Nominations are open for the Hugo Awards

Nominations are open again for science fiction's Hugo Awards -- if you attended last year's WorldCon or have supported/bought a membership for this year's con, you get a vote. There's a lively LJ group discussing potential nominees (I often wait for the annual Locus Magazine best-of list to use as a crib for my nominations). My own eligible works are two novels: Pirate Cinema and Rapture of the Nerds (with Charles Stross), both from Tor Books. Here's Charlie Stross's list of eligible works, and here's a wider list instigated by John Scalzi. Feel free to leave your favorites (or own eligible works) in the comments here.


  1. I think my own Decrypting Rita qualifies, since the graphic novel award is still around. It’s a slickly-rendered story about what happens when the fastest woman ever built is dragged outside of reality by her ex; I published the first volume in late 2012.

    You can read it on the web, or grab a free pdf of the first volume right here.

  2. My novel, Snarled Threads (Thalia’s Musings, Voluime Two), for Best Novel. It was published online in serial form over the summer and fall of 2012, and as an ebook on December 12, 2012.

    Free online edition:

    Kindle edition:
    NOOK edition:

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