Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer

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Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer
Awarded for The best fan writer of works devoted primarily to science fiction or fantasy
Presented by World Science Fiction Society
First awarded 1967
Currently held by Kameron Hurley
Official website thehugoawards.org

The Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer is the Hugo Award given each year for writers of works related to science fiction or fantasy which appeared in low- or non-paying publications such as semiprozines or fanzines or in generally available electronic media during the previous calendar year. There is no restriction that the writer is not also a professional author, and several such authors have won the award for their non-paying works. The award was first presented in 1967 and has been awarded annually.

During the 52 regular and retro nomination years, 79 writers have been nominated; 18 of these have won, including ties. David Langford has received the most number of awards, with 21 wins out of 31 nominations. He was nominated every year from 1979 through 2009, and won 19 times in a row from 1989 through 2007. The other writers to win more than once are Richard E. Geis, with seven wins out of sixteen nominations; Mike Glyer, with three wins out of twenty-three nominations; Susan Wood Glicksohn, with three of eight; Harry Warner, Jr., with two out of seven; Wilson Tucker, with two out of five; and Bob Shaw, who won both times he was nominated. The writers with the most nominations without winning are Evelyn C. Leeper, who was nominated twelve times in a row from 1990 through 2001, and Steven H Silver, whose twelve nominations span 2000-2013.

History[edit]

The Hugo Awards are presented every year by the World Science Fiction Society for the best science fiction or fantasy works and achievements of the previous year. The award is named after Hugo Gernsback, the founder of the pioneering science fiction magazine Amazing Stories, and was once officially known as the Science Fiction Achievement Award.[1] The award has been described as "a fine showcase for speculative fiction" and "the best known literary award for science fiction writing".[2][3] In addition to the regular Hugo awards, beginning in 1996 Retrospective Hugo Awards, or "Retro Hugos", have been available to be awarded for years 50, 75, or 100 years prior in which no awards were given.[4] To date, Retro Hugo awards have been awarded for 1939, 1946, 1951, and 1954, and the fan writer award has been given each time.[5]

Fan writing is a peculiar entity, generally having little in common with professional fiction writing. Fan writing can be somber or witty (and even humorous, though that is rarer), expository or abstruse; it can make the momentous commonplace and the trivial momentous, according to the desire of the writer. Commonly, fan writing is a reflection of being a fan (as opposed to the many people who simply read science fiction) in a world mostly populated with people who aren't.

—Hitchcock, Chip, [introduction], Lee Hoffman In and Out of Quandry, 1982[6]

Hugo Award nominees and winners are chosen by supporting or attending members of the annual World Science Fiction Convention, or Worldcon, and the presentation evening constitutes its central event. The selection process is defined in the World Science Fiction Society Constitution as instant-runoff voting with five nominees, except in the case of a tie. These five works on the ballot are those most-nominated by members that year, with no limit on the number of works that can be nominated.[4] Initial nominations are made by members in January through March, while voting on the ballot of five nominations is performed roughly in April through July, subject to change depending on when that year's Worldcon is held.[7] Worldcons are generally held near Labor Day, and in a different city around the world each year.[1][8]

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following tables, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony. Writers are eligible based on their work of the previous calendar year. Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the writer's name have won the award; those with a white background are the nominees on the short-list. In some years writers who received sufficient nominations to be listed on the ballot declined; these are marked as withdrawn in the entry and are not listed on the main Hugo Award site.

