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1999 Annual HOMer Awards Nominations
Best Novel of 1999:
Hour Of Judgment by Susan R. Matthews, Avon
Civil Campaign by Lois Mcmaster Bujold, Baen
The Veiled Web by Catherine Asaro, Bantam Spectra
The Radiant Seas by Catherine Asaro, Tor
Precursor by CJ Cherryh, Daw
A Deepness In The Sky by Vernor Vinge, Orion/Millennium
Best Novella Of 1999:
"Hunting The Snark" by Mike Resnick, Asimov's, Dec 1999
"The Executioner's Guild" by Andy Duncan, Asimov's, Aug 1999
"Son Observe The Time" by Kage Baker, Asimov's, May 1999
"Living Trust" by L. Timmel Duchamp, Asimov's, Feb 1999
"The Wedding Album" by David Marusek, Asimov's, Jun 1999
"The Astronaut From Wyoming" by Adam-Troy Castro And Jerry Oltion, Analog, July/Aug 1999
Best Novelette Of 1999:
"The Women Of Whale Rock" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, F&SF, Mar 1999
"The Hestwood" by Rob Chilson, F&SF, Apr 1999
"Stellar Harvest" by Eleanor Arnason, Asimov's, Apr 1999
"Smart Alec" by Kage Baker, Asimov's, Sep 1999
"How To Make Unicorn Pie" by Esther Friesner, F&SF, Jan 1999
"Chanoyu" by Esther Friesner, Asimov's, Mar 1999
Best Short Story Of 1999:
"Hothouse Flowers" by Mike Resnick, Asimov's, Oct/Nov 1999
"Jennifer, Just Before Midnight" by William Sanders, F&SF, Aug 1999
"Absinthe Eyes" by Charlene L Brusso, MZB Magazine, Winter 1999
"Goliath" by Neil Gaiman http://www.whatisthematrix.com/cmp/neil_g.html
Best Dramatic Presentation Of 1999.
The Matrix from Warner Bros
The Sixth Sense from Buena Vista
The Iron Giant from Warner Bros
"Hush" from Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Galaxy Quest from Dreamworks
 
 
 
The HOMer Awards were founded in 1991 by Jim Schneider, one of the sysops of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature Forum on the CompuServe Information Service. The award's name recalls both the ancient Greek epic poet and the CompuServe code-page for this forum, HOM-9. All members of the SF&F Forum are eligible to nominate items and to vote on the final ballot.

The Forum's membership has varied between about 15,000 and 40,000 people.

Each winner receives a distinctive certificate, with the name of the author and the title of the winning work done in calligraphy.


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