Insult me, why don'tcha?

It's enough that he critiqued my short story in class (which realistically he was supposed to do) with such pointed terms. I understand that he disliked it, and that's fine by me.

But apparently not having watched the right movies is a crime against nature, and going to school for 9+ years at the post-secondary level without getting a medical degree is stupid… according to him. And I realize that that makes no sense given that he's also seeking an arts degree of some sort, but somehow his comments actually got to me a little.

Now, I'm used to people railing on me periodically for my lack of movie-watching experience. So this isn't unusual. In fact I kind of like it occasionally when people point out my gaps in popular culture knowledge — particularly since this is a field I like to be familiar with: it's a definite field of personal interest and study… so that wasn't the problem exactly.

Essentially, we ('we' refers to a group as large as 12 people who were in this class) began a long discussion about Watchmen, Bladerunner, Clerks, Sunshine, etc. and it came up that I hadn't seen any of these. To which he responded with some jibes and a comment that I HAD to have seen Because of Winn-Dixie because it was so me. And I was kind of insulted by this limited view of me… given what little I know about that movie (having not actually seen it). He insisted that I had to have seen it, and insisted that that was the only kind of movie I could have seen.

Later we were talking about school and someone asked me how long I'd been in university, to which I answered 9 years… and he very loudly insisted that I should quit, even after asking me what the degrees were and all.

Now why this should get to me is beyond me, given that I'm pretty used to people making snarky comments about such things, or otherwise thinking that I'm bizarre or something for taking so much post-secondary education, and I'm pretty secure in my goals and aspirations in this respect, but really somehow it did. Or at least it affected me enough to want to blog about it.

In other news, the fact that I'm a pile of stress lately probably contributes to my reactions. I've been EXTREMELY tired lately (the past couple of days) ever since my weekend (which included much sleep-schedule ridiculousness), and kind of all-over-the-place with regards to getting things done. So while I do have time these days I'm not necessarily using it effectively (or uneffectively for that matter).

Lately people have been remarking on my pseudo-luddite-ish tendancies…

… and much pointing and laughter has ensued. Why?
– I do not own a cell phone. Apparently this is a travesty of immense proportions. Pointing and laughing actually did happen this weekend. Normally it's just the ridiculing, but really this was crazy!
– I do not Twitter. And people were aghast.
– I have not seen a rather large number of movies. This has been pointed out by more than 5 people recently.
– My home phone is corded.
– I love my magazine subscriptions. And am very frustrated right now that one of my two faves is cancelling its print edition and the other sent out a recession issue that was like 4 postcard-sized pages. I realize that it's a paper magazine, but I'm not overly fond of the online editions of magazines as much as I do occasionally visit them.
– I still send real Christmas cards, and real letters via snail mail.
– I like reading books.
– I somehow fit BETA into general conversation (same with VHS).
– I still own VHS, LPs, and cassette tapes.
– I refuse to own a digital watch (see HHGTTG page 1 for my personal favorite page!), my pocket watch is an actual pocket watch, thank you very much.
– I don't actually download songs and movies etc. for the most part. This is why my mp3 collection is less than 200 files.
– I still own floppy disks (although as of this month, they are no longer in use, all the files having been transfered to my computer).
– Oh, did I mention that I don't own a cell phone?

In other news, I'm still somehow awake today after a few days of craziness: Graham's party was a blast, the UAMC concert was amazing (followed by some good BPs shenanigans), and well I got up on time today and worked. I didn't even hit that brick wall of exhaustion. Shortly I will change into formal wear and head off to the CKI mid-winter formal. And somehow I don't even have circles 'neath my eyes.

In other other news: it feels weird to realize that people you're drinkin' with or hanging out with at a bar/lounge are born in the '90s. Thank goodness I spend a good amount of time with people who are my age and over (then again the amount of time I spend with people who are more than twice my age is probably similar to the time I spend with people born in the '90s…).

Not quite a gripe and moan but…

First complaint: why in tarnation does EVERYTHING have to happen at the same time? This summer is getting more and more complicated to plan for and it hasn't even started yet. Heck, spring barely started. People PLEASE stop planning things for the same exact times as other people. Thanks!

