2011 Hugo Award Nominations Are Open

Renovation, the 2011 World Science Fiction Convention, has announced that the 2011 Hugo Nominations are now open.

Nominating ballots may be submitted online or via mail by Renovation members who join before January 31, 2011, and by all supporting and attending members of Aussiecon 4, the 2010 Worldcon.  If you would like to nominate and are not a member, more information on how to join can be found on Renovation’s membership page.

For information on the 2011 Hugo Awards, including how to submit ballots, please visit the Renovation website.

Note that the deadline for nominations is Saturday, March 26th, 2011, 23:59 PDT.

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3 Responses to 2011 Hugo Award Nominations Are Open

  1. Time for various surveys and polls lists of Best SF of 2010

    Here’s our team’s for what its worth
    http://www.concatenation.org/news/news1~11.html#best_books

    and Dramatic Long Form

    http://www.concatenation.org/news/news1~11.html#best_films

  2. Jones says:

    why didn’t the 1951 movie The Day the Earth Stood Still not get a [Retro-]Hugo Award?

  3. Kevin says:

    Jones: Because the 1951 Retro-Hugo Awards were for works generally first appearing or published in 1950. The Hugo Awards are dated based on the year they are awarded, not the “eligibility year,” because in certain circumstances, works may have appeared prior to the “eligibility year.”

    The Day the Earth Stood Still, having been released in 1951, would be eligible for the 1952 Retro-Hugo Awards. Under current rules, the first time Retro-Hugo Awards for 1952 can be presented would be at the 2027 Worldcon.

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