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2010
Finalist, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, for novel (Winner TBA) The Mystery of Grace (Tor 2009)
Finalist, Evergreen Award, Ontario Library Association, for novel (Winner TBA in 2011) The Mystery of Grace (Tor 2009)
2009
Finalist, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, for YA novella Dingo (Viking 2008)
2008
2008 New York Public Library book for the teen age Little (Grrl) Lost (Viking 2007)
Kansas State Reading Circle 2008 Recommended Reading List Little (Grrl) Lost (Viking 2007)
2007
Great Lakes Great Books Award (grades 9-12) The Blue Girl (2004)
Finalist, Grand Canyon Reader Award The Blue Girl (2004)
Finalist, British Fantasy Award for Best Novel (The August Derleth Fantasy Award) Widdershins (2006)
2006
2006 White Pine Award, Ontario Library Association Best Canadian young adult fiction The Blue Girl (2004)
Amazon.com Editors' Picks: Top 10 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2006. Number one choice for novel Widdershins (Tor, 2006)
2005
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association/American Library Association The Blue Girl (2004)
2004
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for short fiction A Circle of Cats (Viking 2003)
2003
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for collection Waifs and Strays (Viking 2002)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novella Seven Wild Sisters (Subterranean Press 2002)
Booklist Top 10 Fantasy Books for Youth selected by the American Library Association Waifs and Strays (2002)
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association/American Library Association Seven Wild Sisters (Subterranean Press 2002)
YALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association/American Library Association Jack of Kinrowan (2002 edition)
2002
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novel The Onion Girl (Tor 2001)
2001
Finalist, Nebula Award, for novel Forests of the Heart (Tor 2000)
Finalist, Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature for novel Forests of the Heart (Tor 2000)
2000
World Fantasy Award for Best Collection Moonlight and Vines (1999)
1999
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novel Someplace to be Flying (Tor 1998)
1998
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novel Trader (Tor 1997)
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults selected by the Young Adult Library Services Association/American Library Association Trader (1997)
1997
Prix Ozone for Best Foreign Fantasy Short Story "Timeskip" (translated as "Comme un disque rayé" in Territoires de l'inquiétude 9, Denoel, 1996)
1996
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for collection The Ivory and the Horn (Tor 1995)
1994
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for collection Dreams Underfoot (Tor 1993)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for short story "The Moon is Drowning While I Sleep" (Snow White, Blood Red, AvoNova 1993)
1993
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novel Spiritwalk (Tor 1992)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novella "Paperjack" (Cheap Street 1992)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for short story "Bridges" (Magazine of F&SF, Oct/Nov 1992)
1992
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novel The Little Country (Morrow 1991)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for novella "Our Lady of the Harbour" (Axolotl Press 1991)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, for short story "The Conjure Man" (After the King, Tor 1991)
New York Public Library's Best Books for the Teen Age The Little Country (Morrow 1991)
HOMer Award for Best Fantasy Novel presented by the CompuServe Science Fiction & Fantasy Forum The Little Country (Morrow 1991)
1991
Finalist, Bram Stoker Award, Horror Writers' Association, for novelette "Death Leaves an Echo" (Café Purgatorium, Tor 1991)
Reality 1 Commendations Best Fantasy Author Award (known as the RICkie), presented by TV Ontario's Prisoners Of Gravity
1989
Readercon Small Press Award for Best Short Work "The Drowned Man's Reel" (Triskell Press 1988)
1988
Canadian SF/Fantasy Award (formerly known as the Casper; now called the Aurora) for Best Work in English Jack, the Giant-Killer (Ace 1987)
1984
William L. Crawford Award for Best New Fantasy Author of 1984 presented by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts Moonheart (Ace 1984)
1982
Small Press and Artists Organization Award for Fiction

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