Raymond Z. Gallun Award
An award presented by the annual Northeast convention I-CON beginning in 1987, the Gallun Award (originally the I-CON Lifetime Achievement Award), is for "outstanding contributions to the genre of science fiction." Possibly moribund.
The award is named for SF author Raymond Z. Gallun.
|1987||Donald A. Wollheim|
|1988||Lloyd Arthur Eshbach|
|1991||David A. Kyle|
|1993||L. Sprague de Camp & Catherine Crook de Camp|
|1995||Forrest J Ackerman|
|1996||Damon Knight & Kate Wilhelm|
|1997||Julius Schwartz & Harlan Ellison|
|2001||Arthur C. Clarke|
|Raymond Z. Gallun Award|
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