I could grouse and carp about the Hugos, but I won’t

The Hugo awards were announced last Saturday, while I was sleeping off the effects of my hard work at Blues N Brews. And if you compare the winners to how I cast my ballot, you can probably infer how I feel about the whole process. But I’ll talk about it a little anyway.

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Obligatory Hugo musings

Well, here we go: the Hugo nominations have been announced. Time to get reading. Some more. I’ve read one of the books. Of all the unread stories on my iTouch, the two I had most been looking forward to reading are among the nominees. I will admit there’s a couple that I’ve been avoiding. But […]

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What to nominate?

It’s time to think about Hugo nominations again. When I look over my notes here, I see three stories from 2010 that I liked:  “Stereogram of the Gray Fort, in the Days of Her Glory,” “The Red Bride,” and “Iteration.” It’s a while since I’ve really fallen in love with a story, and longer since […]

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