Analog Readers Poll 2002

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2003 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 2001
Where and When: The Brasserie, Westin Hotel, Kansas City MO : April 27, 2002
Eligibility Year: 2001
  1. Winner: “Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earl's”, Adam-Troy Castro (Analog Jun 2001)
  2. “The King Who Wasn't”, Lloyd Biggle, Jr. (Analog Sep 2001)
  3. “Bug Out!”, Michael A. Burstein & Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Jul/Aug 2001)
  4. “Pele”, Poul Anderson (Analog Oct 2001)
  5. “May Be Some Time”, Brenda W. Clough (Analog Apr 2001)
  1. Winner: “Tower of Wings”, Sean McMullen (Analog Dec 2001)
  2. “The Upgrade”, Brian Plante (Analog Sep 2001)
  3. “First Contact National Monument”, Rick Shelley (Analog Dec 2001)
  4. “The Return of Spring”, Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Nov 2001)
  5. “The Rise and Fall of Paco Cohen and the Mariachis of Mars”, Ernest Hogan (Analog Apr 2001)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Jake, Me, and the Zipper”, Rajnar Vajra (Analog Nov 2001)
  2. “What Weena Knew”, James Van Pelt (Analog Apr 2001)
  3. (tie): “Fresh Air”, Brian Plante (Analog Feb 2001)
  4. (tie): “Resurrection”, James Van Pelt (Analog Jan 2001)
  5. (tie): “Christmas at Ground Zero”, Linda J. Dunn (Analog Dec 2001)
  6. (tie): “Going, Going, Gone”, Stephen L. Burns (Analog Oct 2001)
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “Up in Smoke: How Mt. St. Helens Blasted Conventional Scientific Wisdom”, Richard A. Ph.D. Lovett (Analog Apr 2001)
  2. “He Who Carried the Moon”, Dean McLaughlin (Analog Jul/Aug 2001)
  3. “When Light Speed Isn't Enough: Creating Superluminal Computers”, Dr. Casimir DeCusatis (Analog Sep 2001)
  4. “Stemming the Tide of Aging and Disease”, Kyle Kirkland (Analog Oct 2001)
  5. “Water, Pink Salt, and Cold Dry Gullies: Halobacteria and the Case for Life on Mars”, Geoffrey A. Landis (Analog May 2001)
  1. Winner: Bob Eggleton for “Bug Out!” by Michael A. Burstein & Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Jul/Aug 2001)
  2. David A. Hardy for Analog Dec 2001
  3. Kelly Freas for “Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earl's” by Adam-Troy Castro (Analog Jun 2001)
  4. David A. Hardy for Analog Sep 2001
  5. David Egge for Analog Apr 2001

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