Robert A. Heinlein

Robert A. Heinlein

Robert A. Heinlein

United StatesmaleCancerReceived 10 or more awards related with Fantasy, Horror and SciFi worksOutstanding novelist

Robert A. Heinlein was a 80 years old (at his death) american novelist best known for the novel Starship Troopers published in 1959, the novel The Number of the Beast published in 1980 and the novel The Cat Who Walks Through Walls published in 1985 but above all, to crown his career, to have, in 2003 an award named after him (Robert A. Heinlein Award). He was born on Sunday, July 07, 1907 (he was Cancer) in Butler, Missouri in the U.S. and died from heart failure on Sunday, May 08, 1988 in Carmel, California in the U.S..

During his impressive career, Robert A. Heinlein has received no fewer than 14 awards related with SciFi, Horror and Fantasy works as you can see below:

usDamon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award :
- 1974, Lifetime achievement award given to Robert A. Heinlein .

usHugo Award :
- 1956, Best Novel given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Double Star.
- 1960, Best Novel given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Starship Troopers.
- 1962, Best Novel given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Stranger in a Strange Land.
- 1967, Best Novel given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress.
- 2001, Best Novel (Retro Hugo) given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Farmer in the Sky.

usLocus Award :
- 1985, Best Fantasy Novel given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Job: A Comedy of Justice.

usPrometheus Award :
- 1983, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress.
- 1987, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Stranger in a Strange Land.
- 1996, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Red Planet.
- 1997, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Methuselah's Children.
- 1998, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel Time Enough for Love.
- 2003, Hall of Fame Award given to Robert A. Heinlein for the short story Requiem.

jpSeiun Award :
- 1978, Best Foreign Language Novel of the Year given to Robert A. Heinlein for the novel I Will Fear No Evil.

Selected Bibliography related to Fantasy, SciFi & Horror :

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To Sail Beyond the Sunset Novel novelist
1988
The Cat Who Walks Through Walls Novel novelist
1985
Job: A Comedy of Justice Novel novelist
1984
The Number of the Beast Novel novelist
1980
Time Enough for Love Novel novelist
1973
I Will Fear No Evil Novel novelist
1970
Stranger in a Strange Land Novel novelist
1961
Starship Troopers Novel novelist
1959
Methuselah's Children Novel novelist
1958
Double Star Novel novelist
1956
Farmer in the Sky Novel novelist
1953
Red Planet Novel novelist
1949
Requiem Short Story novelist
1940

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