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Yearly Archives: 2010
Renovation, the 2011 World Science Fiction Convention, has announced an open competition for the design of the 2011 Hugo Award base. The convention is soliciting artists and designers from around the world to come up with a base that is … Continue reading
Weren’t able to attend the Hugo Awards Ceremony in Melbourne? Here’s our recording of the ceremony. 2010 Hugo Awards Ceremony from Kevin Standlee on Vimeo. This is from the same camera position as our live UStream feed, which was unfortunately … Continue reading
Aussiecon 4 has posted the Voting & Nominating Statistics for the 2010 Hugo Awards. Those of us responsible for maintaining TheHugoAwards.org are currently traveling in Australia and will update the historical information for this just-completed election when we get a … Continue reading
This is the speech delivered by Garth Nix at last night’s award ceremony. It is followed by the introductory film, “A Review of 2009,” by Mark Slater.
Presented at: Aussiecon 4, Melbourne, Australia, September 2-6, 2010 Toastmaster: Garth Nix Base design: Nick Stathopoulos with laser etching by Lewis Morley and incorporating the Aussiecon 4 logo by Grant Gittus Awards Administration: Vincent Docherty, Kate Kligman Best Novel: TIE: … Continue reading
You will be able to follow the 2010 Hugo Award Ceremony live from Melbourne using the window below. The 2010 Hugo Award Ceremony Cheryl Morgan and Mur Lafferty will be on hand in the auditorium in Melbourne to introduce the … Continue reading
Worldcon is now underway in Australia. The room in which the Hugo Award ceremony is very splendid, and what’s more has excellent wi-fi coverage at a reasonable price. There is also a good 3G signal for mobile phones. It therefore … Continue reading
Because this year’s Worldcon is in Australia, many of the nominees can’t attend. Some of them, however, can make it as far as Atlanta, and Dragon*Con has kindly laid on an event at which those nominees, and anyone else interested, … Continue reading
Comic creator Phil Foglio will shortly be issuing a compendium edition of volumes #1-#3 of Girl Genius (volume #8 of which won the first ever Best Graphic Novel Hugo Award last year). It is part of a new graphic novel … Continue reading