Retro Hugo Awards Winners By Year


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  Retro Hugo Awards  
2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991
 
— 2020 —
novel “Shadow Over Mars”, Leigh Brackett
novella “Killdozer!”, Theodore Sturgeon
novelette “City”, Clifford D. Simak
short story “I, Rocket”, Ray Bradbury
related work “The Science-Fiction Field”, Leigh Brackett
series The Cthulhu Mythos, H. P. Lovecraft & August Derleth, and others
graphic story Superman: “The Mysterious Mr. Mxyztplk”, Jerry Siegel & Jo Shuster
dramatic presentation, short form (tie) The Curse of the Cat People
dramatic presentation, short form (tie) The Canterville Ghost
editor, short form John W. Campbell, Jr.
professional artist Margaret Brundage
fanzine Voice of the Imagi-Nation, Forrest J Ackerman & Myrtle R. Douglas
fan writer Fritz Leiber
 
— 2019 —
novel Conjure Wife, Fritz Leiber
novella The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
novelette “Mimsy Were the Borogoves”, C. L. Moore & Henry Kuttner
short story “King of the Gray Spaces”, Ray Bradbury
graphic story Wonder Woman #5: “Battle for Womanhood”, William Marsden & Harry G. Peter
dramatic presentation, short form Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman
dramatic presentation, long form Heaven Can Wait
editor, short form John W. Campbell
professional artist Virgil Finlay
fanzine Le Zombie, Wilson "Bob" Tucker
fan writer Forrest J Ackerman
 
— 2018 —
novel “Beyond This Horizon”, Robert A. Heinlein
novella “Waldo”, Robert A. Heinlein
novelette “Foundation”, Isaac Asimov
short story “The Twonky”, C. L. Moore & Henry Kuttner
dramatic presentation Bambi
editor John W. Campbell
professional artist Virgil Finlay
fanzine Le Zombie, Arthur Wilson "Bob" Tucker
fan writer Forrest J Ackerman
 
— 2016 —
novel “Slan”, A. E. van Vogt
novella “If This Goes On...”, Robert A. Heinlein
novelette “The Roads Must Roll”, Robert A. Heinlein
short story “Robbie”, Isaac Asimov
graphic story Batman #1
dramatic presentation, short form Pinocchio
dramatic presentation, long form Fantasia
editor, short form John W. Campbell
professional artist Virgil Finlay
fanzine Futuria Fantasia, Ray Bradbury
fan writer Ray Bradbury
 
— 2014 —
novel The Sword in the Stone, T. H. White
novella “Who Goes There?”, John W. Campbell, Jr., as by Don A. Stuart
novelette “Rule 18”, Clifford D. Simak
short story “How We Went to Mars”, Arthur C. Clarke
dramatic presentation, short form The War of the Worlds
editor, short form John W. Campbell
professional artist Virgil Finlay
fanzine Imagination!, Forrest J Ackerman, Morojo & T. Bruce Yerke
fan writer Ray Bradbury
 
— 2004 —
novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury
novella “A Case of Conscience”, James Blish
novelette “Earthman, Come Home”, James Blish
short story “The Nine Billion Names of God”, Arthur C. Clarke
related book Conquest of the Moon, Wernher von Braun, Fred L. Whipple & Willy Ley
dramatic presentation, short form The War of the Worlds
professional editor John W. Campbell, Jr.
professional artist Chesley Bonestell
fanzine Slant, ed. Walter Willis, art editor James White
fan writer Bob Tucker
 
— 2001 —
novel Farmer in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein
novella “The Man Who Sold the Moon”, Robert A. Heinlein
novelette “The Little Black Bag”, C. M. Kornbluth
short story “To Serve Man”, Damon Knight
dramatic presentation Destination Moon
professional editor John W. Campbell, Jr.
professional artist Frank Kelly Freas
fanzine Science Fiction Newsletter, Wilson (Bob) Tucker, ed.
fan writer Bob Silverberg
fan artist Jack Gaughan
 
— 1996 —
novel “The Mule”, Isaac Asimov
novella Animal Farm, George Orwell
novelette “First Contact”, Murray Leinster
short story “Uncommon Sense”, Hal Clement
dramatic presentation The Picture of Dorian Gray
professional editor John W. Campbell, Jr.
professional artist Virgil Finlay
fanzine Voice of the Imagi-Nation, Forrest J Ackerman
fan writer Forrest J Ackerman
fan artist William Rotsler


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