Analog Readers Poll 1980


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1981 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 1979


Eligibility Year: 1979
Serial
  1. Winner: “Titan”, John Varley (Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979)
  2. “Class Six Climb”, William E. Cochrane (Analog Jun,Jul,Aug 1979)
  3. “The Visitors”, Clifford D. Simak (Analog Oct,Nov,Dec 1979)
Novelette
  1. Winner: “Songhouse”, Orson Scott Card (Analog Sep 1979)
  2. “The Locusts”, Larry Niven & Steve Barnes (Analog Jun 1979)
  3. “The Moon Goddess and the Son”, Donald Kingsbury (Analog Dec 1979)
  4. “Beer Run”, Michael McCollum (Analog Jul 1979)
  5. “Duty, Honor, Planet”, Michael McCollum (Analog Apr 1979)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Can These Bones Live?”, Ted Reynolds (Analog Mar 1979)
  2. “Breaking the Game”, Orson Scott Card (Analog Jan 1979)
  3. “In Adam's Fall”, Jayge Carr (Analog Oct 1979)
  4. “Old Friends”, Kevin O'Donnell, Jr. (Analog Nov 1979)
  5. “…And Master of One”, Ian Stewart (Analog Jun 1979)
Article
  1. Winner: “Build Your Own A-Bomb and Wake Up the Neighborhood”, George W. Harper (Analog Apr 1979)
  2. “The Spaceport”, Roger D. Arnold & Donald Kingsbury (Analog Nov,Dec 1979)
  3. “Funding the Future”, M. David Stone (Analog Mar 1979)
  4. “Future Food”, David Ritchie (Analog Sep 1979)
  5. “American Enthusiasm for Spaceflight”, William Sims Bainbridge & Richard Wyckoff (Analog Jul 1979)
Cover
  1. Winner: Paul Lehr for “Titan” (Analog Jan 1979)
  2. Vincent Di Fate for “The Moon Goddess and the Son” by Donald Kingsbury (Analog Dec 1979)
  3. Robert McCall for Apollo 11 Anniversary (Analog Jul 1979)

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