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The 2018 World Science Fiction Convention, Worldcon 76, announced the winners of the 1943 Retrospective Hugo Awards at a ceremony on the evening of Thursday, August 16, 2018. 703 valid ballots (688 electronic and 15 paper) were received and counted … Continue reading
The finalists for the 2018 Hugo Awards, Award for Best Young Adult Book, and John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer and for the 1943 Retrospective Hugo Awards were announced at simultaneous events held in San Jose, California, at … Continue reading
Presented at: Worldcon 76, San José, California, USA, August 16, 2018 Host: Eric Zuckerman Base design: Kevin Roche Awards Administration: Dave McCarty, Linda Deneroff, Deb Geisler, Susan de Guardiola, Sandra Levy, John Pomeranz, Kevin Roche, Kevin Standlee, Leane Verhulst The … Continue reading
The 74th World Science Fiction Convention, MidAmeriCon II, announced the winners of the 1941 Retrospective Hugo Awards at a ceremony on the evening of Thursday, August 18, 2016. 869 valid ballots were received and counted in the final ballot. BEST … Continue reading
Presented at: MidAmeriCon II, Kansas City, Missouri, USA Hosts: Mariss Pelot, Kevin Roche Base design: Brent Simmons Awards Administration: Dave McCarty, Will Frank, Tammy Coxen, Diane Lacey, and Joe Siclari The World Science Fiction Society Constitution allows, but does not … Continue reading
Presented at: Renovation, Reno, Nevada, August 17-21, 2011 Toastmaster: Jay Lake & Ken Scholes Base design: Marina Gélineau Awards Administration: Vincent Docherty & Kate Kligman Best Novel Blackout/All Clear, Connie Willis (Ballantine Spectra) Feed, Mira Grant (Orbit) Cryoburn, Lois McMaster … 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: Nippon 2007, Yokohama, Japan, August 23-27, 2007 Toastmaster: George Takei & Nozomi Ohmori Base design: Takashi Kinoshita, KAIYODO Awards Administration: Joyce Hooper Best Novel Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge [Tor, 2006] Glasshouse by Charles Stross [Ace, 2006] His … Continue reading
Presented at: The Millennium Philcon, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 30 – September 3, 2001 Toastmaster: Base design: Awards Administration: Saul Jaffe, Rick Katze Best Novel Farmer in the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein [Boy’s Life Aug,Sep,Oct,Nov 1950; Scribner’s, 1950] Pebble in … Continue reading