1956 Most Promising New Author Hugo

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The 1956 Most Promising New Author Hugo was presented September 3 at NyCon II. This third year of the Hugos there was for the first time a shortlist of nominees, with the winner selected by voting by the members of the convention. Silverberg was a clear winner and voting was not needed at the convention.

Winner: Robert Silverberg

Runners-up (not in order):

Most Promising New Author Hugo, 1956 Hugos 1956
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