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1965 - The Genocides made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novel.

1965 - The short story "102 H-Bombs" made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novelette.

1965 - The short story "Come to Venus Melancholy" made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Short Story.

1969 - Camp Concentration was the winner of the Australian Ditmar Award for Best International Long Fiction

1970 - The short story "Asian Shore" made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novelette.

1970 - The short story "The Squirrel Cage" was the recipient of the Japanese Seiun Award for Best Foreign Short Story. The Seiun award is the Japanese equivalent of the Hugo. It was created in 1970, the year Disch won the award.

1972 - Thomas M. Disch was the recipient of the Union League Civic and Arts Poetry Prize. $1.000 prize for poetry published in the preceding two volumes of Poetry magazine.

1974 - 334 made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novel.

1975 - The short story "Getting Into Death" was the recipient of the O. Henry Prize.

1979 - The short story "Xmas" was the recipient of the O. Henry Prize.

1979 - The short story "The Man Who Had No Idea" made the final ballot of the Hugo Award for Best Novelette.

1980 - On Wings of Song was the winner of the John Campbell Memorial Award. The award is voted on by a small committee of academic critics and sf writers. It is administered from the University of Kansas at Lawrence.

1979 - On Wings of Song was one of the finalists for the National Book Award for Fiction. The National Book Awards Ceremony is sponsored by a consortium of book publishing groups whose goal is to enhance the public's awareness of exceptional books written by fellow Americans, and to increase the popularity of reading in general.

1979 - On Wings of Song made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novel.

1980 - On Wings of Song made the final ballot of the Hugo Award for Best Novel.

1980 - On Wings of Song was nominated for the British Science Fiction Award for Best SF Novel.

1981 - On Wings of Song was nominated for the Balrog Award for Best Novel.

1980 - The Brave Little Toaster was the winner of the British Science Fiction Award in the Short Fiction category

1980 - The Brave Little Toaster made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novella.

1981 - The Brave Little Toaster made the final ballot of the Hugo Award for Best Novella.

1981 - The Brave Little Toaster was nominated for the Balrog Award for Best Short Story.

1981 - The poem "On Science Fiction" was the winner (in the "Long Poem Category") of the Rhysling Award for Excellence in Science Fiction / Fantasy Poetry

1982 - Disch's review "The Labor Day Group" (published in F&SF February 1981) was nominated for Australia's William Atheling Award.

1982 - The Brave Little Toaster was the recipient of the Japanese Seiun Award for Best Foreign Short Story.

1982 - The short story "Understanding Human Behavior" made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Novellette.

1984 - Here I Am, There You Are, Where Were We was the Spring 1984 Poetry Book Society Choice in England. Four books per year are chosen for members of the Society by selectors appointed each year by the Society's Board of Management. The choice is always a book of new poems.

1988 - The short story "Voices of the Kill" made the final ballot of the Nebula Award for Best Short Story.

1992 - The M.D. - A Horror Story was nominated for the Horror Writers of America Bram Stoker "Superior Achievement in a Novel" Award.

1994 - Thomas M. Disch was the recipient of the Frederick Bock Prize. $300 prize for poetry published in the preceding two volumes of Poetry magazine.

1994 - 334 was one of the preliminary nominees for the Libertarian Futurist Society Prometheus Hall of Fame Award for Best Classic Libertarian SF Novel.

1995/96 - Thomas M. Disch, the Williams & Mary artist in residence, was made an honorary member of the Golden Key National Honor Society.

1998 - The short story "The First Annual Performance Arts Festival at the Slaughter Rock Battlefield" was nominated for the British Science Fiction Association Best Short Story Award.

1999 - The short story "The First Annual Performance Arts Festival at the Slaughter Rock Battlefield" was one of the winning stories for the Pushcart Prize.

1999 - Thomas M. Disch won the The American Academy of Arts and Letters' Michael Braude Award for Light Verse for the poetry collection A Child's Garden of Grammar. The Michael Braude Award for Light Verse ($5,000) is given by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters to an English-speaking poet of any nation.

1999 - The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of: How Science Fiction Conquered the World won the Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction.

1999 - The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of: How Science Fiction Conquered the World won the Hugo Award for Best Related Book.



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