No Award

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(1) A Choice on a Ballot

Under the Hugo rules, "No Award" is always a choice on the final ballot and, if No Award comes in first or if more people prefer No Award to the putative first place winner, then No Award wins and no Hugo is awarded in that category that year.

No Award has won five times prior to 2000, another five times in 2015, and at least twice since:

For Worldcon Site Selection, if No Award wins, the site selection decision is thrown to the WSFS Business Meeting and all hell breaks loose the BM is responsible for selecting the site.

(2) A Fanzine by Russell B. Farr

A fanzine of Russell B. Farr is named No Award. It was nominated for the 2004 Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine.

(3) A Fanzine by Marty Cantor

A fanzine edited by Marty Cantor. Seventeen issue were published from 1991 to 2008. (IA) Copies at EFanzines

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 1991 24
2 August 1997 24
3 May 1998 28
4 1998 28
5 March 1999 50
6 Winter 1999 38
7 Spring 2000 34
8 Fall 2000 32
9 Spring 2001 28
10 September 2001 32
11 Winter 2002 26
12 Fall 2002 32
13 Fall 2003 28
14 Winter 2003 26
15 Summer 2004 30

(4) A Website

Blog of con-runners Stephanie Lai and Liz Barr.

(5) An Apazine by George Wells

An apazine published by George Wells for APA-H.

Issue Date Pages Notes

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