Established in 1986, the Arthur C Clarke Award is given annually for the best science fiction novel published in the UK the previous year.
The award began with a grant from Arthur C Clarke himself, with the aim of promoting science fiction. It is currently administered by the Serendip Foundation.
Winners are chosen from a shortlist by a panel of judges who include of critics, fans and writers.
Presented here is a complete list of all the award winners and nominations, with winners listed next to the date and nominees below.
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