Analog Readers Poll 2011


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2012 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 2010
Where and When: Washington DC, SFWA Nebula Awards Weekend : May 21, 2011
Eligibility Year: 2010
Novella
  1. Winner: “Phantom Sense”, Richard A. Lovett & Mark Niemann-Ross (Analog Nov 2010)
  2. “Doctor Alien's Five Empty Boxes”, Rajnar Vajra (Analog Jul/Aug 2010)
  3. “The Rift”, John G. Hemry (Analog Oct 2010)
  4. “The Possession of Paavo Deshin”, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Analog Jan/Feb 2010)
  5. “Swords and Saddles”, John G. Hemry (Analog Apr 2010)
Novelette
  1. Winner: “Outbound”, Brad R. Torgersen (Analog Nov 2010)
  2. “Pupa”, David D. Levine (Analog Sep 2010)
  3. “Fly Me to the Moon”, Marianne J. Dyson (Analog Jul/Aug 2010)
  4. “The Robots' Girl”, Brenda Cooper (Analog Apr 2010)
  5. “The Man from Downstream”, Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Dec 2010)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Red Letter Day”, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Analog Sep 2010)
  2. “Happy Are the Bunyips”, Carl Frederick (Analog Dec 2010)
  3. (tie): “Rejiggering the Thingamajig”, Eric James Stone (Analog Jan/Feb 2010)
  4. (tie): “Shame”, Mike Resnick & Lezli Robyn (Analog Jan/Feb 2010)
  5. “Cargo”, Michael F. Flynn (Analog Jun 2010)
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “Tips for the Budget Time-Traveler”, Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Dec 2010)
  2. “Visit to the Forgotten Planet: What Scientists Are Learning as MESSENGER Prepares to Orbit Mercury”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog Oct 2010)
  3. “Phantom Science: The Facts Behind 'Phantom Sense'”, Richard A. Lovett & Mark Niemann-Ross (Analog Nov 2010)
  4. “What's In a Kiss: The Wild, Wonderful World of Phlematology”, Richard A. Lovett (Analog Apr 2010)
  5. “Take Off Your Hat: You're In the Presence of Culture”, Stephen R. Balzac (Analog Jan/Feb 2010)
Cover
  1. Winner: Bob Eggleton for Analog Dec 2010
  2. Vincent Di Fate for Analog Jun 2010
  3. Dominic Harman for Analog Nov 2010
  4. David A. Hardy for Analog Apr 2010
  5. Jean-Pierre Normand for Analog May 2010

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