The Long List of Hugo Awards, 1982

(Chicon IV [Chicago, Illinois; September 2–6, 1982])

1981 || 1982 || 1983

Best Novel

Winner:Downbelow Station by C. J. Cherryh [DAW, 1981]
2The Claw of the Conciliator by Gene Wolfe [Timescape, 1981]
3The Many-Colored Land by Julian May [Houghton Mifflin, 1981]
4Project Pope by Clifford D. Simak [Ballantine Del Rey, 1981]
5Little, Big by John Crowley [Bantam, 1981]

Best Novella

Winner:"The Saturn Game" by Poul Anderson [Analog Feb 1981]
2"In the Western Tradition" by Phyllis Eisenstein [F&SF Mar 1981]
3"Blue Champagne" by John Varley [New Voices #4, 1981]
4"With Thimbles, with Forks, and Hope" by Kate Wilhelm [Asimov's Nov 1981]
5"True Names" by Vernor Vinge [Binary Star #5, 1981]
6"Emergence" by David R. Palmer [Analog Jan 1981]

Best Novelette

Winner:"Unicorn Variation" by Roger Zelazny [Asimov's Apr 1981]
2"Guardians" by George R. R. Martin [Analog Oct 1981]
3"The Thermals of August" by Edward Bryant [F&SF May 1981]
4"The Fire When It Comes" by Parke Godwin [F&SF May 1981]
5"The Quickening" by Michael Bishop [Universe 11, 1981]

Best Short Story

Winner:"The Pusher" by John Varley [F&SF Oct 1981]
2"The Woman the Unicorn Loved" by Gene Wolfe [Asimov's Jun 1981]
3"Absent Thee from Felicity Awhile..." by Somtow Sucharitkul [Analog Sep 1981]
4"The Quiet" by George Florance-Guthridge [F&SF Jul 1981]

Best Non-Fiction Book

Winner:Danse Macabre by Stephen King [Everest, 1981]
2The Art of Leo & Diane Dillon by Leo Dillon, Diane Dillon, and Byron Preiss [Ballantine, 1981]
3The Grand Tour by Ron Miller and William K. Hartmann [Workman, 1981]
4After Man by Dougal Dixon [Macmillan, 1981]
5Anatomy of Wonder, Second Edition by Neil Barron [R. R. Bowker, 1981]

Best Dramatic Presentation

Winner:Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) [Lucasfilm] Screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan; Story by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman; Directed by Steven Spielberg
2Time Bandits (1981) [Handmade Films] Written by Michael Palin & Terry Gilliam; Directed by Terry Gilliam
3Excalibur (1981) [Warner Brothers] Screenplay by Rospo Pallenberg and John Boorman; Adaptation by Rospo Pallenberg; Directed by John Boorman; based on the book Le Morte d'Arthur by Thomas Malory
4Dragonslayer (1981) [Paramount/Disney] Written by Hal Barwood & Matthew Robbins; Directed by Matthew Robbins
5Outland (1981) [Outland/The Ladd Company] Written and directed by Peter Hyams
Ineligible:
Superman II (1981) [Alexander Salkind] Screenplay by Mario Puzo & David Newman & Leslie Newman; Story by Mario Puzo; Directed by Richard Lester and Richard Donner; based on the character created by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster

Best Professional Editor

Winner:Edward L. Ferman
2Terry Carr
3George H. Scithers
4Stanley Schmidt
5David G. Hartwell

Best Professional Artist

Winner:Michael Whelan
2Vincent Di Fate
3Rowena Morrill
4Don Maitz
5Carl Lundgren

Best Fanzine

Winner:Locus ed. by Charles N. Brown
2Science Fiction Review ed. by Richard E. Geis
3File 770 ed. by Mike Glyer
4Science Fiction Chronicle ed. by Andrew I. Porter

Best Fan Writer

Winner:Richard E. Geis
2Mike Glyer
3Dave Langford
4No Award
5Arthur D. Hlavaty

Best Fan Artist

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

Special Awards

 Mike Glyer - for "keeping the 'fan' in 'fan'zine publishing"

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:Alexis Gilliland
2Robert Stallman
3David Brin
4Paul O. Williams
5Michael Swanwick

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