It’s that time of year again – awards season is here! Today we will be talking about the Hugo Awards!
The Hugo Awards are a fan award and one of longest-running and most prestigious under the SFF umbrella. Each year the winners are announced at the World Science Fiction Convention (aka WorldCon). Worldcon 2017 or WorldCon 75, will take place in Helsinki, Finland between from 9-13 August.
Now, even if you are not attending WorldCon 75, please note that ANY SFF fan can sign up for a supporting membership ($40/€35) which gives you the right to nominate and vote for the Hugos – this year’s nominating process is already open.
On The Book Smugglers’ Eligibility
The Book Smugglers blog is eligible for the Best Semiprozine category.
Book Smugglers Publishing
The short stories, novelettes, novellas and novels we edited and published last year are also eligible for…
Best Short Story
- The Indigo Mantis by E. Catherine Tobler;
- How to Piss Off a Failed Super Soldier by John Chu;
- Medium by Charles Payseur;
- Ruby by Anna Hight;
- Kid Dark Against the Machine by Tansy Rayner Roberts;
- Superior by Jessica Lack;
- The Life and Times of Angel Evans by Meredith Debonnaire;
- The Little Homo Sapiens Scientist by S. L. Huang;
Cover art by Kirbi Fagan
- Extrahumans by Susan Jane Bigelow;
- Hurricane Heels by Isabel Yap;
Fangirl Happy Hour: the podcast that Ana co-hosts with Renay.
Best Related Work
Octavia Cade’s Food & Horror series
Carlie st George’s Trope Anatomy 101 series
Thanks for considering us and our authors!
Hugo Awards 2017 – Nominations and EligibilityJanuary 16, 2017 at 5:27 am
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