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Hugo Award Winners

The Science Fiction Achievement Award(tm), also known as the Hugo Award(R), is given annually by the World Science Fiction Society(R) (WSFS(R)). The distinguishing characteristics of the Hugo Award are that it is sponsored by WSFS, administered by the committee of the World Science Fiction Convention(R) (Worldcon(R)) held that year, and determined by nominations from and a popular vote of the membership of WSFS. In general, a Hugo award given in a particular year is for work that appeared in the previous calendar year.

The listing below includes the Hugos and three other types of awards: the Campbell Award, Special Awards, and the Gandalf Award.

The John W. Campbell Memorial Award for the Best New Writer is administered by the Worldcon Committee and determined by the same nomination and voting mechanism as the Hugo but was originally sponsored by Conde Nast Publications. In 1979 sponsorship of the Campbell award was assumed by Davis Publications who currently sponsor it.

Special Awards are determined directly by the Worldcon Committee without any popular nominations or vote.

The Gandalf Award was an award which, like the Campbell Award, was administered by the Worldcon Committee and determined by the Hugo nomination and voting mechanism. It was sponsored by Lin Carter and S.A.G.A.

Present WSFS rules allow the Hugo nomination and voting mechanisms to be used only for the Hugo Award and the Campbell Award.



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