1994 Hugo Award Nominations

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1994 Hugo winners.

Best Novel

Moving Mars by Greg Bear (Tor)

Glory Season by David Brin (Bantam Spectra)

Virtual Light by William Gibson (Bantam Spectra)

Beggars in Spain by Nancy Kress (Morrow AvoNova)

Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson (HarperCollins UK; Bantam Spectra US)

Best Novella

"The Night We Buried Road Dog" by Jack Cady (F&SF, January 1993)

"Mefisto in Onyx" by Harlan Ellison (Omni, October 1993)

"An American Childhood" by Pat Murphy (Asimov's, April 1993)

"Into the Miranda Rift" by G. David Nordley (Analog, July 1993)

"Down in the Bottomlands" by Harry Turtledove (Analog, January 1993)

"Wall, Stone, Craft" by Walter Jon Williams (F&SF, October/November 1993

Best Novelette

"The Shadow Knows" by Terry Bisson (Asimov's, September 1993)

"The Franchise" by John Kessel (Asimov's, August 1993)

"Dancing on Air" by Nancy Kress (Asimov's, July 1993)

"Georgia on My Mind" by Charles Sheffield (Analog, January 1993)

"Deep Eddy" by Bruce Sterling (Asimov's, August 1993)

Best Short Story

"England Underway" by Terry Bisson (Omni, July 1993)

"The Good Pup" by Bridget McKenna (F&SF, March 1993)

"Mwalimu in the Squared Circle" by Mike Resnick (Asimov's, March 1993)

"The Story So Far" by Martha Soukup (Full Spectrum 4, Bantam Spectra)

"Death on the Nile" by Connie Willis (Asimov's, March 1993)

Best Non-fiction Book

Once Around the Bloch: An Unauthorized Autobiography by Robert Bloch (Tor)

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute and Peter Nicholls (Orbit UK; St. Martin's US)

PITFCS: Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies edited by Theodore R. Cogswell (Advent)

Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art by Scott McCloud (Tundra; Kitchen Sink; Harper Perennial)

The Art of Michael Whelan: Scenes/Visions by Michael Whelan (Bantam Spectra)

Best Dramatic Presentation

Addams Family Values (Paramount Pictures); Producer, Scott Rudin; Director, Barry Sonnenfeld; Screenwriter, Paul Rudnick

"The Gathering" (Babylon 5) (Warner Brothers); Executive Producers, Douglas Netter & J. Michael Straczynski, Director, Richard Compton; Writer, J. Michael Straczynski

Groundhog Day (Columbia Pictures); Producers, Trevor Albert & Harold Ramis; Director, Harold Ramis, Screenwriters, Danny Rubin & Harold Ramis

Jurassic Park (Universal); Producers, Kathleen Kennedy & Gerald R. Malen; Director, Steven Spielberg; Screenwriters, Michael Crichton & David Koepp

The Nightmare Before Christmas (Touchstone Pictures); Producers, Tim Burton & Denise DiNovi; Director, Henry Selick; Screenwriter, Caroline Thompson

Best Professional Editor

Ellen Datlow

Gardner Dozois

Edward L. Ferman

Mike Resnick

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Stanley Schmidt

Best Professional Artist

Thomas Canty

David Cherry

Bob Eggleton

Don Maitz

Michael Whelan

Best Original Artwork

Cover of F&SF, October/November 1993 by Thomas Canty

Space Salutary Commemorative Stamp Booklet by Stephen Hickman (U.S. Postal Service)

Cover of Asimov's, November 1993 by Keith Parkinson

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. Killheffer, & Gordon Van Gelder, eds.)

Pulphouse (Dean Wesley Smith & Jonathan E. Bond, eds.)

Science Fiction Chronicle (Andrew Porter, ed.)

Tomorrow Speculative Fiction (Algis Budrys, ed.)

Best Fanzine

Ansible (Dave Langford, ed.)

File 770 (Mike Glyer, ed.)

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

Mimosa (Dick & Nicki Lynch, eds.)

Stet edited (Leah Zeldes Smith & Dick Smith, eds.)

Best Fan Writer

Sharon Farber

Mike Glyer

Andy Hooper

Dave Langford

Evelyn C. Leeper

Best Fan Artist

Brad W. Foster

Teddy Harvia

Linda Michaels

Peggy Ranson

William Rotsler

Stu Shiffman

John W. Campbell Award

Holly Lisle2

Jack Nimersheim2

Carrie Richerson2

Amy Thomson1

Elizabeth Willey1

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

1993 Hugo nominees.
1995 Hugo nominees.