Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor

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Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor
Awarded forThe best editor of works devoted primarily to science fiction or fantasy
Presented byWorld Science Fiction Society
First awarded1973
Last awarded2006; replaced by Best Editor (Long Form) and Best Editor (Short Form) from 2007–present
Most recent winnerSheila E. Gilbert (Long Form)
Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas (Short Form)
Websitethehugoawards.org
David Hartwell with 2008 Hugo Award for Best Editor (Long Form) (and necktie)

The Hugo Awards are given 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] The Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor is given each year for editors of magazines, novels, anthologies, or other works related to science fiction or fantasy. The award supplanted a previous award for professional magazine.

The award was first presented in 1973, and was given annually through 2006. Beginning in 2007, the award was split into two categories, that of Best Editor (Short Form) and Best Editor (Long Form). The Short Form award is for editors of anthologies, collections or magazines, while the Long Form award is for editors of novels. 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, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1951, and 1954, and in each case an award for professional editor was given.[5]

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 six nominees, except in the case of a tie. The works on the ballot are the six 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 six nominations is performed roughly in April through July, subject to change depending on when that year's Worldcon is held.[6] Prior to 2017, the final ballot was five works; it was changed that year to six, with each initial nominator limited to five nominations.[7] Worldcons are generally held near Labor Day, and are held in a different city around the world each year.[1][8] Members are permitted to vote "no award", if they feel that none of the nominees is deserving of the award that year, and in the case that "no award" takes the majority the Hugo is not given in that category. This happened in both the Short Form and Long Form categories in 2015.[9]

During the 52 nomination years, 64 editors have been nominated for the original Best Professional Editor, the Short Form, or the Long Form award, including Retro Hugos. Of these, Gardner Dozois has received the most awards, with 15 original awards out of 19 nominations for the original category and one for the Short Form. The only other editors to win more than three awards are Ben Bova, who won 6 of 8 nominations for the original award, Ellen Datlow, who won 7 of 17 nominations, split between the original and short form awards, and John W. Campbell, Jr. with 6 out of 6 nominations for the Retro Hugo awards. The two editors who have won three times are Edward L. Ferman with 3 out of 20 original nominations and Patrick Nielsen Hayden with 3 out of 3 Long Form nominations. Stanley Schmidt has received the most nominations, at 27 original and 7 Short Form, winning one Short Form.

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following tables, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony. Editors are eligible based on their work of the previous calendar year, and each date links to the "year in literature" article corresponding with when those works were eligible. Although the Best Professional Editor award is not given explicitly for any particular editing effort and such works are not recorded by the World Science Fiction Society, works that the editor in question was involved with in the eligibility period are listed. This list includes magazines or anthologies that the editor worked on and publishing houses that he or she was employed at, and is not intended to be comprehensive. Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the editor's name have won the award; those with a white background are the nominees on the short-list.

Best Professional Editor[edit]