Other complaint: Last.fm radio going to be a paid subscriber service only (outside the US, UK and Germany, grr!) starting March 30th. While I have contributed in the past there is no way I'm going to pay 6 Euros a month to continue listening to my tunes, at least not regularly. I'm going to go into serious withdrawal. Gah! What else have I been listening to while online since 2005 anyway? I think I will be in serious need of new mp3s. And listening to my overly tiny selection (I think I'm up to 161 or something tiny like that), my CDs and my radio stations. I also don't have the funds at the moment to start buying up everything in sight (afterall, I'm going to be in school until 2012 at this point… and school's not terribly cheap, and I have this darn tendancy to travel…).

In other news: I'm exhausted. It has been a very long day/week. Tomorrow and the weekend are all about fun (plus work shifts but there's only two of 'em to worry about). I have no idea what particularly will happen but it sounds like sleep will be lacking, and I'll see MANY different faces.

I got in!!

I am going to be a graduate student!!!

That was the best email I could have possibly ever received today!

I'm smiling uncontrollably. I'm laughing. I'm shaking. I'm… whoa…

I need to celebrate. Somehow.

Guess the 25 Movies (from their quotes meme from Cass) [yes I'm procrastinating homework again]

1. Pick 25 of your favorite movies.
2. Go to IMDB.com and find a quote from each movie.
3. Post them in a note for everyone to guess.
4. Bold when someone guesses correctly, and put who guessed it and the movie.
5. NO GOOGLING/using IMDB search functions!

1. Oh my twitchy witchy girl, I think you are so nice, I give you bowls of porridge, and I give you bowls of ice cream, I give you lots of kisses, and I give you lots of hugs, but I never give you sandwiches with bugs, in. Coraline – Devon

2. Dear Lord, we ask that you bless this food to the nourishment of our bodies. And we ask forgiveness, Lord, for the fornication that Mr. Sprock and me committed this morning on this very table. Where the Heart Is – Devon

3. Come on, Luce. We've got to do something with him, he's a sailor on leave! He needs a bar, a brawl, and a brothel!! Across the Universe – Devon

4. What is it with this chick? She have beer-flavored nipples? 10 Things I Hate About You – Cass

5. 2,000 and my advice is to take it. What will you do when you're hungry? Eat the piano? The Pianist – Devon/Cass

6. Maybe it was a dream, you know, a very weird, bizarre, vivid, erotic, wet, detailed dream. Maybe we have malaria. Weird Science – Natalie

7. You rush a miracle man, you get rotten miracles. The Princess Bride – Olwyn

8. You're beyond awesome! You're… be-awesome!

9. This one time, at band camp, I stuck a flute in my pussy. – American Pie – Brendan

10. I'm having a birthday party, but you're not invited, but you can come if you want.

11. I gotta get home for dinner. My wife is slowly poisoning me to death and she gets very angry if I'm late.

12. Some cultures are defined by their relationship to cheese. Benny & Joon – Natalie

13. I can't believe what a bunch of nerds we are. We're looking up money laundering in a dictionary. Office Space – Cass

14. The are the gatekeepers, they are guarding all the doors and holding all the keys – The Matrix – Brendan

15. The first boy I ever kissed ended up in a coma for three weeks. I can still feel him inside my head. It's the same with you. – X-men – Brendan

16. After that my guess is that you will never hear from him again. The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that… he is gone. The Usual Suspects – Devon

17. Now you listen to me, I'm an advertising man, not a red herring. I've got a job, a secretary, a mother, two ex-wives and several bartenders that depend upon me, and I don't intend to disappoint them all by getting myself slightly killed. – North by Northwest – Brendan

18. Please! This is supposed to be a happy occasion. Let's not bicker and argue over who killed who. Monty Python and the Holy Grail – Beth

19. When a man's partner is killed, he's supposed to do something about it. It doesn't make any difference what you thought of him. He was your partner and you're supposed to do something about it. And it happens we're in the detective business. Well, when one of your organization gets killed, it's-it's bad business to let the killer get away with it, bad all around, bad for every detective everywhere. – The Maltese Falcon – Brendan

20. You know, it's proven that second-hand smoke is, uh, carcin-… uh, you know, cancer related. Fargo – Beth

21. Along the way you bump into people who make a dent on your life. Some people get struck by lightning. Some are born to sit by a river. Some have an ear for music. Some are artists. Some swim the English Channel. Some know buttons. Some know Shakespeare. Some are mothers. And some people can dance. – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – Brendan

