The winners of the Asimov’s Readers’ Awards and Analog‘s Analog Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards were announced by Asimov’s editor Sheila Williams and Analog editor Trevor Quachri during the Nebula Weekend in San Jose.
Asimov‘s Readers’ Awards
- Best Novella: “The Application of Hope,” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (August)
- Best Novelette: “Over There,” by Will McIntosh (January)
- Best Short Story (tie): “The Wall,” by Naomi Kritzer (April-May); “The New Guys Always Work Overtime,” by David Erik Nelson (February)
- Best Poem: “Rivers,” by Geoffrey A. Landis (June)
- Best Cover Artist: Kinuko Craft
Analog‘s Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards
- Best Novella: “The Chaplain’s Legacy,” by Brad Torgersen (July-August)
- Best Novelette: “Buddha Nature,” by Amy Thompson (January-February)
- Best Short Story: “The War of the Worlds, Book One, Chapter 18: The Sergeant-Major,” by John G. Hemry (January-February)
- Best Fact Article: “The Great Ptolemaic Smackdown and Down-and-Dirty Mud-Wrassle,” by Michael F. Flynn (January-February)
- Best Cover: July-August 2013 by Tomislav Tikulin
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