  *   Winners and joint winners

Year Writer(s) Ref(s)
1967 Panshin, AlexeiAlexei Panshin* [9]
Clarke, NormNorm Clarke [9]
Donaho, BillBill Donaho [9]
Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr. [9]
Willis, Paul J.Paul J. Willis [9]
1968 White, TedTed White* [10]
Berman, RuthRuth Berman [10]
Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr. [10]
Ellison, HarlanHarlan Ellison (withdrawn) [10][11]
Panshin, AlexeiAlexei Panshin (withdrawn) [10][11]
1969 Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr.* [12]
Delap, RichardRichard Delap [12]
Mebane, BanksBanks Mebane [12]
Willis, WaltWalt Willis [12]
White, TedTed White (withdrawn) [12][13]
1970 Tucker, WilsonWilson Tucker* [14]
Anthony, PiersPiers Anthony [14]
Brown, Charles N.Charles N. Brown [14]
Delap, RichardRichard Delap [14]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [14]
1971 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [15]
Carr, TerryTerry Carr [15]
Digby, TomTom Digby [15]
Fishman, ElizabethElizabeth Fishman [15]
Pauls, TedTed Pauls [15]
1972 Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr.* [16]
Carr, TerryTerry Carr [16]
Digby, TomTom Digby [16]
Ullyot, RosemaryRosemary Ullyot [16]
Vardeman, BobBob Vardeman [16]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn [16]
1973 Carr, TerryTerry Carr* [17]
Brown, Charles N.Charles N. Brown [17]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [17]
Miesel, SandraSandra Miesel [17]
Ullyot, RosemaryRosemary Ullyot [17]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn [17]
1974 Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn* [18]
Basta, LauraLaura Basta [18]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [18]
Lichtenberg, JacquelineJacqueline Lichtenberg [18]
Miesel, SandraSandra Miesel [18]
1975 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [19]
Bangsund, JohnJohn Bangsund [19]
Miesel, SandraSandra Miesel [19]
Thompson, Don C.Don C. Thompson [19]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn [19]
1976 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [20]
Brown, Charles N.Charles N. Brown [20]
D'ammassa, DonDon D'ammassa [20]
Thompson, Don C.Don C. Thompson [20]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn [20]
1977 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [21]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn* [21]
D'ammassa, DonDon D'ammassa [21]
Glicksohn, MichaelMichael Glicksohn [21]
Thompson, Don C.Don C. Thompson [21]
1978 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [22]
Brown, Charles N.Charles N. Brown [22]
D'ammassa, DonDon D'ammassa [22]
Thompson, Don C.Don C. Thompson [22]
Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn [22]
1979 Shaw, BobBob Shaw* [23]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [23]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [23]
Kettle, RoyRoy Kettle [23]
West, D.D. West [23]
1980 Shaw, BobBob Shaw* [24]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [24]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [24]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [24]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [24]
1981 Glicksohn, Susan WoodSusan Wood Glicksohn* [25]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [25]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [25]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [25]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [25]
1982 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [26]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [26]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [26]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [26]
1983 Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis* [27]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [27]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [27]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [27]
1984 Glyer, MikeMike Glyer* [28]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [28]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [28]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [28]
Nielsen Hayden, TeresaTeresa Nielsen Hayden [28]
1985 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [29]
Edmonds, LeighLeigh Edmonds [29]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [29]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [29]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [29]
1986 Glyer, MikeMike Glyer* [30]
D'ammassa, DonDon D'ammassa [30]
Geis, Richard E.Richard E. Geis [30]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [30]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [30]
Nielsen Hayden, PatrickPatrick Nielsen Hayden [30]
1987 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [31]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [31]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [31]
Nielsen Hayden, PatrickPatrick Nielsen Hayden [31]
Ounsley, SimonSimon Ounsley [31]
West, D.D. West [31]
Whiteoak, OwenOwen Whiteoak (withdrawn) [31][32]
1988 Glyer, MikeMike Glyer* [33]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [33]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [33]
Lillian III, Guy H.Guy H. Lillian III [33]
Turek, LeslieLeslie Turek [33]
1989 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [34]
Carol, AvedonAvedon Carol [34]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [34]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [34]
Lillian III, Guy H.Guy H. Lillian III [34]
Rospach, Chuq VonChuq Von Rospach [34]
1990 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [35]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [35]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [35]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [35]
Turek, LeslieLeslie Turek [35]
1991 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [36]
Carol, AvedonAvedon Carol [36]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [36]
Hlavaty, Arthur D.Arthur D. Hlavaty [36]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [36]
Nielsen Hayden, TeresaTeresa Nielsen Hayden [36]
1992 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [37]
Carol, AvedonAvedon Carol [37]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [37]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [37]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [37]
Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr. [37]
1993 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [38]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [38]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [38]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [38]
Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr. [38]
1994 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [39]
Farber, Sharon N.Sharon N. Farber [39]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [39]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [39]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [39]
1995 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [40]
Farber, Sharon N.Sharon N. Farber [40]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [40]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [40]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [40]
1996 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [41]
Farber, Sharon N.Sharon N. Farber [41]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [41]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [41]
Major, Joseph T.Joseph T. Major [41]
1997 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [42]
Farber, Sharon N.Sharon N. Farber [42]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [42]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [42]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [42]
1998 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [43]
Devney, BobBob Devney [43]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [43]
Hooper, AndrewAndrew Hooper [43]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [43]
Major, Joseph T.Joseph T. Major [43]
1999 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [44]
Devney, BobBob Devney [44]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [44]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [44]
Speller, Maureen KincaidMaureen Kincaid Speller [44]
2000 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [45]
Devney, BobBob Devney [45]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [45]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [45]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [45]
2001 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [46]
Devney, BobBob Devney [46]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [46]
Leeper, Evelyn C.Evelyn C. Leeper [46]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [46]
2002 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [47]
Berkwits, JeffJeff Berkwits [47]
Devney, BobBob Devney [47]
Flynn, John L.John L. Flynn [47]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [47]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [47]
2003 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [48]
Devney, BobBob Devney [48]
Flynn, John L.John L. Flynn [48]
Glyer, MikeMike Glyer [48]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [48]
2004 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [49]
Berkwits, JeffJeff Berkwits [49]
Devney, BobBob Devney [49]
Flynn, John L.John L. Flynn [49]
Morgan, CherylCheryl Morgan [49]
2005 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [50]
Brialey, ClaireClaire Brialey [50]
Devney, BobBob Devney [50]
Morgan, CherylCheryl Morgan [50]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [50]
2006 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [51]
Brialey, ClaireClaire Brialey [51]
Hertz, JohnJohn Hertz [51]
Morgan, CherylCheryl Morgan [51]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [51]
2007 Langford, DavidDavid Langford* [52]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [52]
Hertz, JohnJohn Hertz [52]
Scalzi, JohnJohn Scalzi [52]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [52]
2008 Scalzi, JohnJohn Scalzi* [53]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [53]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [53]
Morgan, CherylCheryl Morgan [53]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [53]
2009 Morgan, CherylCheryl Morgan* [54]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [54]
Hertz, JohnJohn Hertz [54]
Langford, DavidDavid Langford [54]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [54]
2010 Pohl, FrederikFrederik Pohl* [55]
Brialey, ClaireClaire Brialey [55]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [55]
Nicoll, JamesJames Nicoll [55]
Penney, LloydLloyd Penney [55]
2011 Brialey, ClaireClaire Brialey* [56]
Bacon, JamesJames Bacon [56]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [56]
Nicoll, JamesJames Nicoll [56]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [56]
2012 Hines, Jim C.Jim C. Hines* [57]
Bacon, JamesJames Bacon [57]
Brialey, ClaireClaire Brialey [57]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [57]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [57]
2013 Roberts, Tansy RaynerTansy Rayner Roberts* [58]
Bacon, JamesJames Bacon [58]
Garcia, ChristopherChristopher Garcia [58]
Oshiro, MarkMark Oshiro [58]
Silver, Steven HSteven H Silver [58]
2014 Hurley, KameronKameron Hurley* [59]
Bourke, LizLiz Bourke [59]
Meadows, FozFoz Meadows [59]
Nussbaum, AbigailAbigail Nussbaum [59]
Oshiro, MarkMark Oshiro [59]

