Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick

United StatesmaleSagittariusReceived between 3 and 5 awards related with Fantasy, Horror and SciFi worksOutstanding novelist

Philip K. Dick was a 53 years old (at his death) american novelist best known for the novel Second Variety published in 1953, the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? published in 1968 and the novel A Scanner Darkly published in 1977 but above all, to crown his career, to have, in 1983 an award named after him (Philip K. Dick Award). He was born on Sunday, December 16, 1928 (he was Sagittarius) in Chicago, Illinois in the U.S. and died on Tuesday, March 02, 1982 in Santa Ana, California in the U.S..

During his impressive career, Philip K. Dick has received 4 awards related with SciFi, Horror and Fantasy works as you can see below:

gbBSFA Award :
- 1978, Best Novel given to Philip K. Dick for the novel A Scanner Darkly.

frGraoully d'or :
- 1979, Laureate given to Philip K. Dick for the novel A Scanner Darkly.

usHugo Award :
- 1963, Best Novel given to Philip K. Dick for the novel The Man in the High Castle.

usJohn W. Campbell Memorial Award :
- 1975, Best Novel given to Philip K. Dick for the novel Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said.

Selected Bibliography related to Fantasy, SciFi & Horror :

(12)
A Scanner Darkly Novel novelist
1977
Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said Novel novelist
1974
Ubik Novel novelist
1969
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Novel novelist
1968
We Can Remember It for You Wholesale Novel novelist
1966
Martian Time-Slip Novel novelist
1964
The Man in the High Castle Novel novelist
1962
The Minority Report Short Story novelist
1956
The Golden Man Short Story novelist
1954
Impostor Short Story novelist
1953
Paycheck Short Story novelist
1953
Second Variety Novel novelist
1953

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