Analog Readers Poll 1993


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1994 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 1992


Eligibility Year: 1992
Novella/novelette
  1. Winner: “Poles Apart”, G. David Nordley (Analog mid-Dec 1992)
  2. “Captive Dreams”, Michael F. Flynn (Analog Aug 1992)
  3. “Blood Relations”, Julia Ecklar (Analog Jun 1992)
  4. (tie): “Because It's There”, Rick Shelley & Lee Goodloe (Analog Jul 1992)
  5. (tie): “The Walking Hills”, William E. Cochrane (Analog Jul 1992)
  6. “Tranquillity Rose”, Stephen L. Burns (Analog Jan 1992)
Short Story
  1. Winner: “Love, Dad”, Jeffery D. Kooistra (Analog Mar 1992)
  2. “Stranger Things”, Amy Bechtel (Analog Jun 1992)
  3. “Bushido”, Ben Bova (Analog Jul 1992)
  4. “Steelcollar Worker”, Vonda N. McIntyre (Analog Nov 1992)
  5. “Change of Life”, L. A. Taylor (Analog Apr 1992)
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “The Demon Under Hawaii”, Geoffrey A. Landis (Analog Jul 1992)
  2. “Manufacturing Magic”, Arlan Andrews (Analog Sep 1992)
  3. “Chicxulub: The Smoking K-T Gun?”, Stephen L. Ph. D. Gillett (Analog Mar 1992)
  4. “The Magnetic Sail”, Robert M. Zubrin (Analog May 1992)
  5. “A Visit to Suprajupiter”, Paul Birch (Analog Dec 1992)
Cover
  1. Winner: Bob Eggleton for “Because It's There” by Lee Goodloe & Rick Shelley (Analog Jul 1992)
  2. Jim Burns for “Poles Apart” (Analog mid-Dec 1992)
  3. Nicholas Jainschigg for “Ice Nights” (Analog Oct 1992)
  4. Bob Eggleton for “Embracing the Alien” (Analog Nov 1992)
  5. David Hardy for “Landfall” (Analog Mar 1992)

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