1993 Hugo Award Nominations

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1993 Hugo winners.

Best Novel

China Mountain Zhang by Maureen McHugh (Tor)

Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson (Bantam Spectra)

Steel Beach by John Varley (Ace/Putnam)

A Fire Upon the Deep by Vernor Vinge (Tor)

Doomsday Book by Connie Willis (Bantam)

Best Novella

"Uh-Oh City," by Jonathan Carroll (F&SF June 1992)

"The Territory" by Bradley Denton (F&SF July 1992)

"Protection" by Maureen McHugh (Asimov's Apr 1992)

"Stopping at Slowyear" by Frederik Pohl (Axolotl/Pulphouse, Bantam

"Barnacle Bill the Spacer" by Lucius Shepard (Asimov's July 1992)

Best Novelette

"True Faces" by Pat Cadigan (F&SF Apr 1992)

"The Nutcracker Coup" by Janet Kagan (Asimov's Dec 1992)

"In the Stone House" by Barry N. Malzberg (Alternate Kennedys)

"Danny Goes to Mars" by Pamela Sargent (Asimov's Oct 1992)

"Suppose They Gave a Peace..." by Susan Shwartz (Alternate Presidents)

Best Short Story

"The Winterberry" by Nicholas A. DiChario (Alternate Kennedys)

"The Mountain to Mohammed" by Nancy Kress (Asimov's Apr 1992)

"The Lotus and the Spear" by Mike Resnick (Asimov's Aug 1992)

"The Arbitrary Placement of Walls" by Martha Soukup (Asimov's Apr 1992)

"Even the Queen" by Connie Willis (Asimov's Apr 1992)

Best Non-fiction Book

Enterprising Women: Television Fandom and the Creation of Popular Myth by Camille Bacon-Smith (University of PA Press)

The Costumemaker's Art edited by Thom Boswell (Lark)

Virgil Finlay's Women of the Ages by Virgil Finlay (Underwood-Miller)

Monad Number Two edited by Damon Knight (Pulphouse)

Let's Hear It For The Deaf Man by Dave Langford (NESFA Press)

A Wealth of Fable: An Informal History of Science Fiction Fandom in the 1950s by Harry Warner Jr. (SCIFI)

Best Dramatic Presentation

Aladdin (Walt Disney Pictures)

Alien 3 (20th Century Fox)

Batman Returns (Warner Brothers)

Bram Stoker's Dracula (Columbia Pictures)

"The Inner Light" (Star Trek: The Next Generation) (Paramount Television)

Best Professional Editor

Ellen Datlow (Omni, various anthologies)

Gardner Dozois (Asimov's, various anthologies)

Beth Meacham (Tor)

Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Pulphouse, F&SF)

Stanley Schmidt (Analog)

Best Professional Artist

Thomas Canty

David A. Cherry

Bob Eggleton

James Gurney

Don Maitz

Original Artwork

Cover of Aristoi by Jim Burns (book by Walter Jon Williams) (Tor)

Dinotopia by James Gurney (Turner)

Cover of F&SF, Oct-Nov, illustrating "Bridges" by Ron Walotsky (story by Charles de Lint)

Cover of Illusion by Michael Whelan (book by Paula Volsky) (Bantam)

Cover of Asimov's, Nov by Michael Whelan

Best Semiprozine

Interzone (David Pringle, ed.)

Locus (Charles N. Brown, ed.)

The New York Review of Science Fiction (David G. Hartwell, Donald G. Keller, Robert K. J. Kilheffer, and Gordon Van Gelder, eds.)

Pulphouse (Dean Wesley Smith, ed.)

Science Fiction Chronicle (Andrew Porter, ed.)

Best Fanzine

File 770 (Mike Glyer, ed.)

FOSFAX (Timothy Lane & Janice Moore, eds.)

Lan's Lantern (George J. Laskowski, Jr., ed.)

Mimosa (Dick and Nicki Lynch, eds.)

Stet (Leah Smith, ed.)

Best Fan Writer

Mike Glyer

Andy Hooper

Dave Langford

Evelyn C. Leeper

Harry Warner, Jr.

Best Fan Artist

Teddy Harvia

Merle Insinga

Linda Michaels

Peggy Ransom

Stu Shiffman

Diana Harlan Stein

John W. Campbell Award

Sponsored by Dell Magazines

Barbara Delaplace 2

Nicholas A. DiChario 2

Holly Lisle 1

Laura Resnick 2

Carrie Richerson 1

Michelle Sagara 2

1 - first year of eligibility
2 - second and final year of eligibility

1992 Hugo nominees.
1994 Hugo nominees.