WINNERS: Analog’s and Asimov’s Reader Poll Awards

Nebula Awards weekend also saw another set of awards being given away: Analog Science Fiction and Fact‘s AnLab Awards and the Asimov’s Readers’ Awards: Here are the winners:

The winners of Analog’s Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards are:

  • Best Novella: “Tenbrook of Mars” by Dean McLaughlin (July-August)
  • Best Novelette: “The Man in the Mirror” by Geoffrey A. Landis (January-February)
  • Best Short Story: “Starship Down” by Tracy Canfield (October)
  • Best Fact Article: “The World’s Simplest Fusion Reactor” by Tom Ligon (January-February)
  • Best Cover: April 2008 by Scott Grimando

The winners of Asimov’s Readers’ Awards are:

  • Best Novella: “The Room of Lost Souls” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (April-May)
  • Best Novelette: “The Ray-Gun: A Love Story” by James Alan Gardner (February)
  • Best Short Story: “26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss” by Kij Johnson (July)
  • Best Poem: “Deaths on Other Planets” by Joanne Merriam (April-May)
  • Best Cover Artist (tie): Tomasz Maronski (March)
  • Best Cover Artist (tie): John Picacio (September)

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees!

See also:

Analog Analytical Laboratory Winners By Year.

Asimov’s Reader Poll Winners By Year.

2 thoughts on “WINNERS: Analog’s and Asimov’s Reader Poll Awards”

  1. I notice that two of the Asimov’s winners are on the Hugo Awards shortlists, but none of the Analog winners are. Does that mean more Asimov’s readers vote for the Hugo than Analog readers?

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