1989 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo
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The 1989 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo was presented September 3 at Noreascon 3.
- The Motion of Light in Water: Sex and Science Fiction Writing in the East Village 1957–1965 by Samuel R. Delany (Morrow/Arbor House, 1988)
- First Maitz by Don Maitz (Ursus, 1988)
- The New Encyclopedia of Science Fiction by James E. Gunn (Viking Press, 1988)
- A Biographical Dictionary of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists by Robert Weinberg (Greenwood, 1988)
- Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror: 1987 by Charles N. Brown and William G. Contento (Locus Press, 1988)
A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes by Stephen W. Hawking received enough votes on the nominating ballot to have a place on the final ballot, but was ruled ineligible.
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