Tag Archives: Hugo Award

Ann Leckie on Hugos, pronouns and Genitalia Festivals

So another reason why I have been slow to post lately has been the volume of freelance interviews I’ve been doing lately. Like talking to the current queen of space opera, Ann Leckie. Squee! In a recent interview for AZCentral, Leckie, … Continue reading

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Hugo Drama Continues as Black Gate Withdraws from Consideration (Updated)

While the final ballot appeared settled last week, another Puppy nominee has withdrawn from the Hugo Awards. The blog Black Gate Magazine was nominated in the best fanzine category as part of Vox Day’s Rabid Puppy slate. Previously Black Gate contributor … Continue reading

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Three Body Problem in the Hugo Race

With Marko Kloos’ withdrawing his novel Lines of Departure from consideration for the Best Novel Hugo award, Liu Cixin’s magnificent Chinese space opera, The Three Body Problem, was added to the shortlist.  Originally released in 2008, the novel was released in English, … Continue reading

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Two Puppies withdraw from Hugo Ballot

Annie Bellet and Marko Kloos have withdrawn their nominations from the Hugo ballot. Both were part of the Sad and Rabid Puppies slates. They join Matthew David Surridge, a fan writer who declined his nomination before the nominees were announced. In … Continue reading

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Kim Stanley Robinson talks to the Arizona Republic

I can’t take credit for this, but I have to share it. My friend Kerry Lengel recently spoke at length with Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author Kim Stanley Robinson.  The utopian/environmental sci-fi author, known for such masterpieces as the Mars … Continue reading

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