22. A building is a symbol, as is the act of destroying it. Symbols are given power by people. A symbol, in and of itself is powerless, but with enough people behind it, blowing up a building can change the world. – V for Vendetta – Brendan

23. The women… The women prefer the traditional monsters. Ed Wood – Natalie

24. You poor simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me, *me*! The Mistress of All Evil! Well, here's your precious princess! – Sleeping Beauty – Brendan

25. Nothing. No matches on prints, DNA, dental. Clothing is custom, no labels. Nothing in his pockets but knives and lint. No name, no other alias. The Dark Knight – Brendan

Firsts meme (from Devon)

1. Who was your FIRST prom date? n/a
2. Who was your first kiss? Technically I think we were playing a board game called Post Office (which does actually exist). No I don't remember his name.
3. What was your 1st alcoholic drink? Full drink: champagne. I had probably tasted beer or wine before that point though.
4. What was your FIRST job? babysitting
5. What was your FIRST car? n/a
6. Who was the FIRST person to text you today? n/a
7. Who is the FIRST person you thought of this morning? Mandi
8. Who was your FIRST grade teacher? She was from Quebec and got homesick after teaching in Alberta for one year, so she returned to Quebec… and later sent us postcards.
9. Where did you go on your FIRST ride on an airplane? Quebec City
10. Who was your FIRST best friend & do you still talk? Megan, and no, we've lost touch.
11. Where was your FIRST sleep over? Probably Megan.
12. Who was the FIRST person you talked to today? Uhh… Mandi?
13. Whose wedding were you in the FIRST time? I've never been in a wedding party. The first wedding I attended was my youngest aunt's.
14. What was the FIRST thing you did this morning? dreamed then woke up!
15. What was the FIRST concert you ever went to? Significant one? Savage Garden
16. FIRST tattoo? n/a
17. FIRST piercing? n/a
18. FIRST foreign country you've been to? United States of America
19. FIRST movie you remember seeing? Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
20. When was your FIRST detention? I don't actually recall any detention, though the fact that I told the teacher about the threatening note in my desk did result in the whole class staying after school once. *sighs*
21. What was the FIRST province you lived in? BC
22. Who was your FIRST roommate? Kim
23. If you had one wish? True love a la Princess Bride would be nice… either that or the ability to be in more than one place simultaneously a la Harry Potter.
24. What is something you would learn if you had the chance? How to be a stronger/better person!
25. What was your FIRST word? No. (shortly followed by More I am told)

One Artist meme from Aaron (still semi-procrastinating, but yes, getting work done…)

Aaron challenged me to the One Artist Meme.

Using song names from only ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer these questions.
(You are also exhorted to pass it on to 10 people and include me!, but use your own judgement.)

Pick your artist: The Be Good Tanyas

Are you male or female? The Littlest Birds
Describe yourself: Human Thing
How do you feel about yourself? Crow Waltz
Describe where you currently live: Ship out on the sea
If you could go anywhere, where would you go? For the turnstiles
Your best friends are: Scattered leaves
Your favourite colour is: Lonesome blues
You know: what are they doing in heaven today
What's the weather like? rain and snow
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called? only in the past
What is life to you? broken telephone
What is the best advice you have to give? don't you fall
If you could change your name, what would it be? oh susanna
Your favourite food is: reuben

50 things meme from Ariel (why yes, I do have homework I'm procrastinating…)

