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The Solstice Award, created in 2008, is given at the discretion of the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) president, with the majority approval of the Board of Directors.
The award is for individuals who have had "a significant impact on the science fiction or fantasy landscape, and is particularly intended for those who have consistently made a major, positive difference within the speculative fiction field."
In 2016 the SFWA renamed the award the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award in honor of genre author Kate Wilhelm, a winner of the award in 2009.
|2009||Martin H. Greenberg, Kate Wilhelm, and Algis Budrys (posthumous)|
|2010||Tom Doherty, Donald A. Wollheim (posthumous), and Terri Windling|
|2011||Alice Sheldon/James Tiptree, Jr. (posthumous), and Michael Whelan|
|2012||Octavia Butler (posthumous), and John Clute|
|2013||Carl Sagan (posthumous) and Ginjer Buchanan|
|2014||No awards presented|
|2015||Joanna Russ (posthumous) and Stanley Schmidt|
|2016||Terry Pratchett (posthumous)|
|2017||Peggy Rae Sapienza (posthumous) and Toni Weisskopf|
|2018||Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams|
|2019||Neil Clarke and Nisi Shawl|
|2020||David Gaughran and John Picacio|
|2021||Ben Bova (posthumous), Rachel Caine (posthumous), and Jarvis Sheffield|
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