Analog Readers Poll 2012

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2013 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 2011
Where and When: Arlington VA, SFWA Nebula Awards Weekend : May 19, 2012
Eligibility Year: 2011
  1. Winner: “With Unclean Hands”, Adam-Troy Castro (Analog)
  2. “Tower of Worlds”, Rajnar Vajra (Analog)
  3. “Coordinated Attacks”, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Analog)
  4. “Hiding Place”, Adam-Troy Castro (Analog)
  5. “The First Day of Eternity”, Domingo Santos (Analog)
  1. Winner (tie): “Betty Knox and Dictionary Jones in the Mystery of the Missing Teenage Anachronisms”, John G. Hemry
  2. Winner (tie): “Jak and the Beanstalk”, Richard A. Lovett
  3. “At Cross Purposes”, Juliette Wade
  4. “Stay”, Stephen L. Burns
  5. “Ray of Light”, Brad R. Torgersen
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Julie Is Three”, Craig DeLancey
  2. “Boumee and the Apes”, Ian McHugh
  3. “The Lycanthropic Principle”, Carl Frederick
  4. “Turning It Off”, Susan Forest
  5. “A Witness to All That Was”, Scott William Carter
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “Smart SETI”, Gregory Benford & James Benford
  2. (tie): “Lost In Space? Follow the Money”, Edward M. Lerner
  3. (tie): “Say What? Ruminations About Language, Communications, and Science Fiction”, Edward M. Lerner
  4. (tie): “Before You Get to String Theory”, C. W. Johnson
  5. (tie): “Poisons, Temperature, and Climate Change: Will Global Warming Make Everything Else Worse?”, Richard A. Lovett
  1. Winner: Bob Eggleton for Analog Dec 2011
  2. Mark Garlick for Analog Oct 2011
  3. Bob Eggleton for Analog Jan/Feb 2011
  4. Vincent Di Fate for Analog Jun 2011

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