1939 Retro Hugo Results

Presented August 14, 2014 at Loncon 3.

  • 1939 Best Novel Retro Hugo: The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White
  • 1939 Best Novella Retro Hugo: "Who Goes There?" by Don A. Stuart
  • 1939 Best Novelette Retro Hugo: "Rule 18" by Clifford D. Simak
  • 1939 Best Short Story Retro Hugo: "How We Went to Mars" by Arthur C. Clarke
  • 1939 Best Related Work Retro Hugo: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Graphic Story: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Dramatic Presentation Retro Hugo, Long Form: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Dramatic Presentation Retro Hugo, Short Form: The War of the Worlds, Written by Howard Koch & Anne Froelick, directed by Orson Welles (The Mercury Theater on the Air, CBS)
  • 1939 Best Professional Editor Retro Hugo, Long Form: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Professional Editor Retro Hugo, Short Form: John W. Campbell, Jr.
  • 1939 Best Professional Artist Retro Hugo: Virgil Finlay
  • 1939 Best Semiprozine Retro Hugo: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Fan Writer Retro Hugo: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.
  • 1939 Best Fanzine Retro Hugo: Imagination ed. by Forrest J Ackerman, Morojo, and T. Bruce Yerke
  • 1939 Best Fan Writer Retro Hugo: Ray Bradbury
  • 1939 Best Fan Artist Retro Hugo: There were insufficient nominations, so this category did not appear on the final ballot.

(The Campbell Award is not awarded as part of the Retro Hugos.)

See also Hugo Awards, List of Hugo Categories, 2014 Hugo results

The committee also presented one committee special award:

To Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster - for the introduction of Superman in Action Comics #1

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