Hugo Nominations So Far

As I’ve mentioned before, baby is taking up so much of my thoughts I haven’t been reading nearly as much as usual. However, the upside is I’m reading a bit more short fiction than normal. Below are my Hugo nominations so far. However, I might manage to read a couple more short stories between now and closing time so it might change.

Best Novel

I would add The Martian by Andy Weir except from what I understand, it isn’t actually eligible since it was successfully (?) self-published first.

Best Novella

Best Novellet

Best Short Story

The John W. Campbell Award (not a Hugo)

3 thoughts on “Hugo Nominations So Far

  1. CiaraCat

    Since they won’t rule on the eligibility of The Martian unless it receives enough nominations to make the short list, it can’t hurt to nominate it if you have an empty slot on your ballot! 🙂

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  2. Jaeger

    I read and enjoyed enough books in 2014 to fill my five novel nomination slots without The Martian. So my problem is deciding whether I ought to displace something I liked for The Martian, on the chance that the Hugo committee will decide that it’s eligible after all (and that enough other people will decide to nominate it no matter the dispute over its eligibility).

    At the moment my novel nominations are The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley, The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu, Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie, Lock In by John Scalzi, and City of Stairs by Robert Jackson.

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