Voting on the Final Ballot for this year’s Hugo Awards closes on Friday. You can vote online (click here for the voting form), but please don’t leave it until the last minute. We don’t want to overload Anticipation’s servers. Also make sure you know your PIN now. You’ll need it to vote.
As scheduled, the contest to find an official logo for the Hugo Awards closed at midnight Pacific Time on May 31st, 2009. 390 entries were received from 219 entrants, with a little over half arriving during the last five days of the contest. New entries continued to arrive right up until the final minutes that the contest was open, including several submitted within five minutes of the contest deadline.
We have processed and acknowledged all of the entries in the Hugo Award Logo Contest that we have received. If you submitted an entry and have not received an acknowledgment or request for additional information, contact us at <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>email@example.com to follow up and trace your entry.
It will take some time for the contest judges to evaluate the submitted designs, and we therefore cannot promise a specific date by which we will contact entrants with the results of their deliberations. We continue to plan to announce the final results at this year’s Worldcon,
Entries for the Hugo Awards Logo Contest are now closed. Please do no submit any more entries, as we will not consider them. If you submitted an entry prior to the deadline and do not receive an acknowledgment from us by the end of the day (North American Pacific Time) on June 2, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to follow up and confirm that we received it.