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2010 Hugo Awards nominations are out
by Doc on Apr.05, 2010, under Awards
The nominations list for the 2010 Hugo Awards is out, and its a long one, available below and here. The Hugos will be awarded at the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, which is at Aussiecon 4, September 2nd-6th, 2010 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia. If you are going to purchase any of the nominees to check them out, be sure to use our [aml] link.
2009 Hugo winners announced
by Doc on Aug.10, 2009, under Awards
This year’s Hugo Awards were handed out at Anticipation in Montreal, the 67th World Science Fiction Convention. Read More for a complete list.
First edition of every Hugo and Nebula Award Winner for $116,530
by Doc on Mar.10, 2009, under Awards, Fun Stuff
Scott Laming writes “This is a must for all hardcore SF fans. You can buy a first edition copy of every Hugo and Nebula award winner atll at once for $116,530. Check out the First edition Hugo and Nebula Winners at AbeBooks.com.
If money was no object and you wanted to create the ultimate modern science fiction and fantasy rare book collection in a single swoop, then what you need is first editions of all the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novels for a cool $116,530.
The listing includes 126 books covering 82 titles (many titles won both awards), and 95% of the titles are signed or inscribed, and in fine or better condition. When a paperback is the true first edition, then the first hardcover is also included. In some cases, US and UK hardcovers have been included where the paperback is the true first.” Seems a little steep, but they are first editions at least…
2008 Hugo award winners
by Doc on Aug.11, 2008, under Awards
The 2008 Hugo wards were announced on Saturday at the 66th World Science Fiction Convention/Denvention 3. Read More for a complete list of the winners.
2008 Hugo Award nominees announced
by Doc on Mar.21, 2008, under Awards
The list of nominees for this year’s Hugo Awards and the John W. Campbell Award is out. A quick list of the Dramatic Presentation awards: Long form: Enchanted; The Golden Compass; Heroes Season 1; Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; and Stardust. Short form: Battlestar Galactica, “Razor”; Doctor Who, “Blink”; Doctor Who, “Human Nature/Family of Blood”; Star Trek New Voyages, “World Enough and Time”; Torchwood; “Captain Jack Harkness”. The Hugo Award ceremony will take place at Denvention 3, the 44th World Science Fiction Convention, August 6th-10th, 2008.
2007 Hugo Award winners announced
by Doc on Sep.04, 2007, under Awards
The 65th World Science Fiction Convention, this year held Nippon 2007 in Yokohama, Japan, was this past weekend, and as part of it the 2007 Hugo Awards winners were announced. A couple highlights: Best Novel, Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge; Best Short Story: ?Impossible Dreams? by Tim Pratt; Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form: Pan?s Labyrinth; Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form: Doctor Who – ?Girl in the Fireplace?
2007 Hugo Award nominees released
by Doc on Mar.29, 2007, under Awards
The nominees for the 2007 Hugo Awards have been released. For Dramatic Presentation Short Form, Doctor Who received three nominations (the two-part “Army of Ghosts” and “Doomsday”, “Girl in the Fireplace” and “School Reunion”), bookended by Battlestar Galactica (“Downloaded”) and Stargate SG-1 (“200”).
2006 Hugo awards results
by Doc on Aug.27, 2006, under Awards
The 2006 Hugo Awards were given out at this years Worldcon at LACon IV in Los Angeles this weekend. Serenity and Doctor Who took home the Dramatic Presentation awards…Read More for the complete list.
2006 Hugo Award nominees
by Doc on Mar.24, 2006, under Awards
The nominees for the 2006 Hugo Awards have been announced, and will be awarded at L.A. Con IV in Los Angeles August 23-27, 2006. Among the movie entries are Narnia, Harry Potter, and Serenity, and for TV there are three episodes of Doctor Who and “Pegasus” from Battlestar Galactica.
2005 Hugo winners announced at Worldcon
by Doc on Aug.07, 2005, under Awards
The 2005 Hugo Awards were given out this weekend at this year’s World Science Fiction Convention at Interaction in Glasgow, Scotland. The Incredibles won for Best Dramatic Presentation Long Form, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Suzanna Clarke won Best Novel, and the Battlestar Galactica episode “33” won Best Dramatic Presentation Short Form. Read More for the full list.