Here's what I'm submitting for my nominations. I watched all of the dramatic presentations, and have previously read many of the stories.
Best Novel: "Tarzan in the Forbidden City", Edgar Rice Burroughs; "If This Goes On--", Robert A. Heinlein; "The Wonder City of Oz", John R. Neill; "The Ill-Made Knight", T.H. White; "Typewriter in the Sky", L. Ron Hubbard
Best Novella: "The Mathematics of Magic", L. Sprague de Camp, Fletcher Pratt; "Darker Than You Think", Jack Williamson
Best Novelette: "The Roads Must Roll", Robert A. Heinlein; "The Mound", H.P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop; "It", Theodore Sturgeon
Best Short Story: "The Tree on the Hill", H.P. Lovecraft and Duane W. Rimel; "Strange Playfellow", Isaac Asimov; "Thus I Refute Beelzy", John Collier; "Evening Primrose", John Collier; "Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius", Jorge Luis Borges
Best Graphic Story: Batman #1; Flash Comics #1; All-American Comics #16 (first appearance of the Green Lantern); Doc Savage Comics #1.
Best Dramatic Presentation (Long Form): "Fantasia", dir. Norman Ferguson et. al.
Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form): "A Wild Hare", dir. Fred Avery; "Black Friday", dir. Arthur Lubin; "The Ape", dir. William Nigh; "The Mummy's Hand", dir. Christy Cabanne; "Dr Cyclops", dir. Ernest B. Schoedsack.
Best Editor, Short Form: John W. Campbell, Jr.; Fredrik Pohl; Raymond A. Palmer; Farnsworth Wright; Mary Gnaedinger
Best Professional Artist: Edd Cartier; Virgil Finlay; H.R. Hammond; Hubert Rogers; J.W. Scott