Readercon Awards Winners By Name


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  Readercon Awards  
2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991
1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981
1989:
Night Visions 6 (Dark Harvest) — anthology — winner

1992:
The Edges of Things by Lewis Shiner (WSFA Press) — cover illustration — winner

1991:
The Atrocity Exhibition (Re/Search) — reprint — winner

1991:
The Brains of Rats (Scream/Press) — collection — winner

1988:
poet — winner

1992:
Science Fiction Eye — nonfiction magazine — winner

1990:
Science Fiction Eye (by SPB & Daniel J. Steffan) — magazine - design — winner

1990:
Science Fiction Eye (by SPB & Daniel J. Steffan) — magazine - criticism — winner

1992:
The Science Fantasy Publishers: A Critical and Bibliographic History: Third Edition (by JLC & Mark Owings) (Mirage Press) — nonfiction book — winner

1989:
Strokes: Essays and Reviews 1966-1986 (Serconia Press) — nonfiction/criticism — winner

1991:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by David G. Hartwell, KC & Gordon Van Gelder) — magazine - nonfiction — winner

1987:
writer — winner

1989:
The Drowned Man's Reef (Triskell Press) — short work — winner

1990:
The Dark-Haired Girl (Mark V. Ziesing) — nonfiction — winner

1989:
VALIS (Kerosina) — re-issue — winner

1987:
comic writer/artist — winner

1992:
Wormwood (Aphelion) — collection — winner

1991:
Slow Dancing Through Time (Ursus/Mark V. Ziesing) — value in bookcraft — winner

1989:
value in bookcraft — winner

1990:
S. Peterson's Field Guide to Creatures of the Dreamlands by Tom Sullivan (Chaosium) — interior illustration — winner

1988:
fiction writer — winner

1989:
Co-Orbital Moons (Ocean View Press) — single author collection — winner

1987:
Dale Donaldson Memorial — winner (tie)

1992:
The New Neighbor (Charnel House) — value in bookcraft — winner

1991:
H.R. Giger's Biomechanics (Morpheus International) — jacket illustration — winner

1991:
H.R. Giger's Biomechanics (Morpheus International) — interior illustrations — winner

1991:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by DGH, Kathryn Cramer & Gordon Van Gelder) — magazine - nonfiction — winner

1989:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by DGH, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Teresa Nielsen Hayden & Susan Palwick) — review/criticism magazine — winner (tie)

1988:
nonfiction writer — winner

1989:
Midnight Graffiti — magazine design — winner

1989:
Metropolis by Thea von Harbou (Donning Starblaze) — interior illustration — winner

1988:
artist — winner

1987:
artist — winner

1987:
nonfiction writer — winner

1989:
First Maitz (Ursus Imprints) — jacket illustration — winner

1990:
Richard Matheson: Collected Stories (Scream/Press) — collection — winner

1990:
Richard Matheson: Collected Stories (Scream/Press) — value in bookcraft — winner

1991:
Across the Wounded Galaxies (University of Illinois Press) — nonfiction — winner

1991:
Red Spider, White Web (Morrigan) — novel — winner

1988:
editor — winner

1987:
Grue — magazine/editor — winner

1989:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by David G. Hartwell, PNH, Teresa Nielsen Hayden & Susan Palwick) — review/criticism magazine — winner (tie)

1989:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by David G. Hartwell, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, TNH & Susan Palwick) — review/criticism magazine — winner (tie)

1990:
novel — winner

1990:
reference-bibliography — winner

1992:
The Science Fantasy Publishers: A Critical and Bibliographic History: Third Edition (by Jack L. Chalker & MO) (Mirage Press) — nonfiction book — winner

1989:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by David G. Hartwell, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Teresa Nielsen Hayden & SP) — review/criticism magazine — winner (tie)

1990:
The Anubis Gates by Tim Powers (Mark V. Ziesing) — jacket illustration — winner

1990:
The Anubis Gates (Mark V. Ziesing) — reprint — winner

1990:
Interzone — magazine - fiction — winner

1989:
Interzone — fiction/poetry magazine — winner

1989:
Fool on the Hill (Atlantic Monthly Press) — novel — winner

1990:
What Did Miss Darlington See?: An Anthology of Feminist Supernatural Fiction (Feminist Press) — anthology — winner

1991:
When the Black Lotus Blooms (Unnameable Press) — anthology — winner

1988:
Dale Donaldson Memorial — winner

1987:
Dale Donaldson Memorial — winner (tie)

1991:
Entropy's Bed at Midnight (Lord John Press) — short work — winner

1988:
comics — winner

1992:
Tales of the Wandering Jew (Dedalus) — anthology — winner

1990:
Science Fiction Eye (by Stephen P. Brown & DJS) — magazine - design — winner

1990:
Science Fiction Eye (by Stephen P. Brown & DJS) — magazine - criticism — winner

1991:
The New York Review of Science Fiction (by David G. Hartwell, Kathryn Cramer & GVG) — magazine - nonfiction — winner

1987:
poet — winner

1990:
A Dozen Tough Jobs (Mark V. Ziesing) — short work — winner

1991:
Journal Wired (by Mark Ziesing & AW) — magazine - fiction — winner

1991:
Journal Wired — magazine - design — winner

1991:
Journal Wired (by MVZ & Andy Watson) — magazine - fiction — winner




















































































































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