Archive | Hugos

Named after Hugo Gernsback, and voted by attendees of each year’s Worldcon. Sadly the Hugos have not been as successful as the Nebulas in maintaining a printed anthology of winning stories. More information about Hugo Winners at the Hugo Awards website and the excellent Science Fiction Awards Database on LocusOnline

The Hugo Winners Volume 5 - 1980-1983, ed Isaac Asimov, 1986

The Hugo Winners Volume 5 – 1980-1983, ed Isaac Asimov, 1986

Published at the same time as Vol 4, this volume contains the nine winning stories from three conventions. In due ...
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The Hugo Winners Volume 3(Part II) - 1973, ed Isaac Asimov

The Hugo Winners Volume 3(Part II) – 1973, ed Isaac Asimov

The 1973 Hugos get a whole volume to themselves. The volume contains all four winning stories, and I have cut ...
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The Hugo Winners Volume 3 (i)1970-1972, ed Isaac Asimov

The Hugo Winners Volume 3 (i)1970-1972, ed Isaac Asimov

'Hugo Winners Volume III' followed (not unsurprisingly) the first two volumes of collected Hugo award-winners, and appeared in a confusing ...
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The Hugo Winners 1968-1970, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig 'The Hugo Winners Volume II' Doubleday 1971)

The Hugo Winners 1968-1970, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig ‘The Hugo Winners Volume II’ Doubleday 1971)

Introduction 'Hugo Winners Volume II' followed the first collection of award-winners, but was published in two separate volumes in paperback ...
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The Hugo Winners 1963-1967, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig 'The Hugo Winners Volume II' Doubleday 1971)

The Hugo Winners 1963-1967, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig ‘The Hugo Winners Volume II’ Doubleday 1971)

Introduction Hugo Winners Volume II' followed the first collection of award-winners, but was published in two separate volumes in paperback ...
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