Retro Hugos[edit]

Beginning with the 1996 Worldcon, the World Science Fiction Society created the concept of "Retro Hugos", in which the Hugo award could be retroactively awarded for 50, 75, or 100 years prior. Retro Hugos may only be awarded for years in which a Worldcon was hosted, but no awards were originally given.[4] Retro Hugos have been awarded four times, for 1939, 1946, 1951, and 1954. The 1939 award was given 75 years later; the other three awards were given 50 years later.[5] The next year that Retro Hugos can be awarded is 2015, for 1940.[4]

Year Year awarded Writer Ref
1939 2014 Bradbury, RayRay Bradbury* [60]
Ackerman, Forrest JForrest J Ackerman [60]
Tucker, WilsonWilson Tucker [60]
Warner, Jr., HarryHarry Warner, Jr. [60]
Wollheim, Donald A.Donald A. Wollheim [60]
1946 1996 Ackerman, Forrest JForrest J Ackerman* [61]
Burbee, Charles E.Charles E. Burbee [61]
Laney, Francis TownerFrancis Towner Laney [61]
Tucker, WilsonWilson Tucker [61]
Widner, ArtArt Widner [61]
1951 2001 Silverberg, RobertRobert Silverberg* [62]
Hoffman, LeeLee Hoffman [62]
Tucker, WilsonWilson Tucker [62]
White, JamesJames White [62]
Willis, WaltWalt Willis [62]
1954 2004 Tucker, WilsonWilson Tucker* [63]
Boggs, ReddRedd Boggs [63]
Hoffman, LeeLee Hoffman [63]
White, JamesJames White [63]
Willis, WaltWalt Willis [63]

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