The Long List of Hugo Awards, 1967

(NyCon3 [New York, New York; August 31 – September 4, 1967])

1966 || 1967 || 1968

Best Novel

Winner:The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein [If Dec 1965,Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1966; Putnam, 1966]
Runners-up:
Babel-17 by Samuel R. Delany [Ace, 1966]
 Too Many Magicians by Randall Garrett [Analog Aug,Sep,Oct,Nov 1966]
 Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes [Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966]
 The Witches of Karres by James H. Schmitz [Chilton, 1966]
 Day of the Minotaur by Thomas Burnett Swann [Ace, 1966]

Best Novelette

Winner:"The Last Castle" by Jack Vance [Galaxy Apr 1966]
Runners-up:
"Call Him Lord" by Gordon R. Dickson [Analog May 1966]
 "Apology to Inky" by Robert M. Green, Jr. [F&SF Jan 1966]
 "The Alchemist" by Charles L. Harness [Analog May 1966]
 "An Ornament to His Profession" by Charles L. Harness [Analog Feb 1966]
 "The Eskimo Invasion" by Hayden Howard [Galaxy Jun 1966]
 "The Manor of Roses" by Thomas Burnett Swann [F&SF Nov 1966]
 "For a Breath I Tarry" by Roger Zelazny [Fantastic Sep 1966]
 "This Moment of the Storm" by Roger Zelazny [F&SF Jun 1966]

Best Short Story

Winner:"Neutron Star" by Larry Niven [If Oct 1966]
Runners-up:
"Man in His Time" by Brian W. Aldiss [Who Can Replace a Man?, 1966]
 "Delusion for a Dragon Slayer" by Harlan Ellison [Knight Sep 1966]
 "Rat Race" by Raymond F. Jones [Analog Apr 1966]
 "The Secret Place" by Richard McKenna [Orbit #1, 1966]
 "Mr. Jester" by Fred Saberhagen [If Jan 1966]
 "Light of Other Days" by Bob Shaw [Analog Aug 1966; Sci Fiction, scifi.com 2001-09-19]
 "Comes Now the Power" by Roger Zelazny [Magazine of Horror #14 Win 1966/1967]

Best Dramatic Presentation

Winner:Star Trek - "The Menagerie" (1966) [Desilu] Written by Gene Roddenberry; Directed by Marc Daniels
Runners-up:
Fantastic Voyage (1966) [20th Century Fox] Screenplay by Harry Kleiner; Adaptation by David Duncan; Story by Jerome Bixby & Otto Klement; Directed by Richard Fleischer
 Star Trek - "The Naked Time" (1966) [Desilu] Written by John D. F. Black; Directed by Marc Daniels
 Fahrenheit 451 (1966) [Anglo Enterprises/Vineyard] Screenplay by Jean-Louis Richard and François Truffaut and Helen Scott; Directed by François Truffaut; based on the novel by Ray Bradbury
 Star Trek - "The Corbomite Maneuver" (1966) [Desilu] Written by Jerry Sohl; Directed by Joseph Sargent

Best Professional Magazine

Winner:If ed. by Frederik Pohl
Runners-up:
Analog Science Fiction and Fact ed. by John W. Campbell, Jr.
 New Worlds ed. by Michael Moorcock
 Galaxy ed. by Frederik Pohl
Withdrawn - Conflict of Interest:
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction ed. by Edward L. Ferman

Best Professional Artist

Winner:Jack Gaughan
Runners-up:
Frank Kelly Freas
 Gray Morrow
 John Schoenherr

Best Fanzine

Winner:Niekas ed. by Edmund R. Meskys and Felice Rolfe
Runners-up:
Australian Science Fiction Review ed. by John Bangsund
 Lighthouse ed. by Terry Carr
 Yandro ed. by Robert Coulson and Juanita Coulson
 Habakkuk ed. by Bill Donaho
 Trumpet ed. by Tom Reamy
 Riverside Quarterly ed. by Leland Sapiro

Best Fan Writer

Winner:Alexei Panshin
Runners-up:
Norm Clarke
 Bill Donaho
 Harry Warner, Jr.
 Paul J. Willis

Best Fan Artist

Winner:Jack Gaughan
Runners-up:
George Barr
 Jeff Jones
 Steve Stiles
 Arthur "ATom" Thomson

Special Awards

 CBS Television - for 21st Century

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