Science Fiction Hall of Fame

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Founded in 1996, the Science Fiction Hall of Fame was relocated from the Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction at the University of Kansas to its permanent home at EMP in 2004.

EMP is "a leading-edge, nonprofit museum, dedicated to the ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture." It is located in Seattle, Washington.

Hall of Fame nominations are submitted by EMP members. The final inductees are chosen by a panel of award-winning SF and fantasy authors, artists, editors, publishers, and film professionals.

The name is now the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.

The first inductees (in 1996) were Jack Williamson; A. E. van Vogt; John W. Campbell, Jr.; Hugo Gernsback.



Award Reasonator Search 1996
Also involved: Alfred Bester - Andre Norton - Anne McCaffrey - Betty Ballantine - C. L. Moore - Center for the Study of Science Fiction - Connie Willis - E. E. Smith - Ed Emshwiller - Edward L. Ferman - Gardner Dozois - Gene Roddenberry - Gene Wolfe - George Lucas - Gordon R. Dickson - Hal Clement - Harlan Ellison - Harry Harrison - Ian Ballantine - James Tiptree, Jr. - Joe Haldeman - Kate Wilhelm - Michael Whelan - Philip K. Dick - Richard Matheson - Richard Powers - Robin Wayne Bailey - Roger Zelazny - Samuel R. Delany
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