The Long List of Retro Hugo Awards, 1951

(Presented in 2001 at The Millennium Philcon [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; August 30 – September 3, 2001])

1946 || 1951 || 1953

Best Novel

Winner:Farmer in the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein [Boy's Life Aug,Sep,Oct,Nov 1950; Scribner's, 1950]
2Pebble in the Sky by Isaac Asimov [Doubleday, 1950]
3The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis [Geoffrey Bles, 1950]
4First Lensman by Edward E. Smith [Fantasy Press, 1950]
5The Dying Earth by Jack Vance [Hillman, 1950]

Best Novella

Winner:"The Man Who Sold the Moon" by Robert A. Heinlein [The Man Who Sold the Moon, 1950]
2"The Dreaming Jewels" (alt: "Synthetic Man") by Theodore Sturgeon [Fantastic Adventures Feb 1950]
3"...And Now You Don't" by Isaac Asimov [Astounding Nov,Dec 1949,Jan 1950]
4"The Last Enemy" by H. Beam Piper [Astounding Aug 1950]
5"To the Stars" by L. Ron Hubbard [Astounding Feb,Mar 1950]

Best Novelette

Winner:"The Little Black Bag" by C. M. Kornbluth [Astounding Jul 1950]
2"Scanners Live in Vain" by Cordwainer Smith [Fantasy Book #6, 1950]
3"The Helping Hand" by Poul Anderson [Astounding May 1950]
4"Okie" by James Blish [Astounding Apr 1950]
5"Dear Devil" by Eric Frank Russell [Other Worlds May 1950]

Best Short Story

Winner:"To Serve Man" by Damon Knight [Galaxy Nov 1950]
2"Coming Attraction" by Fritz Leiber [Galaxy Nov 1950]
3"Born of Man and Woman" by Richard Matheson [F&SF Sum 1950]
4"A Subway Named Mobius" by A. J. Deutsch [Astounding Dec 1950]
5"The Gnurrs Come from the Voodvork Out" by Reginald Bretnor [F&SF Win/Spr 1950]

Best Related Book

Insufficient Nominations - Not on ballot

Best Dramatic Presentation

Winner:Destination Moon (1950) [George Pal Productions] Screenplay by Alford Van Ronkel and Robert A. Heinlein and James O'Hanlon; Directed by Irving Pichel; based on the novel Rocketship Galileo by Robert A. Heinlein
2Harvey (1950) [Universal] Screenplay by Mary Chase, Oscar Brodney, and Myles Connolly; Directed by Henry Koster; based on the play by Mary Chase
3Cinderella (1950) [Disney] Written by Ken Anderson, Homer Brightman, Winston Hibler, Bill Peet, Erdman Penner, Harry Reeves, Joe Rinaldi, and Ted Sears; Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske; based on the story "Cendrillon" by Charles Perrault
4Rabbit of Seville (1950) [Warner Brothers] Story by Michael Maltese; Directed by Chuck Jones
5Rocketship X-M (1950) [Lippert Pictures] Written by Kurt Neumann, Dalton Trumbo, and Orville H. Hampton; Directed by Kurt Neumann

Best Professional Editor

Winner:John W. Campbell, Jr. (Astounding Science Fiction)
2Anthony Boucher
3H. L. Gold
4Groff Conklin
5J. Francis McComas

Best Professional Artist

Winner:Kelly Freas
2Chesley Bonestell
3Virgil Finlay
4Edd Cartier
5Hannes Bok
Ineligible:
Ed Emshwiller

Best Semi-Prozine

Insufficient Nominations - Not on ballot

Best Fanzine

Winner:Science Fiction Newsletter ed. by Bob Tucker (aka: Wilson Tucker)
2Slant ed. by Walter Willis and art editor James White
3Quandry ed. by Lee Hoffman
4Sky Hook ed. by Redd Boggs
5Spacewarp ed. by Art Rapp
6The Fanscient ed. by Donald B. Day

Best Fan Writer

Winner:Robert Silverberg
2Bob Tucker (aka: Wilson Tucker)
3James White
4Walter A. Willis
5Lee Hoffman
Ineligible:
Harlan Ellison

Best Fan Artist

Winner:Jack Gaughan
2Bill Rotsler (aka: William Rotsler)
3James White
4Lee Hoffman
5Ray Nelson
Ineligible:
David A. Kyle
Bjo Trimble

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