Analog Readers Poll 2016


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2017 <— Analog Readers Poll —> 2015


Eligibility Year: 2015
Novella
  1. Winner: “Builders of Leaf Houses”, Catherine Wells
  2. “Defender of Worms”, Richard A. Lovett
  3. “Sleeping Dogs”, Adam-Troy Castro
  4. “Zen Angel”, Rajnar Vajra
Novelette
  1. Winner: “Racing to Mars”, Martin L. Shoemaker
  2. “Karma Among the Cloud Kings”, Brian Trent
  3. “The Audience”, Sean McMullen
  4. (tie): “A Case of Identity”, Edward M. Lerner
  5. (tie): “The Wormhole War”, Richard A. Lovett
Short Story
  1. Winner: “The Museum of Modern Warfare”, Kristine Kathryn Rusch ( )
  2. “Down, Please: The Only Recorded Adventure of Lars Fouton, Captain's Lift Operator in Starship Magnificent”, Adam-Troy Castro
  3. “Three Bodies at Mitanni”, Seth Dickinson ( )
  4. “An Immense Darkness”, Eric James Stone
  5. “Endless Forms Most Beautiful”, Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
Fact Article
  1. Winner: “Challenges of Manned Interstellar Travel: An Overview”, Nick Kanas
  2. “Five Wagers on What Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe Will Be Like”, Steven L. Peck
  3. “New Horizons at Pluto: The Grand Tour Finally Completed”, Richard A. Lovett
  4. “Brain Hacking: The Legal, Social, and Scientific Ramifications of the Latest (Very Real) Mind-Reading Techniques”, Richard A. Lovett
  5. “Orbits to Order”, Stanley Schmidt
Poetry
  1. Winner: “The Impending Apocalypse Helps Me Maintain Perspective”, Steven Dondlinger
  2. (tie): “Ectopoiesis”, Joe Haldeman
  3. (tie): “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle”, Alan Ira Gordon
  4. (tie): “The Secret of Cold Fusion”, Bruce Boston
  5. (tie): “Voting Rights”, Ken Poyner
Cover
  1. Winner: Donato Giancola for Analog May 2015
  2. Daniel Romanovsky for Analog Apr 2015
  3. Tomislav Tikulin for Analog Nov 2015
  4. Vincent Di Fate for Analog Jun 2015
  5. Tomislav Tikulin for Analog Jul/Aug 2015
Remarks:
Results published in the July/August 2016 issue

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