Pat Terry Award
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The Pat Terry Award for Humour in Science Fiction is an Australian award that has been presented overseas.
(The following list may be incomplete.)
|1970||John Sladek, for Mechasm|
|1971||Ron Goulart, for After Things Fell Apart|
|1972||Jack Wodhams, for The Authentic Touch|
|1973||L. Sprague de Camp, for The Fallible Fiend|
|1978||Spider Robinson, for Callahan's Crosstime Saloon|
|1980||Douglas Adams, for The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy|
- "Pat Terry Award presented by Gordon Dickson (to Ron Goulart, accepted by Terry Carr)" in Noreascon I Banquet Speeches (part 2), http://www.mcfi.org/noreascon1/N1OnnaStick.html.
- "Syncon II" report by Bruce Gillespie (1972), in Locus 122, p. 1.
- "The Pat Terry Award for Humour in Science Fiction" section of "The Writing Awards" by Harlan McGhan (1981), in The Science Fiction Reference Book, edited by Marshall B. Tymn, Starmont House, pp. 210-11.
- "Forewords" section of Time Travelers Strictly Cash by Spider Robinson (1981).
- "The Day of the Jackpot", section four of The TransAtlantic Hearing Aid by Dave Langford (1985), http://ansible.co.uk/writing/taha-4.html.
- Thyme (1981).
- "Better Late Than Never - The Boring Awards Column" section of Ansible 29 by Dave Langford (1982). (http://news.ansible.co.uk/a29.html)
- "The 1982 Hugo Awards" section of The WSFA Journal, Volume 6, Number 4, September 1982. (http://www.wsfa.org/journal/j82/9/index.htm)