  *   Winners and joint winners   +   No winner selected

Year Editor Work(s) Ref(s)
1973 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction [10][11]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year [10][12]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [10][13]
Ted White Amazing Stories, Fantastic [10][13]
Donald A. Wollheim The 1972 Annual World's Best SF [10][14]
1974 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11][15]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #2 [15][16]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][15]
Robert Silverberg New Dimensions 3 [13][15]
Ted White Amazing Stories, Fantastic [13][15]
Donald A. Wollheim The 1973 Annual World's Best SF [15][17]
1975 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11][18]
James Baen Galaxy Science Fiction, If [13][18]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #3 [18][19]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][18]
Robert Silverberg New Dimensions 4 [13][18]
Ted White Amazing Stories, Fantastic [13][18]
1976 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11][20]
James Baen Galaxy Science Fiction [13][20]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][20]
Robert Silverberg New Dimensions 5 [13][20]
Ted White Amazing Stories, Fantastic [13][20]
1977 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11][21]
James Baen Galaxy Science Fiction [13][21]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #5 [21][22]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][21]
Ted White Amazing Stories, Fantastic [13][21]
1978 George H. Scithers* Asimov's Science Fiction [13][23]
James Baen Galaxy Science Fiction [13][23]
Ben Bova Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11][23]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #6 [23][24]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][23]
1979 Ben Bova* Analog Science Fact & Fiction, Omni [11][13][25]
James Baen Ace Books [25][26]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #7 [25][27]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction [13][25]
George H. Scithers Asimov's Science Fiction [13][25]
1980 George H. Scithers* Asimov's Science Fiction [13][28]
James Baen Ace Books [26][28]
Ben Bova Omni [13][28]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][28]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][28]
1981 Edward L. Ferman* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][29]
James Baen Tor Books [26][29]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #9 [29][30]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][29]
George H. Scithers Asimov's Science Fiction [13][29]
1982 Edward L. Ferman* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][31]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #10 [31][32]
David G. Hartwell Pocket Books [31][33]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][31]
George H. Scithers Asimov's Science Fiction [13][31]
1983 Edward L. Ferman* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][34]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #11 [34][35]
David G. Hartwell Pocket Books [33][34]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][34]
George H. Scithers Amazing Stories, Asimov's Science Fiction [13][34][36]
1984 Shawna McCarthy* Asimov's Science Fiction [37][38]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #12 [37][39]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][37]
David G. Hartwell Pocket Books [33][37]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][37]
1985 Terry Carr* The Best Science Fiction of the Year #13 [40][41]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][40]
Shawna McCarthy Asimov's Science Fiction [38][40]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][40]
George H. Scithers Amazing Stories [36][40]
1986 (no award)*[Note 1] [42]
Judy-Lynn del Rey[Note 1] Del Rey Books [42][43]
Terry Carr The Best Science Fiction of the Year #14 [42][44]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][42]
Shawna McCarthy Asimov's Science Fiction [38][42]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][42]
1987 Terry Carr* The Best Science Fiction of the Year #15 [45][46]
Gardner Dozois Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Third Annual Collection [45][47][48]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][45]
David G. Hartwell Tor Books [33][45]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][45]
1988 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Fourth Annual Collection [47][48][49]
Edward L. Ferman Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][49]
David G. Hartwell Tor Books [33][49]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][49]
Brian Thomsen Warner Books [49][50]
1989 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Fifth Annual Collection [47][48][51]
Edward L. Ferman Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][51]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books [33][51]
Charles C. Ryan Aboriginal Science Fiction [51][52]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][51]
1990 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixth Annual Collection [47][48][53]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #2 [53][54][55]
Edward L. Ferman Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][53]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books [33][53]
Beth Meacham Tor Books [53][56]
Charles C. Ryan Aboriginal Science Fiction [53][57]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][53]
1991 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventh Annual Collection [47][48][58]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #3 [54][55][58]
Edward L. Ferman Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][58]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine [58][59]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][58]
1992 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eighth Annual Collection [47][48][60]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #4 [54][55][60]
Edward L. Ferman Fantasy & Science Fiction [13][60]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Fantasy & Science Fiction, Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine [59][60][61]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fact & Fiction [13][60]
1993 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Ninth Annual Collection [47][48][62]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #5 [54][55][62]
Beth Meacham Tor Books [56][62]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Fantasy & Science Fiction, Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine [59][62][63]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][62]
1994 Kristine Kathryn Rusch* Fantasy & Science Fiction, Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine [59][64][65]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #6 [54][55][64]
Gardner Dozois Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Tenth Annual Collection [47][48][64]
Mike Resnick Alternate Warriors, Christmas Ghosts, Future Earths: Under African Skies [64][66]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][64]
1995 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eleventh Annual Collection [47][48][67]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #7 [54][55][67]
Mike Resnick Alternate Outlaws, By Any Other Fame, Deals With the Devil [66][67]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Fantasy & Science Fiction [67][68]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][67]
1996 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twelfth Annual Collection [47][48][69]
Ellen Datlow Omni, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #8 [54][55][69]
Scott Edelman Science Fiction Age [69][70]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Fantasy & Science Fiction [69][71]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][69]
1997 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirteenth Annual Collection [47][48][72]
Scott Edelman Science Fiction Age [70][72]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [72][73]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Fantasy & Science Fiction [72][74]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][72]
1998 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Fourteenth Annual Collection [47][75]
Scott Edelman Science Fiction Age [70][75]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best SF 2 [33][75]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][75]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [75][76]
1999 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Fifteenth Annual Collection [47][48][77]
Scott Edelman Science Fiction Age [70][77]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best SF 3 [33][77]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [73][77]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][77]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][77]
2000 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixteenth Annual Collection [47][48][78]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best SF 4 [33][78]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [73][78]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][78]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][78]
2001 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventeenth Annual Collection [47][48][79]
Ellen Datlow Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #13 [55][79]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best SF 5 [33][79]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][79]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][79]
2002 Ellen Datlow* Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #14 [55][80]
Gardner Dozois Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Eighteenth Annual Collection [47][48][80]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [73][80]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][80]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][80]
2003 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Nineteenth Annual Collection [47][48][81]
Ellen Datlow Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #15 [55][81]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best Fantasy 2, Year's Best SF 7 [33][81]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][81]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][81]
2004 Gardner Dozois* Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twentieth Annual Collection [47][48][82]
Ellen Datlow Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #16 [55][82]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best Fantasy 3, Year's Best SF 8 [33][82]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][82]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][82]
2005 Ellen Datlow* Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #17 [55][83]
Gardner Dozois Asimov's Science Fiction, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-First Annual Collection [47][48][83]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best Fantasy 4, Year's Best SF 9 [33][83]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][83]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][83]
2006 David G. Hartwell* The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best Fantasy 5, Year's Best SF 10 [33][84]
Ellen Datlow Sci Fiction, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #18 [55][84]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][84]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][84]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [84][85]

