Fan Q Awards/1970s-1980s Winners

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1977 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

First Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at SeKwester*Con Too

1978 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

Second Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at T'Con

1979 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

Third Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at 2'Con

1980 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

Fourth Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at Mos' Eastly

1981 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

Fifth Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at MediaWest*Con 1

1982 Fan Q Winners

1977-1982 Fan Quality Awards, Archived version

Sixth Annual Fan Q Awards, awarded at MediaWest*Con 2:

1983 Fan Q Winners

This information is not posted at the main site but has been pieced together from other sources.

a 1983 ballot printed in Jundland Wastes #14
the winners, printed in Warped Space #49

From Boldly Writing: "The Fan Q's were divided into the interest categories of Star Trek, Star Wars, Starsky and Hutch, Doctor Who and Other... Former Star Trek writers winning in non-Star Trek categories included Anne Elizabeth Zeek, Paula Smith and Connie Faddis."

1984 Fan Q Winners

(what we can piece together, not posted on the main site)

1985 Fan Q Winners

(what we can piece together, not posted on the main site)

Note: a 1986 ad for the zine Alien Brothers states that Loveslaves by D. Campion was a "Best Story Nomination," that the "4-color art by Gayle F won a Best Art Award," and that the entire zine was a "Best Zine Nomination."

1986 Fan Q Winners

1986 -- 1989 Fan Q Winners, Archived version

1987 Fan Q Winners

1986 -- 1989 Fan Q Winners, Archived version

form from Datazine #45, note that it only has three "categories," something that must have changed between the form and the actual voting. Click to read.
a certificate, this one for Southern Enclave
  • Best General &/or Multi-Media 'Zine: Guardian 7

1988 Fan Q Winners

1986 -- 1989 Fan Q Winners, Archived version

Blake's 7

Artist: Susan Lovett

General/Misc.

Man from UNCLE

Multi-media

Robin of Sherwood

Simon & Simon

Starman

Star Trek

The nominations in the Star Trek category were:

Star Wars

1989 Fan Q Winners

1986 -- 1989 Fan Q Winners, Archived version

Beauty & The Beast

Blake's 7

  • No Award

Japanese Animation

Man from UNCLE

Multimedia

General/Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous:

Robin of Sherwood

  • 'Zine: Longbow #2, Edited by Sandy Williams & Sue Rutherford
  • Novel/Novella: The Hooded Nun by Jeanine Hennig
  • Long Story (TIE): "Changling" by Jeanine Hennig; "The Relic of de Belleme" by Deborah M. Waksh
  • Short Story: "Choice of Duty...Choice of Heart" by Sue Rutherford
  • Vignette (TIE): "Heart of Darkness" by Sandy Williams; "Absolution" by Violet J. Nordstrom
  • Poet/Filker: "Alien Man" by Jeanine Hennig
  • Artist: Jim Markle

The Mediawest website lists The Hooded Nun by Jeanine Hennig. It may be referring to her fanzine The Hooded Man, published that same year.

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek

Simon & Simon

Starman

The Mediawest website incorrectly lists the editor of Endangered Species as Mary Ann Bohling [2]

Star Wars