This site now hosts a complete archive of PDF versions of The Problemist Supplement, from 1992 to the current year. This magazine is aimed mainly at newcomers to chess composition, so it is recommended for those who want to find out more about chess problems. You can find the archive here.
Reason for choice: This is an amazing problem. It has a perfect threat and two wonderful variations. In both variations black unpins the white queen. The unpinned queen plays sacrificial moves and after that there are battery cross-checks. (Misha).
The judge for the award wrote: "A brilliant and outstanding masterpiece that speaks for itself. Highlights worth pointing out again are the fine quiet threat 2.Qg6, the elegant continuations 1...Rf5/Sf5 2.Qf4/Qh4 (and not the other way round!) and the interesting byplay 1...Pe5 2.Qf5!" (Michael Keller)