The New Hugo Winners

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The New Hugo Winners was a series of books which collected science fiction and fantasy short-form works that had recently won a Hugo Award for best Short Story, Novelette or Novella. Published by Baen Books, the series succeeded Doubleday's The Hugo Winners following that series' discontinuation after volume five. The New Hugo Winners ran for four volumes, published in 1989, 1992, 1994, and 1997, together collecting stories that had won the award from 1983 to 1994. The first two volumes were edited by Isaac Asimov. Due to Asimov's death in April 1992, the third volume was edited by Connie Willis and the fourth by Greg Benford.

Volume I[edit]

Volume I was edited by Isaac Asimov and first published in 1989.

Volume II[edit]

Volume II was edited by Isaac Asimov and first published in 1992.

Volume III[edit]

Volume III was edited by Connie Willis and first published in 1994. Its original printing included cover art by Bob Eggleton.

Volume IV[edit]

Volume IV was edited by Greg Benford and first published in 1997.

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