Hayakawas SF Magazine Readers Award


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  Hayakawas SF Magazine Readers Award  
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Readers of Hayakawa's SF Magazine vote awards annually for best Japanese short story, illustrator, and foreign short story. Only the last category is compiled here. See website for complete results.
— Winners by Year —
— 2003 — “Mister Volition”, Greg Egan (foreign short story)
— 2002 — “Seventy-Two Letters”, Ted Chiang (foreign short story)
— 2001 — “Story of Your Life”, Ted Chiang (foreign short story)
— 2000 — “Oceanic”, Greg Egan (foreign short story)
— 1999 — “Taklamakan”, Bruce Sterling (foreign short story)
— 1998 — “Wang's Carpets”, Greg Egan (foreign short story)
— 1997 — “Come Live with Me”, James Tiptree, Jr. (foreign short story)
— 1996 — “Heads”, Greg Bear (foreign short story)
— 1995 — “Learning to Be Me”, Greg Egan (foreign short story)
— 1994 — “Understand”, Ted Chiang (foreign short story)
— 1993 — “With Delicate Mad Hands”, James Tiptree, Jr. (foreign short story)
— 1992 — “Timekeeper”, John Morressy (foreign short story)
— 1991 — “Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo”, John Varley (foreign short story)
— 1990 — “For I Have Touched the Sky”, Mike Resnick (foreign short story)
— 1989 — “The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars”, Thomas M. Disch (foreign short story)


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