01-03-2011, 12:33 PM
For any BCS readers interested in nominating for the 2011 Hugo Awards, here are details on how you can nominate and links to several of our best-reviewed stories of the year.
Are You Eligible to Nominate?
To be eligible to make nominations, you must be either have purchased a membership to the 2011 Worldcon, Renovation, before Jan. 31, 2011, or you must have been a member of the 2010 Worldcon, Aussiecon.
Deadline to Nominate:
You must have your nominations in before Saturday, March 26, 2011.
How to Nominate:
Renovation’s webpage Hugo Nominations has an online nomination form and a printable one you can fill out and mail in.
What BCS Stories are Eligible:
Everything published in 2010, which is BCS Issue #34 through Issue #59, inclusive.
Here’s a list of some of our best-reviewed stories of 2010, including which Hugo category they fit in (Novelette or Short Story). For a list of all eligible BCS stories, see this Hugo post in our Forums.
T.F. Davenport, “The Motor, the Mirror, the Mind“
James Lecky, “And Other Such Delights“
Marissa Lingen, “The Six Skills of Madame Lumiere“
Yoon Ha Lee, “The Territorialist“
Ann Leckie, “Beloved of the Sun“
Best Short Story:
J. Kathleen Cheney, “Fleurs du Mal“
Rosamund Hodge, “More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand“
Erin Cashier, “Eighth Eye“
Mishell Baker, “Throwing Stones“
Kris Millering, “The Isthmus Variation“
Margaret Ronald, “A Serpent in the Gears“
Best Semipro Zine:
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
For more information on the Hugo categories, read Renovation’s Hugo FAQ.
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