Long Form[edit]

Starting with the 2007 awards, the Professional Editor award was split into two categories: Best Editor (Long Form) and Best Editor (Short Form). The Long Form award is for "The editor of at least four novel-length works primarily devoted to science fiction and/or fantasy published in the previous calendar year" in the official Hugo Award rules.[86]

Year Editor Work(s) Ref(s)
2007 Patrick Nielsen Hayden* Tor Books [87][88]
Lou Anders Pyr [87][88]
Jim Baen Baen Books [26][87][88]
Ginjer Buchanan Ace Books [87][88]
David G. Hartwell Tor Books [33][87][88]
2008 David G. Hartwell* Tor Books [33][89][90]
Lou Anders Pyr [89][90]
Ginjer Buchanan Ace Books [89][90]
Beth Meacham Tor Books [89][90]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [89][90]
2009 David G. Hartwell* Tor Books [33][91]
Lou Anders Pyr [91][92]
Ginjer Buchanan Ace Books [91][93]
Beth Meacham Tor Books [56][91]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [73][91]
2010 Patrick Nielsen Hayden* Tor Books [73][94]
Lou Anders Pyr [92][94]
Ginjer Buchanan Ace Books [93][94]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [94][95]
Juliet Ulman Bantam Spectra [94][96]
2011 Lou Anders* Pyr [92][97]
Ginjer Buchanan Ace Books [93][97]
Moshe Feder Tor Books [97]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [95][97]
Nick Mamatas Haikasoru [97][98]
Beth Meacham Tor Books [56][97]
Juliet Ulman Bantam Spectra [96][97]
2012 Betsy Wollheim* DAW Books [99][100]
Lou Anders Pyr [92][100]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [95][100]
Anne Lesley Groell Bantam Spectra [100][101]
Patrick Nielsen Hayden Tor Books [73][100]
2013 Patrick Nielsen Hayden* Tor Books [73][102]
Lou Anders Pyr [92][102]
Sheila Gilbert DAW Books [102]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [95][102]
Toni Weisskopf Baen Books [102]
2014 Ginjer Buchanan* Ace Books [93][103]
Sheila Gilbert DAW Books [103]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [95][103]
Lee Harris Angry Robot [103]
Toni Weisskopf Baen Books [103]
2015 (no award)+ [9][Note 2]
Vox Day Castalia House [9]
Sheila Gilbert DAW Books [9]
Jim Minz Baen Books [9]
Anne Sowards Ace Books [9]
Toni Weisskopf Baen Books [9]
2016 Sheila Gilbert* DAW Books [104]
Vox Day Castalia House [104]
Liz Gorinsky Tor Books [104]
Jim Minz Baen Books [104]
Toni Weisskopf Baen Books [104]
2017 Liz Gorinsky* Tor Books [105]
Vox Day Castalia House [105]
Sheila Gilbert DAW Books [105]
Devi Pillai Tor Books [105]
Miriam Weinberg Tor Books [105]
Navah Wolfe Saga Press [105]
2018 Sheila Gilbert* DAW Books [106]
Joe Monti Saga Press [106]
Diana M. Pho Tor Books [106]
Devi Pillai Tor Books [106]
Miriam Weinberg Tor Books [106]
Navah Wolfe Saga Press [106]

Short Form[edit]

The Best Editor Short Form award, also started in 2007, is given to "the editor of at least four anthologies, collections or magazine issues primarily devoted to science fiction and/or fantasy, at least one of which was published in the previous calendar year."[86]

