Blogging the Hugo Awards

The Philip K. Dick Awards have been announced. The Nebulas have been announced. We didn’t cover them, but the Stokers, the Tiptree, and so many other awards have been announced. What’s left? There’s a few, but the biggest one on Spec Chic’s radar is the Hugos!

You may think that blogging the Hugos would be a daunting project for the blog, but given how much crossover there has been with the Nebulas, it’s turning into something very manageable! As with the PDK and the Nebulas, we’ll be indexing our reviews here, so you can bookmark this page and keep checking back between now and August 11th for updates, or you can subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss a thing!

As with the Nebulas, we will not be reviewing everything, so you can check out the full list of nominations here.

Best Novel 

Best Novella 

Best Novelette

Best Short Story 

Best Graphic Story

Best Dramatic Presentation: Long Form

Best Dramatic Presentation: Short Form

Best Series 

As always, the goal is to get everything reviewed/discussed by time the winners are announced on Friday, August 11th. As each review goes live, we’ll update this page.

To learn more about the Hugo Awards, please click here.

8/12/17 Update: The winners have been announced and you can read the full list here. Congratulations to all of the winners, and specifically N.K. Jemisin for The Obelisk Gate, Seanan McGuire for Every Heart a Doorway, Ursula Vernon’s “The Tomato Thief,” Amal El-Mohtar’s “Seasons of Glass and Iron,” Marjorie Lie and Sana Takeda’s Monstress, Arrival, “Levithan Wakes” from The Expanse, The Vorkosigan Saga, and Ada Palmer for her John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer!

1 Comment

  • Kelly McCarty August 10, 2017 at 1:28 am

    I’ve read three out of the six novellas and I think Every Heart a Doorway will take the Hugo.


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