The New Hugo Winners, Volume III, Connie Willis (ed), Baen Books, 1994

The book contains the winning entry for each category from the 47th Convention in Boston, the 48th Convention in The Hague, and the 49th Convention in Chicago. This book is as yet unread, but I have previously read a number of the stories, albeit some time ago, when I was generally providing very succint story… Continue reading The New Hugo Winners, Volume III, Connie Willis (ed), Baen Books, 1994

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The New Hugo Winners, Volume II, Presented by Isaac Asimov, edited by Martin H Greenberg, Baen Books, 1991

Introduction The book contains the winning entry for each category from the 44th Convention in Atlanta, the 45th Convention in Brighton, and the 46th Convention in New Orleans. This book is as yet unread, but I have previously read a number of the stories, albeit some time ago, when I was generally providing very succinct… Continue reading The New Hugo Winners, Volume II, Presented by Isaac Asimov, edited by Martin H Greenberg, Baen Books, 1991

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The New Hugo Winners, Isaac Asimov, Baen Books, 1989

US pbk (amazon.com) IntroductionThis volume followed ‘The Hugo Winners’ (1962), and four further volumes (The Hugo Winners Volume 2/3/4/5). As to why it was called ‘The New Hugo Winners’ rather than Hugo Winners Volume 6 is not absolutely clear, although in his introduction Asimov did point out that should the series become particularly long-lasting, readers… Continue reading The New Hugo Winners, Isaac Asimov, Baen Books, 1989

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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 variety of editions, primarily on account of its large size. The edition in (my sticky, eager) hand is the hardback UK edition published by Dennis Dobson in 1979. As your Earth days are restricted to… Continue reading The Hugo Winners Volume 3 (i)1970-1972, ed Isaac Asimov

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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 in the UK in order to keep each volume down to a reasonable size. Introduced, as was the first volume, by Isaac Asimov. The biggest ego in SF uses the introduction to regale the reader… Continue reading The Hugo Winners 1968-1970, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig ‘The Hugo Winners Volume II’ Doubleday 1971)

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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 in the UK in order to keep each volume down to a reasonable size. Introduced, as was the first volume, by Isaac Asimov. The biggest ego in SF uses the introduction to regale the reader… Continue reading The Hugo Winners 1963-1967, ed Isaac Asimov, Sphere, 1973 (orig ‘The Hugo Winners Volume II’ Doubleday 1971)

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The Hugo Winners, ed Isaac Asimov, Penguin, 1964 (orig pub Doubleday 1962)

Introduction Isaac Asimov introduces this first volume of Hugo winners, beginning with the 1955, 13th Convention, in Cleveland, at which he had been Guest of Honor. This was the Convention at which awards for stories became a regular feature, although the book isn’t clear about what was considered and nominated in each year, as stories… Continue reading The Hugo Winners, ed Isaac Asimov, Penguin, 1964 (orig pub Doubleday 1962)

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