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NerdHelm (2011)
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Chuck Lipsig (1997)
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Awards & Honours
The Cats of Tanglewood Forest (middle grade novel)
Winner, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, 2014
Outstanding Books of 2013, "starred" designation, Children's Book Committee of Bank Street College
Selected, New York Times Editors' Top Six Notable Children's Books of 2013
Selected, Parents' Choice Awards "approved" novel, 2013
Selected, Kids Indie Next List, American Booksellers Association, 2013
Under My Skin (young adult novel)
Winner, Aurora Award, Canadian SF/Fantasy, 2013
The Painted Boy (young adult novel)
Finalist, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, 2011
Selected, Young Adult Top Forty, Pennsylvania School Library Association, 2011
Nominee, Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association, 2011
The Mystery of Grace (adult novel)
Finalist, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, 2010
Finalist, Evergreen Award, Ontario Library Association, 2010
Dingo (young adult novella)
Finalist, Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, 2009
Little (Grrl) Lost (young adult novel)
Best Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library, 2008
Selected, Recommended Reading List, Kansas State Reading Circle, 2008
Widdershins (adult novel)
First place, Amazon.com Editors' Top 10 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2006
Finalist, British Fantasy Award, 2007
The Blue Girl (young adult novel)
Winner, Great Lakes Great Books Award, 2007
Winner, White Pine Award, Ontario Library Association, 2006
Finalist, Grand Canyon Reader Award, 2007
Selected, YALSA Award, Best Books for Young Adults, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association, 2005
A Circle of Cats (children's picture book)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 2004
Waifs and Strays (young adult collection)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 2003
Seven Wild Sisters (novel)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 2003
Selected, YALSA Award, Best Books for Young Adults, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association, 2003
Jack of Kinrowan (two-novel omnibus)
Selected, YALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association, 2003
The Onion Girl (adult novel)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 2002
Forests of the Heart (adult novel)
Finalist, Nebula Award, 2001
Finalist, Mythopoeic Fantasy Award, 2001
Moonlight and Vines (collection)
Winner, World Fantasy Award, 2000
Someplace to be Flying (adult novel)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1999
Trader (adult novel)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1998
Selected, YALSA Award, Best Books for Young Adults, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association, 1998
Timeskip (short story translated as "Comme un disque rayé")
Winner, Prix Ozone (France), Best Foreign Fantasy Short Story, 1997
The Ivory and the Horn (collection)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1996
Dreams Underfoot (collection)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1994
The Moon is Drowning While I Sleep (short story)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1994
Spiritwalk (omnibus)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1993
Paperjack (novella)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1993
Bridges (short story)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1993
The Little Country (adult novel)
Winner, HOMer Award, Best Fantasy Novel, CompuServe Science Fiction & Fantasy Forum, 1992
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1992
Selected, Best Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library, 1992
Our Lady of the Harbour (novella)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1992
The Conjure Man (short story)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1992
Pity the Monsters (short story)
Finalist, World Fantasy Award, 1992
Death Leaves an Echo (novelette)
Finalist, Bram Stoker Award, Horror Writers Association, 1991
Charles de Lint
Winner, Reality 1 Commendations, Best Fantasy Author Award (the RICkie), presented by TV Ontario's Prisoners of Gravity, 1991
The Drowned Man's Reel (short story)
Winner, Readercon Small Press Award, 1989
Jack, the Giant-killer (adult novel)
Winner, the Casper (renamed the Aurora), Canadian SF/Fantasy Award, 1988
Charles de Lint, for Moonheart (adult novel)
Winner, William L. Crawford Award, International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, Best New Fantasy Author, 1984
Charles de Lint
Winner, Small Press and Artists Organization Award for Fiction, 1982

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