Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1990


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Eligibility Year: 1989
Novel
  1. Winner: A Fire in the Sun, George Alec Effinger (Doubleday Foundation)
  2. The Boat of a Million Years, Poul Anderson (Tor)
  3. Hyperion, Dan Simmons (Doubleday Foundation)
Novella
  1. Winner: “The Mountains of Mourning”, Lois McMaster Bujold (Analog May 1989)
  2. “Great Work of Time”, John Crowley (Novelty)
  3. The Father of Stones, Lucius Shepard (WSFA Press; Asimov's Sep 1989)
Novelette
  1. Winner: “For I Have Touched the Sky”, Mike Resnick (F&SF Dec 1989)
  2. “At the Rialto”, Connie Willis (Omni Oct 1989)
  3. “Everything But Honor”, George Alec Effinger (Asimov's Feb 1989)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Dori Bangs”, Bruce Sterling (Asimov's Sep 1989)
  2. “Boobs”, Suzy McKee Charnas (Asimov's Jul 1989)
  3. “Lost Boys”, Orson Scott Card (F&SF Oct 1989)
Dramatic Presentation
  1. Winner: Field of Dreams
  2. The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen
  3. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Pro Artist
  1. Winner: Tom Canty
  2. Jim Burns
  3. Michael Whelan
Pro Editor/magazines
  1. Winner: Gardner Dozois
  2. Edward L. Ferman
  3. Ellen Datlow
Pro Editor/books
  1. Winner: Beth Meacham
  2. David G. Hartwell
  3. Terri Windling
Semi-prozine
  1. Winner: Science Fiction Chronicle, Andrew Porter
  2. Interzone, David Pringle
  3. Locus, Charles Brown
Fanzine
  1. Winner: Lan's Lantern, George "Lan" Laskowski
  2. File 770, Mike Glyer
  3. The Mad 3 Party, Leslie Turek

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