Prix Apollo Winners
"The Prix Apollo, possibly Europe's most prestigious SF award, was founded by
writer, publisher and critic Jacques Sadoul in 1972. Together with a panel of
leading French writers and critics (who have over the years numbered many non-SF
personalities like Alain Robbe-Grillet, Michel Butor, Francois Le Lionnais, Jacques
Bergier as well as Michel Demuth, Rene Barjavel, Francis Lacassin, Michel Lancelot,
the jury select the best SF novel to have appeared in the
French language during the course of the preceding year.
The award was suspended in 1991.
- 1972 -- Isle of the Dead by Roger Zelazny
- 1973 -- Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner
- 1974 -- The Iron Dream by Norman Spinraddn
- 1975 -- The Embedding by Ian Watson
- 1976 -- Nightwings by Robert Silverberg
- 1977 -- Cette Chere Humanite (Brave Old World) by Philippe Curval
- 1978 -- Hellstrom's Hive by Frank Herbert
- 1979 -- Gateway by Frederik Pohl
- 1980 -- The Persistence of Vision by John Varley
- 1981 -- Juniper Time by Kate Wilhelm, Kate
- 1982 -- Symbiote's Crown (The Idiot King) by Scott Baker
- 1983 -- L'Orbe et la Roue by Michel Jeury
- 1984 -- Les Semeurs d'Abime by Serge Brussolo
- 1985 -- The Citadel of the Autarch by Gene Wolfe
- 1986 -- Blood Music by Greg Bear
- 1987 -- The Anubis Gates by Tim Powers
- 1988 -- La Compagnie des Glaces (The Ice Corporation) by G. J. Arnaud
- 1989 -- ???????
- 1990 -- Argentine by Joel Houssin
Apparently from: The SF Book of Lists, Maxim Jakubowski & Malcolm Edwards, 1983, pages 187-188.
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