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Aussiecon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, has announced the ballot for the 2010 Hugo Awards. Best Novel (699 Ballots) Boneshaker, Cherie Priest (Tor) The City & The City, China Miéville (Del Rey; Macmillan UK) Julian Comstock: A Story … Continue reading
The 2010 Hugo Awards were announced at a live ceremony in London today, and also live on the Internet via the Aussiecon4 Twitter feed. The full list of nominees is available on the Aussiecon 4 web site. We will add … Continue reading
From the Aussiecon 4 news feed: Aussiecon 4 received a record number of nominations for the 2010 Hugo Awards: 864, up from 799 nomination ballots at Anticipation in 2009 and 483 at Denvention 3 in 2008. This year’s Hugo Award … Continue reading
Because we get a number of inquiries from publishers about the Hugo awards, we have created a special information page for them. You can find it here.
If you want to participate in the nominations stage of this year’s Hugo Awards, and you were not a member of the 2009 Worldcon in Montréal, then you must purchase at least a Supporting Membership in this year’s Worldcon by … Continue reading
In 1979 Worldcon was held in Brighton, England, and the BBC sent along a film crew. They were making a series of programs, Time out of Mind, about science fiction writers, and Worldcon was a good place to get footage. … Continue reading
The Anticipation folks have made a DVD of the 2009 Hugo Award Ceremony available for sale. It costs $9.95 + postage, and you can buy it from CreateSpace. A DVD of the convention’s masquerade is also available.
As per our tweet earlier today, Aussiecon 4 has opened nominations for the 2010 Hugo Awards. And being in Australia, which started 2010 long before most of us, they were very quick off the mark indeed. You can find the … Continue reading
John Scalzi reports that the Tor edition of his book Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded is going to hit the book stores soon (the official publication date is January 5th). As far as we know, this is the first … Continue reading