1992 Hugo Award Nominations

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1992 Hugo winners.

Best Novel

Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold (Baen)

Bone Dance by Emma Bull (Ace)

Xenocide by Orson Scott Card (Tor)

All the Weyrs of Pern by Anne McCaffrey (Del Rey, Bantam U.K.)

Stations of the Tide by Michael Swanwick (Morrow), serialized in Asimov's, Mid-December 1990 & January 1991

The Summer Queen by Joan D. Vinge (Warner/Questar)

Best Novella

"And Wild For To Hold" by Nancy Kress Alternate Wars (Bantam Spectra) and Asimov's, July 1991

"Beggars in Spain" by Nancy Kress Asimov's, April 1991 (also published by Axolotl Press)

"The Gallery of His Dreams" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch Asimov's, September 1991 (also published by Axolotl Press)

"Griffin's Egg" by Michael Swanwick (St. Martin's, Legend)

"Jack" by Connie Willis Asimov's, October 1991

Best Novelette

"Gold" by Isaac Asimov, Analog, September 1991

"Dispatches from the Revolution" by Pat Cadigan, Asimov's, July 1991

"Understand" by Ted Chiang, Asimov's, August 1991

"Fin de Cycle" by Howard Waldrop, Night of the Cooters (Ursus Press) and Asimov's, Mid-December 1990

"Miracle" by Connie Willis, Asimov's, December 1991

Best Short Story

"Press Ann" by Terry Bisson, Asimov's, August 1991

"Buffalo" by John Kessel, F&SF, January 1991

"A Walk in the Sun" by Geoffrey A. Landis, Asimov's, October 1991

"One Perfect Morning, With Jackals" by Mike Resnick, Asimov's, March 1991

"Winter Solstice" by Mike Resnick, F&SF, October/November 1991

"Dog's Life" by Martha Soukup, Amazing, March 1991

"In the Late Cretaceous" by Connie Willis, Asimov's, Mid-December 1991

Best Non-Fiction Book

The World of Charles Addams by Charles Addams (Knopf)

Science Fiction: The Early Years by Everett Blieler (Kent State University Press)

The Science Fantasy Publishers: A Critical and Bibliographic History by Jack L. Chalker and Mark Owings, 3rd ed. (Mirage Press)

The Bakery Men Don't See Cookbook by Jeanne Gomoll, Diane Martin et al., (SF3)

Clive Barker's Shadows in Eden by Stephen Jones (Underwood/Miller)

Best Original Artwork

Cover of White Mists of Power by Tom Canty (Roc Fantasy)

Cover of Lunar Descent by Bob Eggleton (Ace)

Cover of Asimov's, January 1991 by Bob Eggleton (illustrating "Stations of the Tide")

Cover of Heavy Time by Don Maitz (Warner/Questar)

Cover of The Summer Queen by Micheal Whelan (Warner/Questar)

Best Dramatic Presentation

The Addams Family (Paramount)

Beauty and the Beast (Disney)

The Rocketeer (Disney)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Paramount)

Terminator 2 (Carolco)

Best Professional Editor

Ellen Datlow

Gardner Dozois

Edward L. Ferman

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Stanley Schmidt

Best Professional Artist

Tom Canty

David Cherry

Bob Eggleton

Don Maitz

Michael Whelan

Best Semiprozine

Interzone (David Pringle, ed.)

Locus (Charles N. Brown, ed.)

New York Review of Science Fiction (David G. Hartwell, Kathryn Kramer, Gordon van Gelder, eds.)

Pulphouse (Dean Wesley Smith, ed.)

Science Fiction Chronicle (Andrew Porter, ed.)

Best Fanzine

File 770 (Mike Glyer, ed.)

FOSFAX (Janice Moore & Timothy Lane, eds.)

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

Mimosa (Dick & Nicki Lynch, eds.)

Trapdoor (Robert Lichtman, ed.)

Best Fan Writer

Avedon Carol

Mike Glyer

Andrew Hooper

Dave Langford

Evelyn Leeper

Harry Warner, Jr.

Best Fan Artist

Brad Foster

Diana Harlan Stein

Teddy Harvia

Peggy Ranson

Stu Shiffman

John W. Campbell Award

Ted Chiang

Barbara Delaplace

Greer Gillman

Laura Resnick

Michelle Sagara

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1991 Hugo nominees.
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