Year Editor Work(s) Ref(s)
2007 Gordon Van Gelder* Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][87]
Gardner Dozois The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Third Annual Collection [87][88]
David G. Hartwell The New York Review of Science Fiction, Tor Books, Year's Best Fantasy 6, Year's Best SF 11 [87][88]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [87][88]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [87][88]
2008 Gordon Van Gelder* Fantasy & Science Fiction [89][90]
Ellen Datlow Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #20 [89][90]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [89][90]
Jonathan Strahan The New Space Opera, The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year [89][90]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [89][90]
2009 Ellen Datlow* Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #21 [91][107]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][91]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 2 [91][108]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][91]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [85][91]
2010 Ellen Datlow* Best Horror of the Year, Nebula Awards Showcase 2009 [94][107]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][94]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 3 [94][108]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][94]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [85][94]
2011 Sheila Williams* Asimov's Science Fiction [85][97]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [97]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][97]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 4 [97][108]
Gordon Van Gelder Fantasy & Science Fiction [76][97]
2012 Sheila Williams* Asimov's Science Fiction [85][100]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [100]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [100]
Stanley Schmidt Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][100]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 5 [100][108]
2013 Stanley Schmidt* Analog Science Fiction and Fact [13][102]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [102]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [102]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 6 [102][108]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [85][102]
2014 Ellen Datlow* Best Horror of the Year [103]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [103]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [103]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 7 [103]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [85][103]
2015 (no award)+ [9][Note 2]
Jennifer Brozek Chicks Dig Gaming: A Celebration of All Thing Gaming by the Women Who Love it [9]
Vox Day Castalia House [9]
Mike Resnick Galaxy's Edge [9]
Edmund R. Schubert[Note 3][109] Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show [9]
Bryan Thomas Schmidt Shattered Shields [9]
2016 Ellen Datlow* Best Horror of the Year [104]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [104]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [104]
Jerry Pournelle Castalia House [104]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [104]
2017 Ellen Datlow* Best Horror of the Year [105]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [105]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [105]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 10 [105]
Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas Uncanny Magazine [105]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [105]
2018 Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas* Uncanny Magazine [106]
John Joseph Adams Lightspeed Magazine [106]
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [106]
Lee Harris Tor.com Publishing [106]
Jonathan Strahan The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year 11 [106]
Sheila Williams Asimov's Science Fiction [106]

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 years 50, 75, or 100 years before the current year, if no awards were originally given that year.[4] Retro Hugos have been awarded five times, for 1939, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1951, and 1954. The 1939, 1941, and 1943 Retro Hugos were awarded 75 years later, the other three were given 50 years later. In 1946, 1951, and 1954 the award was given for Best Professional Editor, as the category had not been split, while for the others it was given for Short Form only, as Long Form did not have enough responses to make a ballot.[5]

Year Year awarded Editor Work(s) Ref(s)
1939 2014 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [110][111]
Walter H. Gillings Tales of Wonder [110][111]
Raymond A. Palmer Amazing Stories [110][111]
Mort Weisinger Thrilling Wonder Stories [110][111]
Farnsworth Wright Weird Tales [110][111]
1941 2016 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [112][111]
Dorothy McIlwraith Weird Tales [112][111]
Raymond A. Palmer Amazing Stories [112][111]
Frederik Pohl Astonishing Stories, Super Science Stories [112][111]
Mort Weisinger Thrilling Wonder Stories [112][111]
1943 2018 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [113][111]
Oscar J. Friend Thrilling Wonder Stories [113][111]
Dorothy McIlwraith Weird Tales [113][111]
Raymond A. Palmer Amazing Stories [112][111]
Malcolm Reiss Planet Stories [113][111]
Donald A. Wollheim The Viking Portable Novels of Science [113][114]
1946 1996 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [111][115]
Sam Merwin, Jr. Startling Stories, Wonder Stories [111][115]
Raymond A. Palmer Amazing Stories [111][115]
Donald A. Wollheim The Viking Portable Novels of Science [115][114]
1951 2001 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [116][117]
Anthony Boucher The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [116][117]
Groff Conklin Big Book of Science Fiction, The Science Fiction Galaxy [116][118][119]
H. L. Gold Galaxy Science Fiction [116][117]
J. Francis McComas The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [116][117]
1954 2004 John W. Campbell, Jr.* Astounding Science-Fiction [117][120]
Anthony Boucher The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [117][120]
H. L. Gold Beyond Fantasy Fiction, Galaxy Science Fiction [117][120]
Frederik Pohl Star Science Fiction Stories No.1, Star Science Fiction Stories No.2 [120][121][122]
Donald A. Wollheim Ace Books [120][123]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The 1986 award was posthumously given to Judy-Lynn del Rey after her death in 1985 but was declined by her husband Lester del Rey in her name, saying that she would have objected to the award being given to her just because she had recently died.[124] The Hugo Awards site continues to list her as the winner for that year.[42]
  2. ^ a b Several categories, including Best Professional Editor (long and short forms), were awarded to "No award" in 2015 in response to the Sad Puppies and Rabid Puppies voting campaigns.
  3. ^ Edmund R. Schubert attempted to withdraw himself from the 2015 ballot, stating that the prevalence of nominees that year from voting slates — one of which had included him — de-legitimized the nominations. While other nominees that year in other categories also withdrew for the same reason, Schubert's request came after the ballot was finalized and was not accepted, though a note of his intention to withdraw was made on the ballot itself.

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