Analog Readers Poll 2010

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Locus <— 2010 thread —> Asimov's Poll

2011 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 2009
Where and When: Cocoa Beach, FL, SFWA Nebula Awards Weekend : May 15, 2010
Eligibility Year: 2009
  1. Winner: “Where the Winds Are All Asleep”, Michael F. Flynn (Analog Oct 2009)
  2. “Doctor Alien”, Rajnar Vajra (Analog Jan/Feb 2009)
  3. “Gunfight on Farside”, Adam-Troy Castro (Analog Apr 2009)
  4. “The Recovery Man's Bargain”, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Analog Jan/Feb 2009)
  5. “Failure to Obey”, John G. Hemry (Analog Jul/Aug 2009)
  1. Winner: “Chain”, Stephen L. Burns (Analog Jun 2009)
  2. (tie): “But It Does Move”, Harry Turtledove (Analog Jun 2009)
  3. (tie): “Cold Words”, Juliette Wade (Analog Oct 2009)
  4. “Zheng He and the Dragon”, Dave Creek (Analog Jan/Feb 2009)
  5. “The Last Resort”, Alec Nevala-Lee (Analog Sep 2009)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “The Universe Beneath Our Feet”, Carl Frederick (Analog Dec 2009)
  2. “Solace”, James Van Pelt (Analog Jun 2009)
  3. “Foreign Exchange”, Jerry Oltion (Analog Nov 2009)
  4. “Attack of the Grub-Eaters”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog Jun 2009)
  5. “The Invasion”, H. G. Stratmann (Analog Apr 2009)
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “From Atlantis to Canoe-Eating Trees: Geomythology Comes of Age”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog Sep 2009)
  2. “Geology, Geohistory, and 'Psychohistory': The (Continuing) Debate Between Uniformitarians and Catastrophists”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog May 2009)
  3. “Plate Tectonics, Goldilocks, and the Late Heavy Bombardment: Why Earth Isn't Mars or Venus”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog Dec 2009)
  4. “The Psychology of Space Travel”, Nick Kanas (Analog Oct 2009)
  5. “Futuropolis: How NASA Plans to Create a Permanent Presence on the Moon”, Michael Carroll (Analog Jun 2009)
  1. Winner (tie): John Allemand for Analog Jan/Feb 2009
  2. Winner (tie): Bob Eggleton for Analog Oct 2009
  3. Vincent Di Fate for Analog Nov 2009
  4. Michael Carroll for Analog Jun 2009
  5. John Allemand for Analog Jul/Aug 2009

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