Hugo Award for Best Novelette

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About this award

According to Article 3.3.3 of the Constitution of the World Science Fiction Society, a novelette is "A science fiction or fantasy story of between seven thousand five hundred (7,500) and seventeen thousand five hundred (1 7,500) words."

Awards given in one year are for works published during the previous calendar year.

Winners and other nominees

Year Winner Other nominees
2005 "The Faery Handbag" by Kelly Link
2004 "Legions in Time" by Michael Swanwick
2003 "Slow Life" by Michael Swanwick
2002 "Hell Is the Absence of God" by Ted Chiang
2001 "Millennium Babies" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
2000 "1016 to 1" by James Patrick Kelly
1999 "Taklamakan" by Bruce Sterling
1998 "We Will Drink a Fish Together..." by Bill Johnson
1997 "Bicycle Repairman" by Bruce Sterling
1996 "Think Like a Dinosaur" by James Patrick Kelly
1995 "The Martian Child" by David Gerrold
1994 "Georgia on My Mind" by Charles Sheffield
1993 "The Nutcracker Coup" by Janet Kagan
1992 "Gold" by Isaac Asimov
1991 "The Manamouki" by Mike Resnick
1990 "Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" by Robert Silverberg
1989 "Schrödinger's Kitten" by George Alec Effinger
1988 "Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight" by Ursula K. Le Guin
1987 "Permafrost" by Roger Zelazny
1986 "Paladin of the Lost Hour" by Harlan Ellison
1985 "Bloodchild" by Octavia E. Butler
1984 "Blood Music" by Greg Bear
1983 "Fire Watch" by Connie Willis
1982 "Unicorn Variations" by Roger Zelazny
1981 "The Cloak and the Staff" by Gordon R. Dickson
1980 "Sandkings" by George R.R. Martin
1979 "Hunter's Moon" by Poul Anderson
1978 "Eyes of Amber" by Joan D. Vinge
1977 "The Bicentennial Man" by Isaac Asimov
1976 "The Borderland of Sol" by Larry Niven
1975 "Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans:
Latitude 38° 54' N, Longitude 77° 00' 13" W"
by Harlan Ellison
1974 "The Deathbird" by Harlan Ellison
1973 "Goat Song" by Poul Anderson
1969 "The Sharing of Flesh" by Poul Anderson
1968 "Gonna Roll the Bones" by Fritz Leiber
1967 "The Last Castle" by Jack Vance
1959 "The Big Front Yard" by Clifford D. Simak
1958 "The Big Time" by Fritz Leiber [In 1958, novels and novelettes shared a category]
1956 "Exploration Team" by Murray Leinster
1955 "The Darfsteller" by Walter M. Miller, Jr.

The "Retro Hugos"

These were awarded 50 or 75 years after years in which Worldcons didn't give awards.

Year Winner Other nominees
(awarded in 2004) "Earthman, Come Home" by James Blish
(awarded in 2001) "The Little Black Bag" by C.M. Kornbluth
(awarded in 1996) "First Contact", by Murray Leinster

See also

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External links

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