1964 Best Short Fiction Hugo
The 1964 Best Short Fiction Hugo was presented September 6 at Pacificon II. For the first time we have an order of finish for all awards. We also have the vote totals. The vote was a simple plurality vote without the modern Transferable Preferential Ballot.
- "No Truce with Kings" by Poul Anderson [F&SF Jun 1963] (93 votes)
- "Code Three" by Rick Raphael [Analog Feb 1963] (67 votes)
- "A Rose for Ecclesiastes" by Roger Zelazny [F&SF Nov 1963] (47 votes)
- "Savage Pellucidar" by Edgar Rice Burroughs [Amazing Nov 1963] (44 votes)
21 ballots had no vote for this category There were 2 votes for No Award.
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