Ladies and gentlemen – your 2015 Hugo final ballot!
Or it will be if Brad Torgersen and Vox Day get their wish.
There are 7 entries on Torgersen’s list that don’t overlap Day’s. There are 11 on Day’s list that aren’t on Torgersen’s (including two nominations for Vox Day himself, and one for Torgersen, who listed none of his own work).
And Larry Correia doubtless will have something to say later, having written a few days ago encouraging his readers to join the Worldcon so they’d be eligible to vote the slate.
In 2014, Sad Puppies 2 placed 7 of its 12 recommendations on the final Hugo ballot.
The one thing that completely astonishes me about these lists is that they left William Patterson’s Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century Volume 2: The Man Who Learned Better out of the Best Related Work category. Besides the subject, Heinlein, Patterson the author once lectured at the Cato Institute. What kind of right wingers are they, anyway?
Update 02/02/2015: Adjusted the number of Vox Day self-nominations to two, based on a subsequent change in his post which replaced his short story with a work by John C. Wright. // And Larry Correia has now posted his take on SP3. Considering how pleased he sounds about “getting the SJWs to have a giant public freak out” it’s ironic that he closes his post “There’s a blog that hates me and constantly misconstrues what Sad Puppies is about. If I recall correctly it has something like TWENTY EIGHT Hugo nominations.” As Rick asked Major Strasser in Casablanca — “Are my eyes really blue?”