The winners of the Analog Science Fiction and Fact Analytical Laboratory Winners and the Asimov’s Readers’ Poll were announced at the Dell Magazines breakfast on Saturday, March 18 in San Jose, CA as part of the Nebula Weekend.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Analytical Laboratory Winners
- Best Novella: “Nightfall on the Peak of Eternal Light,” by Richard A. Lovett & William Gleason
- Best Novelette: “Ninety Thousand Horses,” by Sean McMullen
- Best Short Story: “Titanium Soul,” by Catherine Shaffer
- Best Fact: “Faster Than a Speeding Photon,” by Edward M. Lerner
- Best Cover: October 2012 by Michael Whelan
Asimov’s Readers’ Poll
- Best Novella: “Murder Born,” by Robert Reed
- Best Novelette: “The Way of the Needle,” by Derek Künsken
- Best Short Story: “Final Exam,” by Megan Arkenberg; “Sexy Robot Mom,” by Sandra McDonald
- Best Poem: “Future History,” by Joe Haldeman
- Best Cover Artist: Laura Diehl
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