The Long List of Hugo Awards, 1975

(Aussiecon One [Melbourne, Australia; August 14–17, 1975])

1974 || 1975 || 1976

Best Novel

Winner:The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin [Harper & Row, 1974]
Runners-up:
Fire Time by Poul Anderson [Doubleday, 1974]
 Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick [Doubleday, 1974]
 The Mote in God's Eye by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle [Simon & Schuster, 1974]
 Inverted World (alt: The Inverted World) by Christopher Priest [Galaxy Dec 1973,Jan,Feb,Mar 1974; Faber & Faber, 1974]

Best Novella

Winner:"A Song for Lya" by George R. R. Martin [Analog Jun 1974]
Runners-up:
"Strangers" by Gardner Dozois [New Dimensions IV, 1974]
 "Born with the Dead" by Robert Silverberg [F&SF Apr 1974]
 "Riding the Torch" by Norman Spinrad [Threads of Time, 1974]
 "Assault on a City" by Jack Vance [Universe 4, 1974]

Best Novelette

Winner:"Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans" by Harlan Ellison [F&SF Oct 1974]
Runners-up:
"—That Thou Art Mindful of Him!" by Isaac Asimov [F&SF May 1974]
 "Midnight by the Morphy Watch" by Fritz Leiber [If Aug 1974]
 "After the Dreamtime" by Richard A. Lupoff [New Dimensions IV, 1974]
 "Extreme Prejudice" by Jerry Pournelle [Analog Jul 1974]
 "Nix Olympica" by William Walling [Analog Dec 1974]
 "A Brother to Dragons, a Companion of Owls" by Kate Wilhelm [Orbit #14, 1974]

Best Short Story

Winner:"The Hole Man" by Larry Niven [Analog Jan 1974]
Runners-up:
"The Four-Hour Fugue" by Alfred Bester [Analog Jun 1974]
 "Cathadonian Odyssey" by Michael Bishop [F&SF Sep 1974]
 "The Day Before the Revolution" by Ursula K. Le Guin [Galaxy Aug 1974]
 "Schwartz Between the Galaxies" by Robert Silverberg [Stellar 1 ed. by Judy-Lynn del Rey (Ballantine), 1974]

Best Dramatic Presentation

Winner:Young Frankenstein (1974) [20th Century Fox] Screenplay by Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks; Screen Story by Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks; Directed by Mel Brooks; based on the characters in the novel Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Runners-up:
Flesh Gordon (1974) [Graffiti Productions] Written by Michael Benveniste; Directed by Michael Benveniste and Howard Ziehm
 Zardoz (1974) [20th Century Fox] Written and directed by John Boorman
 Phantom of the Paradise (1974) [Harbor/20th Century Fox] Written and directed by Brian De Palma
 The Questor Tapes (1974) [Universal] Screenplay by Gene L. Coon and Gene Roddenberry; Story by Gene Roddenberry; Directed by Richard A. Colla

Best Professional Editor

Winner:Ben Bova
Runners-up:
James P. Baen
 Terry Carr
 Edward L. Ferman
 Robert Silverberg
 Ted White

Best Professional Artist

Winner:Frank Kelly Freas
Runners-up:
Stephen Fabian
 Tim Kirk
 John Schoenherr
 Rick Sternbach

Best Fanzine

Winner:The Alien Critic ed. by Richard E. Geis
Runners-up:
Outworlds ed. by Bill Bowers and Joan Bowers
 Locus ed. by Charles N. Brown and Dena Brown
 SF Commentary ed. by Bruce Gillespie
 Starling ed. by Hank Lutrell and Lesleigh Lutrell
 Algol ed. by Andrew I. Porter

Best Fan Writer

Winner:Richard E. Geis
Runners-up:
John Bangsund
 Sandra Miesel
 Don C. Thompson
 Susan Wood

Best Fan Artist

Winner:William Rotsler
Runners-up:
George Barr
 Grant Canfield
 James Shull

Special Awards

 Walt Lee - Reference Guide to Fantastic Films
 Donald A. Wollheim - as "the fan who has done everything"

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer (Sponsored by the publisher of Analog Magazine and administered on their behalf by WSFS [Not a Hugo Award])

Winner:P. J. Plauger
Runners-up:
Alan Brennert
 Suzy McKee Charnas
 Felix C. Gotschalk
 Brenda Pearce
 John Varley

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