55 thoughts on “What Did You Nominate For The 2021 Hugo Awards?

  1. Novel:
    The Relentless Moon, Mary Robinette Kowal
    The Ministry for the Future, Kim Stanley Robinson
    The Space Between Worlds, Micaiah Johnson
    The Book of Keli, M. R. Carey
    Network Effect, Martha Wells

    Ring Shout, P. Djeli Clark
    Upright Women Wanted, Sarah Gailey
    Semper Augustus, Nancy Kress
    The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water, Zen Cho
    Riot Baby, Tochi Onyebuchi

    Yellow and the Perception of Reality, Maureen McHugh
    If You Take My Meaning, Charlie Jane Anders
    Tunnels, Eleanor Arnason
    Two Truths and a Lie, Sarah Pinsker
    Color, Heat, and the Wreck of the Argo, Catherynne M. Valente

    Short Story:
    The Girlfriend’s Guide to Gods, Maria Dahvanna Headley
    Otto Hahn Speaks to the Dead, Octavia Cade
    The Translator, at Low Tide, Vajra Chandrasekera
    How to Pay Reparations: A Documentary, Tochi Onyebuchi
    Sela, Thief, Zabe Bent

  2. @Sean Mead, Meredith Moment: Brust’s The Baron of Magister Valley is on sale for $2.99 at Kobo (and presumably other ebook venders). Thanks again for letting me know (via your nomination) that it’s out!

  3. My one nomination that’s unlikely to be nominated by anybody else:

    “Zoey’s Extraordinary Dad” in the Short Form Dramatic Presentation category. It’s the season-ending episode of the much underrated series Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.

    “Zoey’s Extraordinary Dad” has AT LEAST two votes, because I voted for it as well.

  4. Best Novel:
    Agency; William Gibson
    The Angel of the Crows; Katherine Addison
    Machine; Elizabeth Bear
    The Vanished Birds; Simon Jimenez
    The Ministry of the Future; Kim Stanley Wilson

    Best Novella
    Prosper’s Demon; K. J. Parker (Tom Holt)
    The Empress of Salt and Fortune; Nghi Vo
    Ring Shout (I get that different sources say novella or novel); P. Djèlí Clark?
    Upright Women Wanted; Sarah Gailey

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