The Hugo Award nominees were announced over the weekend, and BCS is a finalist for Best Semiprozine!
Thanks very much to all who found us worthy! The Hugos are the oldest and most prestigious award in the field, and Best Semiprozine is an honor for the whole magazine overall, so we’re very proud to be thusly recognized.
Thank you very much to everyone who has helped make BCS what it has become, including Assistant Editor Kate Marshall, all our authors and artists, and of course every one of our readers and fans.
Congratulations also to the BCS authors who had other work named finalists:
- Aliette de Bodard, both in Best Novella for On a Red Station, Drifting and Best Short Story for “Immersion”
- Saladin Ahmed, in Best Novel for his novel Throne of the Crescent Moon, the Arabaian-esque fantasy novel of his characters from “Where Virtue Lives”
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