Asimov’s and Analog Poll Winners

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

Dell Magazine Awards

The two Dell magazines, Asimov’s and Analog announced the winners of the annual awards at breakfast on Saturday May 19 during the Nebula Award Weekend in Arlington, VA. Both editors, Sheila Williams and Stanley Schmidt, attended.

Analog‘s Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards:

  • Best Novella: “With Unclean Hands,” by Adam-Troy Castro (11/11)
  • Best Novelette (Tie): “Jak and the Beanstalk,” by Richard A. Lovett (7-8/11); “Betty Knox and Dictionary Jones in the Mystery of the Missing Teenage Anachronisms,” by John G. Hemry (3/11)
  • Best Short Story: “Julie is Three,” by Craig DeLancey (3/11)
  • Best Fact: “Smart SETI,” by Gregory and James Benford (4/11)
  • Best Cover: December 2011 (for “Ray of Light”) by Bob Eggleton

The winners of Asimov’s Readers’ Awards are:

  • Best Novella: “The Man Who Bridged the Mist,” by Kij Johnson(10-11/11)
  • Best Novelette: “All About Emily,” by Connie Willis(12/11)
  • Best Short Story: “Movement,” by Nancy Fulda(3/11)
  • Best Poem: “Five Pounds of Sunlight,” byGeoffrey A. Landis(1/11)
  • Best Cover Artist: October/November, by Paul Youll (for “The Man Who Bridged the Mist”)

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Analog/Asimov’s Awards

The Analog and Asimov’s Awards were presented at a breakfast in Washington, D.C. during the Nebula Awards Weekend on May 21 by Stan Schmidt and Sheila Williams.

Analog Analytical Laboratory Winners (Anlab)

  • Best Novella: “Phantom Sense,” by Richard A. Lovett &
    Mark Niemann-Ross (11/10)

  • Best Novelette: “Outbound,” by Brad R. Torgersen (11/10)
  • Best Short Story: “Red Letter Day,” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (9/10)
  • Best Fact: “Tips for the Budget Time-Traveler,” by Shane Tourtellotte (12/10)
  • Best Cover: December 2010 by Bob Eggleton

Asimov’s Readers’ Award Winners

  • Best Novella: “Becoming One With the Ghosts,” by
    Kristine Kathryn Rusch (10-11/10)

  • Best Novelette: “The Emperor of Mars,” by Allen M. Steele (6/10)
  • Best Short Story: (tie) “The Lovely Ugly,” by Carol Emshwiller (tie) (8/10); “Libertarian Russia,” by Michael Swanwick (tie) (12/10)
  • Best Poem: “Welcome Home,” by Janis Ian (10-11/10)
  • Best Cover Artist: (tie) Tomislav Tikulin (7/10); Michael Whelan (8/10)

Dell Magazine Awards

The Dell Magazine Awards, the Analog Analystical Laboratory (AnLab) Award and the Asimov’s Readers’ Awards, were both presented at a ceremony held in conjunction with the 2010 Nebula Award Weekend.

AnLab Awards

  • Best Novella: “Where the Winds Are All Asleep,” by Michael F. Flynn
  • Best Novelette: “Chain,” by Stephen L. Burns
  • Best Short Story: “The Universe Beneath Our Feet,” by Carl Frederick
  • Best Fact: “From Atlantis to Canoe-Eating Trees: Geomythology Comes of Age,” by Richard A. Lovett
  • Best Cover (tie): January/February 2009 by John Allemand & October 2009 by Bob Eggleton

Asimov’s Readers’ Award

    Best Novella: “Broken Windchimes,” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

  • Best Novelette: “Blood Dauber,” by Ted Kosmatka & Michael Poore
  • Best Short Story: “Bridesicle,” by Will McIntosh
  • Best Poem: “Edgar Allan Poe,” by Bryan D. Dietrich
  • Best Cover Artist: John Picacio

Asimov’s Accepts Electronics

Asimov’s has become the first of the “Big Three” fiction magazines to accept electronic submissions. Asimov’s has started using the system developed by Clarkesworld to allow author to send and track submissions and receive responses. They will not be accepting submissions via e-mail.

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Asimov’s and Anlab Readers’ Polls

The winners of the Asimov’s Readers’ Awards and Analog‘s Analog Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards were announced by Asimov’s editor Sheila Williams during the Nebula Weekend in Los Angeles.

Asimov‘s Readers’ Awards

  • 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) and John Picacio (September)

Analog‘s Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards

  • 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