151 thoughts on “What Did You Nominate for the 2017 Hugos?

  1. I am a little late to the game but here are some of my nom’s for this year.

    Novel:

    – Babylon’s Ashes; James S. A. Corey; Orbit / USA

    – The Girl Who Raced Fairyland All The Way Home; Catherynne M. Valente; Feiwel and Friends / USA

    – The Core of the Sun; Johanna Sinisalo and translated by Lola Rogers; Grove Press/Black Cat / USA

    – The Spider’s War; Daniel Abraham; Orbit / USA

    – The Obelisk Gate; N. K. Jemisin; Orbit / USA

    Novella:

    – Every Heart a Doorway ; Seanan McGuire; TOR / USA

    – The Lost Child of Lychford; Paul Cornell; TOR / USA

    – The Census-Taker; China Miéville; Del Rey / USA

    – The Last Days Of New Paris; China Miéville; Del Rey / Subterranean Press / USA

    – Penric and the Shaman; Lois McMaster Bujold; Spectrum Literary Agency / USA

    Related Work:

    – Then: A History of Science Fiction Fandom in the UK: 1930-1980; Rob Hansen; Ansible Editions / United Kingdom

    – The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction ; Neil Gaiman; William Morrow / HarperCollins

    – Bandersnatch: Lewis, Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration; Diana Pavlac Glyer; Kent State University Press

    – Traveler of Worlds: Conversations with Robert Silverberg; Alvaro Zinos-Amaro and Robert Silverberg; Fairwood Press

    – Spectrum 23: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art ; John Fleskes; Flesk Publications

    Series:

    – The Dark Tower; Stephen King (Beryl Evans); Charlie the
    Choo-Choo: From the world of The Dark Tower; Simon & Schuster

    – Vorkosi-verse ; Lois McMaster Bujold ; Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen ; Baen

    – Wild Cards; George R. R. Martin, Melinda Snodgrass, & 50+ other
    Authors; High Stakes; TOR / Bantam / Baen

    – The Dagger and the Coin; Daniel Abraham ; The Spider’s War ; Orbit

    – The Expanse; James S. A. Corey; Babylon’s Ashes ; Orbit

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