The 2014 Hugos were awarded at Loncon3 last night -- the largest Worldcon in history, with the largest voter pool in history, too. Ann Leckie won Best Novel for her excellent Ancillary Justice, and I accepted the Best Graphic Story for Randall Munroe's masterpiece Time, in full XKCD cosplay.
On IO9, Charlie Jane Anders rounds up the best moments from the ceremony, while John Scalzi reflects on the disastrous attempt to increase the prominence of reactionary SF at the awards, which included an effort to secure an award for a dreadful story by an avowed racist.
The full results are on the official Hugo page. Our sincere congrats to all the winners and several of the nominees!
(Image: @Jourdan_Cameron, thumbnail from IO9)
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