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The Hugo Awards are a set of awards presented annually for the best science fiction and fantasy works and achievements, as selected by members of Worldcon.

Female winners of Hugo Awards Edit

Best Novel Edit

Best Novella Edit

Best Novelette Edit

Best Short Story Edit

Best Graphic Story Edit

  • 2009: Kaja Foglio and Cheyenne Wright, Girl Genius, Volume 8: Agatha Heterodyne and the Chapel of Bones
  • 2010: Kaja Foglio and Phil Foglio (authors), Cheyenne Wright (Colours),Girl Genius, Volume 9: Agatha Heterodyne and the Heirs of the Storm
  • 2011: Kaja Foglio and Phil Foglio (authors), Cheyenne Wright (Colours),Girl Genius, Volume 10: Agatha Heterodyne and the Guardian Muse
  • 2012: Ursula Vernon, Digger
  • 2013: Brian K. Vaughan (author), Fiona Staples (illustrator),Saga, Volume One
  • 2015: G. Willow Wilson (author), Adrian Alphona and Jake Wyatt(illustrators), Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal

Best Non-fiction/Related book Edit

Best Professional Editor Edit

Best Professional Artist Edit

Best Fanzine Edit

  • 2006: Plokta ed. by Alison Scott, Steve Davies and Mike Scott
  • 2007: Science-Fiction Five-Yearly ed. by Lee Hoffman, Geri Sullivan, and Randy Byers
  • 2015: Journey Planet ed. by James Bacon, Christopher J Garcia, Colin Harris, Alissa McKersie, and Helen J. Montgomery

Best Fan Artist: Edit

Best Fan Writer Edit

Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Edit

  • 2008: Stardust Written by Jane Goldman & Matthew Vaughn; Directed by Matthew Vaughn; based on the novel by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Charles Vess
  • 2015: Guardians of the Galaxy, written by James Gunn and Nicole Perlman

Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form Edit

  • 2008: Doctor Who “Blink” Written by Steven Moffat Directed by Hettie Macdonald
  • 2009: Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog Joss Whedon, & Zack Whedon, & Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen , writers; Joss Whedon, director

Best Semiprozine Edit

Best Fancast Edit


The percentage of the nominated fiction that's written by female authors has varied, but has almost always been well under 40%, until the 2010s. For details, see a page of statistics about author gender for Hugo fiction nominees.

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