Monday, March 23, 2009

Hugo Award nominations

The nominations for this year’s Hugo Award for science fiction have been announced. The award covers several categories, and these are the nominees for best novel :
Anathem by Neal Stephenson
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
Saturn’s Children by Charles Stross
Zoe’s Tale by John Scalzi
You can find links to information about each of the books here.

Variety SF has links to the prize-winning short fiction online, so you can enjoy some excellent writing without having to spend on a book!

6 comments:

Ted Mahsun said...

All of them deserve the prize!

bibliobibuli said...

Ted - have you read 'em all?

Ted Mahsun said...

Err... You've caught me! Mea culpa!

I've read some of them, but the rest, I've read the authors' previous works and am confident enough in their skills of storytelling for them to write another great book.

Little Brother is a little preachy though.

I guess I was looking more at the authors themselves, rather than the books that were nominated. IMHO, all the authors deserve to be given a Hugo.

bibliobibuli said...

have you read Anathem? it's huge and if you want this copy i will pass it to you

simon said...

i'm planning to buy the graveyard book by gaiman, coz he's like, my fav author and all... but science fiction? that's stretching the definition a bit. :)

Anonymous said...

Are there any South East Asian science fiction writers?