The Long List of Hugo Awards, 1980

(Noreascon Two [Boston, Massachusetts; August 29 – September 1, 1980])

1979 || 1980 || 1981

Best Novel

Winner:The Fountains of Paradise by Arthur C. Clarke [Gollancz, 1979; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979]
2Titan by John Varley [Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; Berkley Putnam, 1979]
3Jem by Frederik Pohl [St. Martin's Press, 1979]
4Harpist in the Wind by Patricia A. McKillip [Atheneum, 1979]
5On Wings of Song by Thomas M. Disch [F&SF Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; St. Martin's Press, 1979]

Best Novella

Winner:"Enemy Mine" by Barry B. Longyear [Asimov's Sep 1979]
2"Songhouse" by Orson Scott Card [Analog Sep 1979]
3"The Moon Goddess and the Son" by Donald Kingsbury [Analog Dec 1979]
4"Ker-Plop" by Ted Reynolds [Asimov's Jan 1979]
5"The Battle of the Abaco Reefs" by Hilbert Schenck [F&SF Jun 1979]

Best Novelette

Winner:"Sandkings" by George R. R. Martin [Omni Aug 1979]
2"Homecoming" by Barry B. Longyear [Asimov's Oct 1979]
3"The Locusts" by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes [Analog Jun 1979]
4"Fireflood" by Vonda N. McIntyre [F&SF Nov 1979]
5"Options" by John Varley [Universe 9, 1979]
6"Palely Loitering" by Christopher Priest [F&SF Jan 1979]

Best Short Story

Winner:"The Way of Cross and Dragon" by George R. R. Martin [Omni Jun 1979]
2"Unaccompanied Sonata" by Orson Scott Card [Omni Mar 1979]
3"Can These Bones Live?" by Ted Reynolds [Analog Mar 1979]
4"giANTS" by Edward Bryant [Analog Aug 1979]
5"Daisy, in the Sun" by Connie Willis [Galileo Nov 1979]

Best Non-Fiction Book

Winner:The Science Fiction Encyclopedia by Peter Nicholls [Doubleday, 1979]
2In Memory Yet Green by Isaac Asimov [Doubleday, 1979]
3Barlowe's Guide to Extraterrestrials by Wayne Barlowe and Ian Summers [Workman, 1979]
4Wonderworks by Michael Whelan [Donning, 1979]
5The Language of the Night by Ursula K. Le Guin and Susan Wood [Putnam, 1979]

Best Dramatic Presentation

Winner:Alien (1979) [20th Century Fox] Screenplay by Dan O'Bannon; Story by Dan O'Bannon and Ronald Shusett; Directed by Ridley Scott
2Time After Time (1979) [Warner Brothers] Screenplay by Nicholas Meyer; Story by Karl Alexander & Steve Hayes; Directed by Nicholas Meyer
3Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) [Century/Paramount] Screenplay by Harold Livingston; Story by Alan Dean Foster and Gene Roddenberry; Directed by Robert Wise
4The Muppet Movie (1979) [Henson/ITC] Written by Jack Burns and Jerry Juhl; Directed by James Frawley
5No Award
6The Black Hole (1979) [Disney] Screenplay by Jeb Rosebrook and Gerry Day; Story by Jeb Rosebrook and Bob Barbash & Richard H. Landau; Directed by Gary Nelson

Best Professional Editor

Winner:George H. Scithers
2Edward L. Ferman
3Ben Bova
4Stanley Schmidt
5James P. Baen

Best Professional Artist

Winner:Michael Whelan
2Vincent Di Fate
3Stephen Fabian
4Boris Vallejo
5Paul Lehr

Best Fanzine

Winner:Locus ed. by Charles N. Brown
2Science Fiction Review ed. by Richard E. Geis
3File 770 ed. by Mike Glyer
4Janus ed. by Janice Bogstad and Jeanne Gomoll
5Thrust ed. by D. Douglas Fratz

Best Fan Writer

Winner:Bob Shaw
2Richard E. Geis
3Mike Glyer
4Dave Langford
5Arthur D. Hlavaty

Best Fan Artist

Winner:Alexis Gilliland
2William Rotsler
3Joan Hanke-Woods
4Victoria Poyser
5Stu Shiffman
6Jeanne Gomoll

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:Barry B. Longyear
2Somtow Sucharitkul
3Diane Duane
4Lynn Abbey
5Karen G. Jollie
6Alan Ryan
Ineligible:
Connie Willis

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