The Pegasus Awards

Frank Hayes HoF

 

Pegasus Awards

Award Year Category Song
2013 Best Alien Song Little Fuzzy Animals
2005 Best Classic Filk Song Never Set the Cat on Fire
1998 Best Filk Song When I Was A Boy
1994 Best Risque Song Like A Lamb To The Slaughter
1984 Best Parody Twelve Years at Worldcon

Pegasus Nominations

Year

Collaboration

Category Song
2013   Best Alien Song Little Fuzzy Animals
2012   Best Classic Filk Song Little Fuzzy Animals
2011   Best Classic Filk Song Little Fuzzy Animals
2004   Best Classic Filk Song Never Set the Cat on Fire
2001   Best Creature Song Little Fuzzy Animals
2000 w/ Mark Mandel Best Food/Drink Song Little Fuzzy Vegetables
1999   Best Fool Song Never Set the Cat on Fire
1990 w/ Murray Porath and Bill Roper Best Fannish Song Cheap Lawyer & Rebuttal
1989   Best Techie Song

The S-100 Bus

1988   Best Historical Song Mattie Groves
1986   Best Filk Singer, Male  
1986   Best Parody Starship in High Gear
Fantasy writer Mercedes Lackey called him "funny enough to make people fall down on the ground and gasp for breath at first hearing." (Cripes, she DOES make me sound like a disease, doesn't she?) NASA used his voice to wake up space-shuttle astronauts -- twice. Bill Roper described him as "much more fun than Jerry Pournelle." Since his first filksing in 1979, Frank has forgotten more songs than most filkers will ever know. He's also written a few that some people think are unforgettable, including "Never Set the Cat on Fire," "The Grandfather Clock" and "S-100." And he's won Pegasus Awards for "When I Was A Boy" (1998), "Like A Lamb To The Slaughter" (1994) and "Twelve Years at Worldcon" (before you were born) (just look at the top of the page for the proof. Ed.). He writes for the trade newspaper Computerworld and lives in Portland, Oregon, in direct line of sight of an active volcano.

 

 
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