Richard A. Lovett

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Awards Summary




Awards Won: 11

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 49

Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(49 nominations; 11 wins)

“Dawn Comes to the Asteroid Belt” — fact article — 2nd place

“Energy for the Future” (Analog Jul/Aug 2016) — fact article — winner

“Defender of Worms” — novella — 2nd place

“The Wormhole War” — novelette — 4th place (tie)

“Brain Hacking: The Legal, Social, and Scientific Ramifications of the Latest (Very Real) Mind-Reading Techniques” — fact article — 4th place

“New Horizons at Pluto: The Grand Tour Finally Completed” — fact article — 3rd place

“Music to Me” (Analog Jan/Feb 2014) — novella — winner

“Saturn's 'Jet-Propelled' Moon and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life” (Analog Sep 2014) — fact article — 2nd place (tie)

“The Golden Age Comes to Seattle” — fact article — 2nd place

“Nightfall on the Peak of Eternal Light” (by William Gleason & RAL) — novella — winner

“Cats Know” — short story — 4th place

“Tech Support” — short story — 3rd place (tie)

“The Day the Sun Exploded” — fact article — 3rd place

“Planets (Oops, Planetoids) X, Y, Z, and W: What the Kuiper Belt Teaches About the Dawn of the Solar System” — fact article — 4th place

“Jak and the Beanstalk” — novelette — winner (tie)

“Poisons, Temperature, and Climate Change: Will Global Warming Make Everything Else Worse?” — fact article — 3rd place (tie)

“Phantom Sense” (by RAL & Mark Niemann-Ross) (Analog Nov 2010) — novella — winner

“Phantom Science: The Facts Behind 'Phantom Sense'” (by RAL & Mark Niemann-Ross) (Analog Nov 2010) — fact article — 3rd place

“Visit to the Forgotten Planet: What Scientists Are Learning as MESSENGER Prepares to Orbit Mercury” (Analog Oct 2010) — fact article — 2nd place

“What's In a Kiss: The Wild, Wonderful World of Phlematology” (Analog Apr 2010) — fact article — 4th place

“Attack of the Grub-Eaters” (Analog Jun 2009) — short story — 4th place

“From Atlantis to Canoe-Eating Trees: Geomythology Comes of Age” (Analog Sep 2009) — fact article — winner

“Geology, Geohistory, and 'Psychohistory': The (Continuing) Debate Between Uniformitarians and Catastrophists” (Analog May 2009) — fact article — 2nd place

“Plate Tectonics, Goldilocks, and the Late Heavy Bombardment: Why Earth Isn't Mars or Venus” (Analog Dec 2009) — fact article — 3rd place

“Brittney's Labyrinth” (Analog Jun 2008) — novella — 3rd place

“Here There Be Dragons” (Analog Oct 2008) — fact article — 4th place

“Nuclear Autumn” (Analog Apr 2008) — fact article — 3rd place (tie)

“The Sands of Titan” (Analog Jun 2007) — novella — 3rd place

“After Gas: Are We Ready for the End of Oil?” (Analog Jan/Feb 2007) — fact article — 3rd place

“The Ice Age that Wasn't” (Analog Apr 2007) — fact article — winner

“The Search for World's First Equestrians” (Analog Nov 2007) — fact article — 4th place

“A Pound of Flesh” (Analog Sep 2006) — novella — 3rd place

“Dinosaur Blood” (Analog Jan/Feb 2006) — novelette — 2nd place

“Original Sin” (Analog Jun 2006) — novelette — 4th place (tie)

“Nigerian Scam” (Analog Oct 2006) — short story — 2nd place

“From Fimbulwinter to Dante's Hell: The Strange Saga of Snowball Earth” (Analog Jan/Feb 2006) — fact article — 2nd place

“The Great Sumatran Earthquakes of 2004-5” (Analog Oct 2006) — fact article — winner

“A Few Good Men” (Analog Jan/Feb 2005) — novella — 3rd place

“NetPuppets” (by RAL & Mark Niemann-Ross) (Analog Jun 2005) — novelette — winner

“Gene Doping and Other Olympic Scandals of the (Not-So-Distant) Future” (Analog Jun 2005) — fact article — 4th place

“The Prehistory of Global Climate Change” (Analog Mar 2005) — fact article — 2nd place

“Fat Mice, Eating Machines, and Biochemical Treason” (Analog Nov 2004) — fact article — 2nd place

“Forensic Seismology: The Big Science of Minor Shake-Ups” (Analog Apr 2004) — fact article — 5th place

“The Transience of Memory” (Analog Jun 2004) — fact article — 4th place

“Tiny Berries” (Analog Sep 2003) — novelette — winner

“Moving Beyond 'Life As We Know It'” (Analog Nov 2003) — fact article — 4th place

“The Search for Extraterrestrial Oceans” (Analog May 2003) — fact article — 5th place

“Up in Smoke: How Mt. St. Helens Blasted Conventional Scientific Wisdom” (Analog Apr 2001) — fact article — winner

“Tricorders, Yactograms, and the Future of Analytical Chemistry” (Analog Apr 1999) — fact article — 4th place

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