Category Archives: Hugo Project

Hugo Awards 2010

The 2010 Hugo nominations closed last night. The categorical selections for final voting will be announced on April 4. I’m excited! At least, a little bit. Last year, I had the privilege of randomly having read three of the five … Continue reading

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Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell

In keeping with my goals from the Hugo reading project I finished Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke yesterday. My review of the book is: A delight and I’ll never read it again. I won’t re-read it because … Continue reading

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2009 Hugo Awards (Nominations)

The 2009 Hugo award nominations are up and available for viewing! Surprise of surprises, I’ve read three of the five best novel nominees. Best Novel (639 Ballots) * Anathem by Neal Stephenson (Morrow; Atlantic UK) * The Graveyard Book by … Continue reading

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Hugo-Winning Novels == Blah?

I have a theory. My theory is that I don’t like Hugo winning novels. If you’re not familiar with the Hugos, it’s like the Academy Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy. There’s a whole bunch of categories, but the one … Continue reading

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