Chesley Awards 1993

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British SF <— 1993 thread —> Clarke

1994 <— Chesley Awards —> 1992
Where and When: ConFrancisco, San Francisco : September 5, 1993
Eligibility Year: 1992
Hardback Cover
  • Winner: Don Maitz for Magician by Raymond E. Feist (Doubleday)
  • Dorian Vallejo for The California Voodoo Game by Larry Niven & Steve Barnes (Ballantine Del Rey)
  • Den Beauvais for The Dragon at War by Gordon R. Dickson (Ace)
  • Barclay Shaw for The False Mirror by Alan Dean Foster (Ballantine Del Rey)
  • Michael Whelan for Illusion by Paula Volsky (Bantam Spectra)
Paperback Cover
  • Winner: David Cherry for Sword and Sorceress IX by Marion Zimmer Bradley (DAW)
  • Jim Burns for Artificial Things by Karen Joy Fowler (Bantam)
  • Mel Odom for In the Blood by Nancy A. Collins (Roc)
  • David Mattingly for The Nine Lives of Catseye Gomez by Simon Hawke (Questar)
  • Stephen Youll for Speaking in Tongues by Ian McDonald (Bantam)
Magazine Cover
Interior Art
  • Winner: Alan M. Clark for “Poles Apart” by G. David Nordley (Analog mid-Dec 1992)
  • Alicia Austin for Fur Magic by Andre Norton (Donald M. Grant)
  • Frank Kelly Freas for “Surface Wars” by Jack Massa (Amazing Stories Nov 1992)
  • Bob Walters for “The Way to Spook City” by Robert Silverberg (Playboy Aug 1992)
  • Laura Brodian Kelly Freas for “The White Snake” by Mara Grey (Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine Fall 1992)
Color Art, Unpublished
Monochrome Art, Unpublished
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