Karl Gallagher (selenite) wrote,
Karl Gallagher
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Hugo Nominations

As a voter for last year's Hugos I may nominate for this year's. Here's my ballot so far. I may be adding some more as I find ones I like amid the discussions and flames. The Martian's eligibility is disputed, though there's precedent for it with Old Man's War.

Best Novel:

The Martian, Andy Weir, Random House
A Sword Into Darkness, Thomas A Mays, Stealth Books
Owner's Share, Nathan Lowell, Indie
Islands of Rage and Hope, John Ringo, Baen
Wood Sprites, Wen Spencer, Baen

Best Novella:

Bare Snow Falling on Fairywood, Wen Spencer, Baen

Best Novelette:

Whoever Fights Monsters, Wen Spencer, Baen
Tokyo Raider, Larry Correia, Baen

Best Short Story:

The Golden Knight, K.D. Julicher, Baen
Sucker Punch, Eric Raymond, Castalia House
Totaled, Kary English, Galaxy's Edge

Best Related Work:

Why Science Is Never Settled, Tedd Roberts, Baen
Robert A. Heinlein, Vol 2: In Dialogue with His Century Volume 2: The Man Who Learned Better, William H. Patterson Jr., Macmillan

Best Graphic Story:

Schlock Mercenary: Massively Parallel, Howard Tayler, Hypernode Press
Quantum Vibe Volume 2: Murphy, Scott Bieser, Big Head Press

Best Dramatic Presentation (Long Form):

Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn, Marvel

Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form):

Outlander, "Both Sides Now", Diana Gabaldon/Ronald D. Moore, Sony
The Verse, Julian Higgins, Loot Crate

Best Professional Editor (Long Form):

Toni Weisskopf

Best Fan Writer:

Eric Raymond http://esr.ibiblio.org/
Jeffro Johnson http://www.castaliahouse.com/posts/


The John W. Campbell Award (not a Hugo):

Andy Weir, The Martian
Thomas A Mays, A Sword Into Darkness
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