50 things u have never been asked…Share

1, What color is your toothbrush? fushia/purple and white
2, Name one person who made you smile today: Basil
3, What were you doing at 8 am this morning: Sleeping
4, What were you doing 45 minutes ago? catching up on various online enjoyments
5, What is your favorite candy bar? Crispy Crunch
6, Have you ever been to a strip club? Nope.
7, What is the last thing you said aloud? Bye!
8. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Gosh there are too many good ones! Maple is up there… especially at Marble slab with raspberries mixed in, hot caramel on top and served in a waffle bowl! 😉
9, What was the last thing you had to drink? Misoshiru (miso soup)
10, Do you like your wallet? It's practical, so yes!
11, What was the last thing you ate? Misoshiru, cheese, Mundare sausage, cottage cheese with grapes, currently making a grilled Nutella sandwich (yes, I'm grazing)
12, Have you bought any new clothing items this week? Just new work shoes (which I'm not wearing yet, but soon!
13, The last sporting event you watched? I don't remember
14, What is your favorite flavor of popcorn? Kettle corn!
15, Who is the last person you sent a text message to? I've never done this!
16, Ever go camping? Of course!
17, Do you take vitamins daily? Yes.
18, Do you go to church every Sunday? Nope
19, Do you have a tan? I try not to tan (though it happens)
20 ,Do you prefer Chinese food over pizza? Depends on the Chinese food and the pizza!
21, Do you drink your soda with a straw? Not usually… though when served with a straw at a restaurant/bar, I'll drink it with one. Provided the straw isn't irreparably broken (grr!)
22, What did your last text message say? I don't have one
23, What are you doing tomorrow? Working, then online stuff/homework/writing!!
25, Look to your left, what do you see? My agenda book and my purse
26, What color is your watch? It is a silver pocket watch
27, What do you think of when you hear Australia? Six White Boomers! 😉
29, Do you go in at a fast food place or just hit the drive thru? Neither usually.
30. What is your favorite number? 14
31, Who's the last person you talked to on the phone? Uh… I don't know actually.
32, Any plans today? At this point homework and sleep.
33, How many states have you lived in? 0
34, Biggest annoyance right now? Time is finite.
35, Last song listened to? Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie — The System Administrator Song
36,Can you say the alphabet backwards? the alphabet backwards j/k. Yes, actually I can.
37, Do you have a maid service clean your house? No. (what a luxury!)
38, Favorite pair of shoes you wear all the time? Sketchers (shoes) or my boots (boots) or…
39, Are you jealous of anyone? yes, of course.
40, Is anyone jealous of you? Probably although I have no idea who.
41, Do you love anyone? My family and friends!
42, Do any of your friends have children? Why of course.
43, What do you usually do during the day? Depends on the day.
44, Do you hate anyone that you know right now? Hate is a rather strong word.
45, Do you use the word 'hello' daily? Certainly.
46, What color is your car? I don't have one
47, Do you like cats? yes.
48. Are you thinking about someone right now? Why wouldn't I be?
49, Have you ever been to Six Flags? Yes, in Montreal
50, If you could do anything right now what would it be? I think it's nearly bedtime.

Disney Princesses meme from Kristen


Cinderella:
[] One of your parents is dead
[x] You are expected to do a lot of chores
[x]You love to dress up
[x]You love animals
[x]You are waiting patiently for your Prince Charming
[] Your mom is really strict
[] You have sisters who seem kind of jealous of you
[x]YouΓÇÖre afraid to speak your mind sometimes
[]You have left your shoes at a friendΓÇÖs house before
[] You have blonde hair
TOTAL: 5

Belle:
[x]YouΓÇÖve kissed someone your friends didnΓÇÖt like
[ ]YouΓÇÖve been lost in the forest
[x]You love to read
[] You are not shy at all, and not afraid to speak your mind
[x]One of your family members is a bit weird
[x]You have done volunteer work
[x]You have a wild imagination
[x]You love to take care of people in need
[x]YouΓÇÖve had guys like you only because they think youΓÇÖre pretty
[x]YouΓÇÖve rejected at least one person when theyΓÇÖve asked you out
TOTAL: 8

Jasmine:
[] Your dad is very rich/important
[x]You are very clever
[x]YouΓÇÖve been with someone way different from you
[x]YouΓÇÖre unique and different from everyone else
[x]YouΓÇÖd never marry someone just because they were rich
[x]You have set a lot of goals for yourself
[] You donΓÇÖt have a lot of friends
[x]YouΓÇÖre independent
[ ] You are wealthy
[] Your parents try to control your life
TOTAL: 6

Ariel
[x]Your parents expect a lot from you
[]You really try to follow the rules, but itΓÇÖs hard for you
[]YouΓÇÖre a bit of a trouble maker
[] YouΓÇÖre the youngest in your family or in the last 2
[]You have a lot of sisters (3 or more)
[x]You collect something
[x]You have/had long, hair
[]You have/had a pet fish
[x]YouΓÇÖre extremely curious
[] You believe everything people tell you/youΓÇÖre a bit gullible
TOTAL: 4

