Clifford Donald Simak (August 3, 1904 - April 25, 1988) was an award-winning American author, chiefly of science-fiction, whose works include novels, short stories works of non-fiction, works of western fiction and war stories.
- The Creator
- Cosmic Engineers
- Time and Again
- Ring Around the Sun
- Time is the Simplest Thing
- The Trouble With Tycho
- They Walked Like Men
- Way Station
- All Flesh Is Grass
- Why Call them Back From Heaven?
- The Werewolf Principle
- The Goblin Reservation
- Out of Their Minds
- Destiny Doll
- A Choice of Gods
- Cemetery World
- Our Children's Children
- Enchanted Pilgrimage
- Shakespeare's Planet
- A Heritage of Stars
- The Fellowship of the Talisman
- The Visitors
- Project Pope
- Where the Evil Dwells
- Special Deliverance
- Highway of Eternity
- International Fantasy Award for Best Fiction Book (1953) for City
- Hugo Award for Best Novelette (1959) for The Big Front Yard
- Hugo Award for Best Novel (1964) for Way Station
- Minnesota Academy of Science Award for Distinguished Service to Science (1967)
- First Fandom Hall of Fame Award (1973)
- Damon Knight Grand Mast Memorial Award (1976)
- Jupiter Award for Best Novel (1978) for A Heritage of Stars
- Hugo Award for Best Short Story (1981) for "Grotto of the Dancing Deer"
- Locus Award for Best Short Story (1981) for "Grotto of the Dancing Deer"
- Analytical Laboratory Award for Best Short Story (1981) for "Grotto of the Dancing Deer"
- Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award (1988)
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