2014 Hugo Awards

The 2014 Hugo Awards were presented at LonCon 3 on Sunday. Here is a rundown of the results:

Ann Leckie’s debut novel Ancillary Justice won the 2014 Hugo Award for Best Novel.

Congratulations to the winners.

I’m diving into Ancillary Justice and will have a review coming soon. It looks like an intriguing premise – a space opera about a sentient spaceship inhabiting a humanoid body that is seeking revenge on its destroyers. Considering the hype and the accolades it has already received, including the Nebula, Locus, Arthur C. Clarke and British Sci-Fi Awards, I expect it to meet my expectations. It should be a thrill, especially considering it is Leckie’s debut.

Also, all of the short stories are available free on Tor.com, just click the links above.

Again, congratulations all around!

About Michael Senft

I am a freelance writer and critic from Phoenix Arizona. I spent 10 years covering music, the arts and pop culture for the “Arizona Republic” before life circumstances took me away from newspaper. But I never lost my joy at writing. Or reading.
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