Hugo Award for Best Novellete

Hugo Award for Best Novellete

A novelette is a science fiction or fantasy story of between seven thousand five hundred (7,500) and seventeen thousand five hundred (17,500) words. Hugo Awards are also given in other fiction categories for works which are shorter (stories) or longer (novellas or novels).

YearNovelleteAuthor 
2008The Merchant and the Alchemist's GateTed Chiang 
2007The Djinn's WifeIan McDonald 
2006Two HeartsPeter S. Beagle 
2005The Faery HandbagKelly Link 
2004Legions in TimeMichael Swanwick 
2003Slow LifeMichael Swanwick 
2002Hell is the Absence of GodTed Chiang 
2001Millennium BabiesKristine Kathryn Rusch 
20001016 to 1James Patrick Kelly 
1999TaklamakanBruce Sterling 
1998We Will Drink a Fish Together...Bill Johnson 
1997Bicycle RepairmanBruce Sterling 
1996Think Like a DinosaurJames Patrick Kelly 
1995The Martian ChildDavid Gerrold 
1994Georgia on My MindCharles Sheffield 
1993The Nutcracker CoupJanet Kagan 
1992GoldIsaac Asimov 
1991The ManamoukiMike Resnick 
1990Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter AnotherRobert Silverberg 
1989Schrödinger's KittenGeorge Alec Effinger 
1988Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out TonightUrsula K. Le Guin 
1987PermafrostRoger Zelazny 
1986Paladin of the Lost HourHarlan Ellison 
1985BloodchildOctavia E. Butler 
1984Blood MusicGreg Bear 
1983Fire WatchConnie Willis 
1982Unicorn VariationsRoger Zelazny 
1981The Cloak and the StaffGordon R. Dickson 
1980SandkingsGeorge R. R. Martin 
1979Hunter's MoonPoul Anderson 
1978Eyes of AmberJoan D. Vinge 
1977The Bicentennial ManIsaac Asimov 
1976The Borderland of SolLarry Niven 
1975Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38° 54' N, Longitude 77° 00' 13" WHarlan Ellison 
1974The DeathbirdHarlan Ellison 
1973Goat SongPoul Anderson 
1969The Sharing of FleshPoul Anderson 
1968Gonna Roll the BonesFritz Leiber 
1967The Last CastleJack Vance 
1959The Big Front YardClifford D. Simak 
1958The Big TimeFritz Leiber 
1956Exploration TeamMurray Leinster 
1955The DarfstellerWalter M. Miller, Jr. 
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