Hayakawa Award

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1968 December issue of SF Magazine (SFマガジン)

The Hayakawa's S-F Magazine Reader's Award (SFマガジン読者賞 Esuefu Magajin Dokusha Shō?) is an annual award conducted by Hayakawa's S-F Magazine for the best Japanese short story, illustrator, and foreign short story, voted by the readers from their issues in the previous year. The honor has been awarded since 1989.

Award winners[edit]

Foreign Short Story[edit]

  • Thomas M. Disch, "The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars" (Translator: Hisashi Asakura) (1989)
  • Mike Resnick, "For I Have Touched the Sky" (Translator: Masayuki Uchida) (1990)
  • John Varley, "Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo" (Translator: Hisashi Asakura) (1991)
  • John Morressy, "Timekeeper" (Translator: Youko Miki) (1992)
  • James Tiptree, Jr. "With Delicate Mad Hands" (Translator: Norio Itou) (1993)
  • Ted Chiang, "Understand" (Translator: Shigeyuki Kude) (1994)
  • Greg Egan, "Learning to Be Me" (Translator: Makoto Yamagashi) (1995)
  • Greg Bear, "Heads" (Translator: Kazuko Onoda) (1996)
  • James Tiptree, Jr. "Come Live With Me" (Translator: Norio Itou) (1997)
  • Greg Egan, "Wang's Carpet" (Translator: Makoto Yamagishi) (1998)
  • Bruce Sterling, "Taklamakan" (Translator: Takashi Ogawa) (1999)
  • Greg Egan, "Oceanic" (Translator: Makoto Yamagishi) (2000)
  • Ted Chiang, "Story of Your Life" (Translator: Shigeyuki Kude) (2001)
  • Ted Chiang, "Seventy-Two Letters" (Translator: Youichi Shimada) (2002)
  • Greg Egan, "Mister Volition" (Translator: Makoto Yamagishi) (2003)
  • Connie Willis, "The Last of the Winnebagos" (Translator: Ohmori Nozomi(2004)
  • Jeffrey Ford, "The Empire of Ice Cream" (Translator: Tomo Inoue)
  • Bradley Denton, "Sergeant Chip" (Translator: Naoya Nakahara) (2006)
  • Ian McDonald, "The Djinn's Wife" (Translator: Masaya Shimokusu) (2007)

Japanese Short Story[edit]

Illustrator[edit]

  • Hiroyuki Katou & Keisuke Goto (1989)
  • Mafuyu Hiroki (1990)
  • Hiroyuki Katou & Keisuke Goto, Hitoshi Yoneda (tie) (1991)
  • Mafuyu Hiroki (1992)
  • Hiroyuki Katou & Keisuke Goto (1993)
  • Keinojou Mizutama (1994)
  • Jun Kosaka (1995)
  • Hiroyuki Katou & Keisuke Goto (1996)
  • Hikaru Tanaka (1997)
  • Hikaru Tanaka (1998)
  • Youkou Fujiwara (1999)
  • Kenji Tsuruta (2000)
  • Hikaru Tanaka (2001)
  • Mikio Masuda (2002)
  • Youkou Fujiwara (2003)
  • Aya Takano (2004)
  • Aya Takano (2005)
  • Katsukame Hashi (2006)
  • Kashima (2007)

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