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W. Kamau Bell Aug 20
So which writer &/or journalist is writing the story of the Black woman () who's the 1st person to win 3 IN A ROW? Focusing on the significance of a Black woman doing this & the telling fact that her books have yet to show up onscreen as films/TV shows?
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K Tempest #WakandaForever Bradford Aug 19
Somewhere Larry Correia, Brad Torgerson, VD, and Jon Del Arroz are steeping in the bitterest of bitter white tears over tonight and I AM HERE FOR IT.
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Fran Wilde Apr 1
So this happened yesterday and I'm still feeling amazed I get to share the short story list with these incredible writers and their wonderful stories. Congratulations to the finalists in every category!
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Kelly Robson Aug 20
She won because she worked her ass off to become an amazingly skilled writer, and is still working to get better and better. won on MERIT, and anyone who says differently can fight me outside.
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Locus Magazine Aug 19
The winner for Best Novel is The Stone Sky, by N.K. Jemisin (Orbit)
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John Picacio Aug 19
Told you I was gonna move this year's Hugos like a freight train. Safely pulled into station. Let's hit the parties. :)
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Renay Mar 31
Hooray, is nominated for Best Fancast. :D
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M. Trota Fieriosa πŸ”₯πŸœπŸ“–πŸ¦„ Aug 19
at & the . Here we go... GOOD LUCK EVERYONE YOU ARE ALL AMAZING AND WONDERFUL!!!
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AlasdAAAAAhhhaaaAAAHHHHH Spooky Choir Singing Mar 31
HOLY SHIT is nominated for Best Semiprozine at the ! First audio first magazine to ever get there!
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Sam J. Miller Aug 25
Thank you for providing amazing gift bags for all the nominees at !!
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Locus Magazine Aug 19
The winner for The World Science Fiction Society (WSFS) Award for Best Young Adult Book is Akata Warrior, by Nnedi Okorafor (Viking)
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W. Kamau Bell Aug 20
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Julia Rios Aug 19
Best novel goes to !!!! Who has the SPARKLIEST CAPE! And who writes books that are amazing and heartbreaking and wonderful! This is a great year for
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Sam J. Miller Aug 26
The terrifying and glamorous "mecha-Predator go-go boys" very obligingly posed for selfies with all their fans at the at (thanks for the great moniker for them)
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Rod Mar 31
It isn't an easy decision, but Down Among the Sticks and Bones by is definitely my favorite for Best Novella. Sincerely is one of the best books I've read this year
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David Guymer Aug 20
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CarolC Jan 20
Pssst. The Good Place Season 1 for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form. Pass it on.
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Rachael K. Jones Aug 19
It turns out the real Hugo was the friends we made along the way.
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Yuko Shimizu Aug 20
I'm reposting this because I am super flattered. So, apparently, I missed the final ballot of by a single vote. I don't work primarily in Sci-Fi fantasy genre, and this is like the most amazing news. I'd love to tell my 12 year old self. Thank you
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Tochi Onyebuchi Aug 19
THREE PEAT!!!!!!!!! MURDERED THE GAME WITH THE STONE SKY YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS
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