Snow White
[ ]You know that youΓÇÖre beautiful
[] Sometimes it seems like your mom is jealous of you
[]YouΓÇÖve almost been killed
[x]You have at least seven good friends
[x]YouΓÇÖve had food poisoning
[x]You have/had short hair
[x]You get along with almost everyone
[x]All of your friends are different
[x]You love to have a good time
[x]YouΓÇÖre happier when youΓÇÖre out of the house than in
TOTAL: 7

Mulan
[x]You can be a tomboy sometimes.
[x] People wish you could be a bit more girly
[x]YouΓÇÖve pretended to be someone youΓÇÖre not
[x] YouΓÇÖve had a physical fight with someone
[]You have/had considered running away from home
[] Your parents try to plan your life out
[x]A lot of your friends are boys
[x]You sometimes find yourself in bad situations
[] You love your family so much that youΓÇÖd do anything to protect them
TOTAL: 6

Aurora;
[x] You live/have lived with someone other than your parents
[] You almost died at a very young age
[x]You are gentle, loving, and/or thoughtful
[]You have a decent singing voice
[]You like to sleep in late on the weekends
[ ]You spend most of your time outside
[] YouΓÇÖre adopted
[]YouΓÇÖre very romantic
[] Pink is one of your favorite colors
TOTAL: 2

Pocahontas;
[x]You love to walk around and explore big cities
[x]You are more spiritual than religious
[x] YouΓÇÖve been in an interracial relationship
[x]One of your family members is dead (mom, dad, sister, brother, grandma, grandpa)
[]Your parents are very protective of you
[x]Someone you know has been in war
[x]You love nature
[x]You have/had black hair
[]You would love to move somewhere exotic and beautiful
[x]YouΓÇÖre very adventurous
TOTAL: 8

Take the princess’s name that you got the most in and repost…if you have more than 1, play eeney meaney myney moe with them until you get an answer and…
Repost this as, If I were a Disney Princess, IΓÇÖd be _____
or not.

SF Books read (from Aaron)

This meme is from Aaron. And it indicates that I really haven't been reading enough Sci Fi lately… then again, a bunch of these are on my hope-to-read-eventually list… and many are favorite authors…:

Since I'm tired of the BBC trying to tell us what we should have read (only some of which I agree with), I thought I'd come up with something geared a little more for my people, the science fiction and fantasy reading community. ( ) As a start, at least, I'm going to go through the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy award winners, with a bonus section for the Auroras. Mark each one with x in a handy parentheses. (If you want, you can also indicate your opinion of a particular book with +'s or -'s.)

