1988 Hugo Award Nominations

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1988 Hugo winners.

Best Novel

The Forge of God by Greg Bear (Tor)

The Uplift War by David Brin (Phantasia Press/Bantam Spectra)

Seventh Son by Orson Scott Card (Tor)

When Gravity Fails by George Alec Effinger (Arbor House/Bantam Spectra)

The Urth of the New Sun by Gene Wolfe (Tor)

Best Novella

"Eye for Eye" by Orson Scott Card (Asimov's Mar 87)

"The Forest of Time" by Michael Flynn (Analog Jun 87)

"The Blind Geometer" by Kim Stanley Robinson (Asimov's Aug 87)

"Mother Goddess of the World" by Kim Stanley Robinson (Asimov's Oct 87)

"The Secret Sharer" by Robert Silverberg (Asimov's Sep 87)

Best Novelette

"Buffalo Gals Won't You Come Out Tonight" by Ursula K. Le Guin (F&SF Nov 87)

"Dream Baby" by Bruce McAllister (In the Field of Fire; Asimov's Oct 87)

"Rachel in Love" by Pat Murphy (Asimov's Apr 87)

"Flowers of Edo" by Bruce Sterling (Asimov's May 87)

"Dinosaurs" by Walter Jon Williams (Asimov's Jun 87)

Best Short Story

"Angel" by Pat Cadigan (Asimov's May 87)

"The Faithful Companion at Forty" by Karen Joy Fowler (Asimov's Jul 87)

"Cassandra's Photographs" by Lisa Goldstein (Asimov's Aug 87)

"Night of the Cooters" by Howard Waldrop (Omni Apr 87)

"Why I Left Harry's All Night Hamburgers" by Lawrence Watt-Evans (Asimov's Jul 87)

"Forever Yours, Anna" by Kate Wilhelm (Omni Jul 87)

Best Non-fiction Book

Anatomy of Wonder, Third Edition by Neal Barron (Bowker)

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror: 1986, Charles N. Brown & William G. Contento (Locus Press)

Imagination: The Art and Technique of David A. Cherry by David A. Cherry (Donning)

The Battle of Brazil: The Authorized Story & Annotated Screenplay of Terry Gilliam's Landmark Film by Jack Matthews (Crown)

Michael Whelan's Works of Wonder by Michael Whelan

Best Dramatic Presentation

Predator (20th Century Fox)

The Princess Bride (20th Century Fox)

Robocop (Orion)

"Encounter at Far Point" (Star Trek - The Next Generation Paramount Television)

The Witches of Eastwick (Warner)

Best Professional Editor

Gardner Dozois

Edward L. Ferman

David G. Hartwell

Stanley Schmidt

Brian Thomsen

Best Professional Artist

David A. Cherry

Bob Eggleton

Tom Kidd

Don Maitz

J. K. Potter

Michael Whelan

Best Semi-prozine

Aboriginal SF (Charles Ryan, ed.)

Interzone (Simon Ounsley, et. al., eds.)

Locus (Charles N. Brown, ed.)

Science Fiction Chronicle (Andrew Porter, ed.)

Thrust (D. Douglas Fratz, ed.)

Best Fanzine

File 770 (Mike Glyer, ed.)

FOSFAX (Timothy Lane, ed.)

Lan's Lantern (George "Lan" Laskowski, ed.)

Mad 3 Party (Leslie Turek, ed.)

Texas SF Inquirer (Pat Mueller, ed.)

Best Fan Writer

Mike Glyer

Arthur Hlavaty

Dave Langford

Guy H. Lillian, III

Leslie Turek

Best Fan Artist

Brad W. Foster

Steve Fox

Teddy Harvia

Merle Insinga

Taral Wayne

Diana Gallagher Wu

Other Forms

Not a Hugo)

The Essential Ellison by Harlan Ellison (Terry Dowling with Richard Delap & Gil Lamont, eds., Nemo Press)

I Robot: The Movie (Screenplay) Harlan Ellison

Watchmen by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons (D.C./Warner)

Wilds Cards Vols. 1-3, George R.R. Martin, editor (Bantam Spectra)

Cvltvre Made Stvpid by Tom Weller (Houghton Mifflin)

John W. Campbell Award

C. S. Friedman

Loren MacGregor

Judith Moffett

Rebecca (Brown) Ore

Martha Soukup

1987 Hugo nominees.
1989 Hugo nominees.