Frequently Asked Question 11
 

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Who's won multiple Hugos in the same year?

Most double-winners in this group have won awards in categories for ongoing achievements, rather than for specific works. Double-winners for fiction are Connie Willis ('93), Gordon R. Dickson ('81), George R.R. Martin ('80), and Harlan Ellison ('68).

Ellen Datlow, 2005
     professional editor
     web site : Sci Fiction
David Langford, 2005
     fan writer
     semiprozine : Ansible
Dave Langford, 2002
     fan writer
     fanzine : Ansible
Bob Eggleton, 2001
     professional artist
     related book : Greetings from Earth: The Art of Bob Eggleton
Dave Langford, 1999
     fan writer
     fanzine : Ansible
Dave Langford, 1996
     fanzine : Ansible
     fan writer
Dave Langford, 1995
     fan writer
     fanzine : Ansible
Connie Willis, 1993
     short story : Even the Queen
     novel : Doomsday Book
Michael Whelan, 1992
     professional artist
     original artwork : The Summer Queen
Michael Whelan, 1988
     nonfiction book : Michael Whelan's Works of Wonder
     professional artist
Dave Langford, 1987
     fan writer
     fanzine : Ansible
Mike Glyer, 1984
     fan writer
     fanzine : File 770
Gordon R. Dickson, 1981
     novelette : The Cloak and the Staff
     novella : Lost Dorsai
George R. R. Martin, 1980
     short story : The Way of Cross and Dragon
     novelette : Sandkings
Richard E. Geis, 1977
     amateur magazine : Science Fiction Review
     fan writer
Richard E. Geis, 1975
     fan writer
     amateur magazine : The Alien Critic
Harlan Ellison, 1968
     dramatic presentation : Star Trek
Harlan Ellison, 1968
     short story : I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
Jack Gaughan, 1967
     professional artist
     fan artist
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