1. ( ) Alfred Bester:The Demolished Man (H1953)
2. ( ) Mark Clifton & Frank Riley:They'd Rather Be Right (a.k.a. The Forever Machine) (H1955)
3. ( ) Robert A. Heinlein:Double Star (H1956)
4. ( ) Fritz Leiber:The Big Time (H1958)
5. ( ) James Blish:A Case of Conscience (H1959)
6. ( ) Robert A. Heinlein:Starship Troopers (H1960)
7. ( ) Walter M. Miller, Jr.:A Canticle For Leibowitz (H1961)
8. ( ) Robert A. Heinlein:Stranger In A Strange Land (H1962)
9. (x+) Philip K. Dick:The Man In The High Castle (H1963)
10. ( ) Clifford D. Simak:Way Station (a.k.a. Here Gather The Stars) (H1964)
11. ( ) Fritz Leiber:The Wanderer (H1965)
12. ( ) Frank Herbert:Dune (H1966, N1965)
13. ( ) Roger Zelazny:This Immortal (a.k.a. …And Call Me Conrad) (H1966)
14. ( ) Robert A. Heinlein:The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress (H1967)
15. ( ) Roger Zelazny:Lord of Light (H1968)
16. ( ) John Brunner:Stand On Zanzibar (H1969)
17. (x) Ursula K. Le Guin:The Left Hand of Darkness (H1970, N1969)
18. ( ) Larry Niven:Ringworld (H1971, N1970)
19. ( ) Philip José Farmer:To Your Scattered Bodies Go (H1972)
20. ( ) Isaac Asimov:The Gods Themselves (H1973, N1972)
21. ( ) Arthur C. Clarke:Rendezvous With Rama (H1974, N1973)
22. (x) Ursula K. Le Guin:The Dispossessed (H1975, N1974)
23. ( ) Joe Haldeman:The Forever War (H1976, N1975)
24. ( ) Kate Wilhelm:Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang (H1977)
25. ( ) Frederik Pohl:Gateway (H1978, N1977)
26. ( ) Vonda McIntyre:Dreamsnake (H1979, N1978)
27. ( ) Arthur C. Clarke:The Fountains of Paradise (H1980, N1979)
28. ( ) Joan D. Vinge:The Snow Queen (H1981)
29. ( ) C.J. Cherryh:Downbelow Station (H1982)
30. ( ) Isaac Asimov:Foundation's Edge (H1983)
31. ( ) David Brin:Startide Rising (H1984, N1983)
32. ( ) William Gibson:Neuromancer (H1985, N1984)
33. ( ) Orson Scott Card:Ender's Game (H1986, N1985)
34. ( ) Orson Scott Card:Speaker For The Dead (H1987, N1986)
35. ( ) David Brin:The Uplift War (H1988)
36. ( ) C.J. Cherryh:Cyteen (H1989)
37. ( ) Dan Simmons:Hyperion (H1990)
38. ( ) Lois McMaster Bujold:The Vor Game (H1991)
39. ( ) Lois McMaster Bujold:Barrayar (H1992)
40. ( ) Vernor Vinge:A Fire Upon The Deep (H1993)
41. ( ) Connie Willis:Doomsday Book (H1993, N1992)
42. ( ) Kim Stanley Robinson:Green Mars (H1994)
43. ( ) Lois McMaster Bujold:Mirror Dance (H1995)
44. ( ) Neal Stephenson:The Diamond Age (H1996)
45. ( ) Kim Stanley Robinson:Blue Mars (H1997)
46. ( ) Joe Haldeman:Forever Peace (H1998, N1998)
47. ( ) Connie Willis:To Say Nothing of The Dog (H1999)
48. ( ) Vernor Vinge:A Deepness In The Sky (H2000)
49. (x+) J.K. Rowling:Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire (H2001)
50. (x+) Neil Gaiman:American Gods (H2002, N2002)
51. ( ) Robert J. Sawyer:Hominids (H2003)
52. ( ) Lois McMaster Bujold:Paladin of Souls (H2004, N2004)
53. ( ) Susanna Clarke:Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell (H2005, F2005)
54. ( ) Robert Charles Wilson:Spin (H2006)
55. ( ) Vernor Vinge:Rainbows End (H2007)
56. ( ) Michael Chabon:The Yiddish Policemen's Union (H2008, N2007)
57. ( ) Samuel R. Delany:Babel-17 (N1966)
58. ( ) Daniel Keyes:Flowers For Algernon (N1966)
59. ( ) Samuel R. Delany:The Einstein Intersection (N1967)
60. ( ) Alexei Panshin:Rite of Passage (N1968)
61. ( ) Robert Silverberg:A Time of Changes (N1971)
62. ( ) Frederik Pohl:Man Plus (N1976)
63. ( ) Gregory Benford:Timescape (N1980)
64. ( ) Gene Wolfe:The Claw of The Conciliator (N1981)
65. ( ) Michael Bishop:No Enemy But Time (N1982)
66. ( ) Pat Murphy:The Falling Woman (N1987)
67. ( ) Lois McMaster Bujold:Falling Free (N1988)
