Analog Readers Poll 1985


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1986 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 1984


Eligibility Year: 1984
Novella/novelette
  1. Winner: “Valentina”, Joseph H. Delaney & Marc Stiegler (Analog May 1984)
  2. “The Weigher”, Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin (Analog Oct 1984)
  3. “Summer Solstice”, Charles L. Harness (Analog Jun 1984)
  4. “Floodtide”, Ben Bova (Analog Mar 1984)
  5. “Return to the Fold”, Timothy Zahn (Analog Sep 1984)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “The Crystal Spheres”, David Brin (Analog Jan 1984)
  2. (tie): “A Thrrup for Teacher”, Mary Caraker (Analog Mar 1984)
  3. (tie): “Symphony for a Lost Traveler”, Lee Killough (Analog Mar 1984)
  4. (tie): “Teamwork”, Timothy Zahn (Analog Apr 1984)
  5. (tie): “Winter Snow”, Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin (Analog Nov 1984)
  6. “Low Midnight”, Alison Tellure (Analog May 1984)
  7. (tie): “Rory”, Steven Gould (Analog Apr 1984)
  8. (tie): “Slan Libh”, Michael F. Flynn (Analog Nov 1984)
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “The Deadly Thing at 2.4 Kilo-parsecs”, David Brin (Analog May 1984)
  2. “Advanced Machining in Ancient Egypt”, Christopher P. Dunn (Analog Aug 1984)
  3. “Axes, Saws, and Alphabets”, Margaret M. Bishop (Analog Dec 1998)
  4. “Xenopsychology”, Robert A. Freitas, Jr. (Analog Apr 1984)
  5. “The Galaxy Before Man”, Thomas Donaldson (Analog Sep 1984)
Cover
  1. Winner: Vincent Di Fate for “The Peace War” by Vernor Vinge (Analog May 1984)
  2. Tom Kidd for “Floodtide” (Analog Mar 1984)
  3. David Hardy for “Saturn Alia” (Analog Jul 1984)
  4. Doug Beekman for “The Weigher” (Analog Oct 1984)
  5. Jack Gaughan for “Elemental” (Analog Dec 1984)

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