1986 Best Non Fiction Book Hugo

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The 1986 Best Non Fiction Book Hugo was presented August 31 at ConFederation.

  1. Science Made Stupid by Tom Weller (Houghton Mifflin, 1985)
  2. The John W. Campbell Letters, Vol. 1 by Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr., Tony Chapdelaine and George Hay (AC Projects, 1986)
  3. An Edge in My Voice by Harlan Ellison (Donning, 1985)
  4. Benchmarks: Galaxy Bookshelf by Algis Budrys (Southern Illinois University Press, 1985)
  5. The Pale Shadow of Science by Brian W. Aldiss (Serconia Press, 1985)
  6. Faces of Fear: Encounters with the Creators of Modern Horror by Douglas E. Winter (Berkley, 1985)

See also: Hugo Awards, 1986 Hugo Results, 1985 Best Non Fiction Book Hugo, 1987 Best Non Fiction Book Hugo.

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