68. ( ) Elizabeth Ann Scarborough:The Healer's War (N1989)
69. ( ) Ursula K. Le Guin:Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea (N1990)
70. ( ) Michael Swanwick:Stations of The Tide (N1991)
71. ( ) Kim Stanley Robinson:Red Mars (N1993)
72. ( ) Greg Bear:Moving Mars (N1994)
73. ( ) Robert J. Sawyer:The Terminal Experiment (N1995, A1996)
74. ( ) Nicola Griffith:Slow River (N1996)
75. ( ) Vonda McIntyre:The Moon And The Sun (N1997)
76. ( ) Octavia E. Butler:Parable of The Talents (N1999)
77. ( ) Greg Bear:Darwin's Radio (N2000)
78. ( ) Catherine Asaro:The Quantum Rose (N2001)
79. ( ) Elizabeth Moon:The Speed of Dark (N2003)
80. ( ) Joe Haldeman:Camouflage (N2005)
81. ( ) Jack McDevitt:Seeker (N2006)
82. ( ) Patricia A. McKillip:The Forgotten Beasts of Eld (F1975)
83. ( ) Richard Matheson:Bid Time Return (F1976)
84. ( ) William Kotzwinkle:Doctor Rat (F1977)
85. ( ) Fritz Leiber:Our Lady of Darkness (F1978)
86. ( ) Michael Moorcock:Gloriana (F1979)
87. ( ) Elizabeth A. Lynn:Watchtower (F1980)
88. ( ) Gene Wolfe:The Shadow of The Torturer (F1981)
89. ( ) John Crowley:Little, Big (F1982)
90. ( ) Michael Shea:Nifft The Lean (F1983)
91. ( ) John M. Ford:The Dragon Waiting (F1984)
92. ( ) Robert Holdstock:Mythago Wood (F1985)
93. ( ) Barry Hughart:Bridge of Birds (F1985)
94. ( ) Dan Simmons:Song of Kali (F1986)
95. ( ) Patrick Suskind:Perfume (F1987)
96. ( ) Ken Grimwood:Replay (F1988)
97. ( ) Peter Straub:Koko (F1989)
98. ( ) Jack Vance:Lyonesse: Madouc (F1990)
99. ( ) James Morrow:Only Begotten Daughter (F1991)
100. ( ) Robert R. McCammon:Boy's Life (F1992)
101. ( ) Tim Powers:Last Call (F1993)
102. ( ) Lewis Shiner:Glimpses (F1994)
103. ( ) James Morrow:Towing Jehovah (F1995)
104. ( ) Christopher Priest:The Prestige (F1996)
105. ( ) Rachel Pollack:Godmother Night (F1997)
106. ( ) Jeffrey Ford:The Physiognomy (F1998)
107. ( ) Louise Erdrich:The Antelope Wife (F1999)
108. ( ) Martin Scott:Thraxas (F2000)
109. ( ) Tim Powers:Declare (F2001)
110. ( ) Sean Stewart:Galveston (F2001)
111. ( ) Ursula K. Le Guin:The Other Wind (F2002)
112. ( ) Graham Joyce:The Facts of Life (F2003)
113. ( ) Patricia A. McKillip:Ombria In Shadow (F2003)
114. ( ) Jo Walton:Tooth And Claw (F2004)
115. ( ) Haruki Murakami:Kafka On The Shore (F2006)
116. ( ) Gene Wolfe:Soldier of Sidon (F2007)
117. ( ) Guy Gavriel Kay:Ysabel (F2008)
118. ( ) Eileen Kernaghan:Songs From The Drowned Lands (A1985)
119. ( ) Guy Gavriel Kay:The Wandering Fire (A1987)
120. ( ) Charles De Lint:Jack The Giant Killer (A1988)
121. ( ) William Gibson:Mona Lisa Overdrive (A1989)
122. ( ) Dave Duncan:West of January (A1990)
123. ( ) Guy Gavriel Kay:Tigana (A1991)
124. ( ) Robert J. Sawyer:Golden Fleece (A1992)
125. ( ) Sean Stewart:Passion Play (A1993)
126. ( ) Sean Stewart:Nobody's Son (A1994)
127. ( ) William Gibson:Virtual Light (A1995)
128. ( ) Robert J. Sawyer:Starplex (A1997)
129. ( ) Candas Jane Dorsey:Black Wine (A1998)
130. ( ) Robert Charles Wilson:Darwinia (A1999)
131. (x+) Robert J. Sawyer:Flashforward (A2000)
132. ( ) Eileen Kernaghan:The Snow Queen (A2001)
133. ( ) Julie E. Czerneda:In The Company of Others (A2002)
134. ( ) Karl Schroeder:Permanence (A2003)
135. ( ) Robert Charles Wilson:Blind Lake (A2004)
136. ( ) Edo van Belkom:Wolf Pack (A2005)
137. ( ) Karin Lowachee:Cagebird (A2006)
138. ( ) Dave Duncan:Children of Chaos (A2007)
139. ( ) Nalo Hopkinson:The New Moon's Arms (A2008)

H = Hugo Award for Best Novel
N = Nebula Award for Best Novel
F = World Fantasy Award for Best Novel
A = Aurora Award for Best Long-Form Work in English (or equivalent)