1991 Best Novelette Hugo
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The 1991 Best Novelette Hugo was presented September 1 at Chicon V.
- "The Manamouki" by Mike Resnick [Asimov's Jul 1990]
- "A Braver Thing" by Charles Sheffield [Asimov's Feb 1990]
- "Tower of Babylon" by Ted Chiang [Omni Nov 1990]
- "The Coon Rolled Down and Ruptured His Larinks, A Squeezed Novel by Mr. Skunk" by Dafydd ab Hugh [Asimov's Aug 1990]
- "Over the Long Haul" by Martha Soukup [Amazing Mar 1990]
"Dr. Pak's Preschool" by David Brin received enough votes on the nomination ballot for a place on the final ballot was was ruled ineligible because it had first been published in 1989.
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