2012: The Edward E. Smith Memorial Award for Imaginative Fiction (the Skylark). Presented by the New England Science Fiction Association to some person, who, in the opinion of the membership, has contributed significantly to science fiction, both through work in the field and by exemplifying the personal qualities which made the late “Doc” Smith well-loved by those who knew him. Given since 1966, previous recipients include Sir Terry Pratchett, George R.R. Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Jane Yolen, and Isaac Asimov. A complete list of Skylark recipients is available here
2011: The Hal Clement Award for Best Young Adult Science Fiction, Finalist. Presented by the Golden Duck Awards for Excellence in Children’s Science Fiction Literature, to Fledgling by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. A complete list of winners may be found here
2006: The Nubella Award. Presented at COSine 3. For a history of this rare and sought-after award, please go here.
2005: The Hal Clement Award for Best Young Adult Science Fiction, Winner. Presented by the Golden Duck Awards for Excellence in Children’s Science Fiction Literature, to Balance of Trade by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. A complete list of winners may be found here
2002: The Prism Award, Futuristic. Presented by the Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal Chapter of the Romance Writers of America for the best novel of Futuristic Romance of the year. Awarded to Scout’s Progress by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. Local Custom by Lee and Miller was named the Number 2 Futuristic Romance of the same year.
2002: RomanticTimes Book Club Reviewers Choice Award for Best Science Fiction Novel of 2002. Awarded by the RomanticTimes Book Club reviewers to Scout’s Progress by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. A complete list of 2002 finalists and winners is available here
GUEST OF HONOR AND SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES
May: ConQuesT 43
January: ChattaCon 37
September: The Great New England Steampunk Exhibition
June: DucKon 19
May: Oasis 23
April: StellarCon 33
April: Penguicon 4.0
May: CONDuit 14: Reloaded
May: BaltiCon 27
February: MarsCon 2003: No One Here is Exactly What He Appears
February: SheVaCon 13
October: AlbaCon 2002
February: SheVaCon 8
November: SiliCon 3.0
AND. . .
Over the years many Lee and Miller books have appeared on bestseller lists at a variety of venues including multiple bookstore lists in the US and overseas, Locus, the Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere.