1990 Hugo Award Nominations

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1990 Hugo winners.

Best Novel

The Boat of a Million Years by Poul Anderson (Tor)

Prentice Alvin by Orson Scott Card

A Fire in the Sun by George Alec Effinger (Doubleday/Foundation)

Hyperion by Dan Simmons (Doubleday/Foundation)

Grass by Sheri S. Tepper (Doubleday/Foundation)

Best Novella

"The Mountains of Mourning" by Lois McMaster Bujold (Analog May 89; Borders of Infinity Baen)

"A Touch of Lavender" by Megan Lindholm (Asimov's Nov 89)

"Tiny Tango" by Judith Moffett (Asimov's Feb 89)

"The Fathers of Stones" by Lucius Shepard (Asimov's Sep 89; The Father of Stones WSFA Press)

"Time-out" by Connie Willis (Asimov's July 89)

Best Novelette

"Dogwalker" by Orson Scott Card (Asimov's Nov 89)

"Everything But Honor" by George Alec Effinger (Asimov's Feb 89; What Might Have Been Vol. 1, Bantam Spectra)

"The Prince of Oranges" by Nancy Kress (Asimov's April 89)

"For I Have Touched the Sky" by Mike Resnick (F&SF Dec 89)

"Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" By Robert Silverberg, (Asimov's June 89; Time Gate Baen)

"At the Rialto" by Connie Willis (Omni Oct 89; The Microverse Bantam Spectra)

Best Short Story

"Lost Boys" by Orson Scott Card (F&SF Oct 89)

"Boobs" by Suzy McKee Charnas (Asimov's July 89)

"Computer Friendly" by Eileen Gunn (Asimov's June 89)

"The Return of William Proxmire" by Larry Niven (What Might Have Been Vol. 1, Bantam Spectra)

"Dori Bangs" by Bruce Sterling (Asimov's Sep 89)

"The Edge of the World" by Michael Swanwick (Full Spectrum 2 Doubleday/Foundation)

Best Non-fiction Book

Astounding Days by Arthur C. Clarke (Gollancz, Bantam Spectra)

Harlan Ellison's Watching by Harlan Ellison (Underwood Miller)

Grumbles from the Grave by Robert A. Heinlein, edited by Virginia Heinlein (Del Rey)

Dancing at the Edge of the World by Ursula K. Le Guin (Grove)

The World Beyond the Hill by Alexei and Cory Panshin (Tarcher)

Noreascon Three Souvenir Book edited by Greg Thokar (MCFI Press)

Best Dramatic Presentation

The Abyss

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen


Field of Dreams

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Best Professional Editor

Ellen Datlow

Gardner Dozois

Edward L. Ferman

David G. Hartwell

Beth Meacham

Charles C. Ryan

Stanley Schmidt

Best Professional Artist

Jim Burns

Thomas Canty

David Cherry

James Gurney

Tom Kidd

Don Maitz

Michael Whelan

Best Semiprozine



The New York Review of Science Fiction

Science Fiction Chronicle


Best Fanzine

File 770


Lan's Lantern

Pirate Jenny

The Mad 3 Party

Best Fan Writer

Mike Glyer

Arthur D. Hlavaty

Dave Langford

Evelyn Leeper

Leslie Turek

Best Fan Artist

Steve Fox

Teddy Harvia

Merle Insinga

Joe Mayhew

Stu Shiffman

Taral Wayne

Best Original Artwork

Not a Hugo until 1992

Cover of Quozl by James Gurney (Ace)

Cover of The Stress of Her Regard by James Gurney (Ace)

Cover of Rimrunners by Don Maitz (Warner/Questar)

Cover of Hyperion by Gary Ruddell (Doubleday/Foundation, Bantam Spectra)

Cover of Paradise by Michael Whelan (Tor)

Cover of The Renegades of Pern by Michael Whelan (Del Rey)

John W. Campbell Award

John Cramer1

Nancy Collins1

Katherine Neville1

Kristine Kathryn Rusch2

Allen Steele2

1 - first year of eligibility
2 - second and final year of eligibility

1989 Hugo nominees.
1991 Hugo nominees.