The Hugo nominations period is open. (Nominations are due by Saturday, March 26th, 2011.) There's a lot of talk about which novels should be nominated (and win) the Hugo award.
If you are not eligible to vote (and choose not to purchase a supporting membership which would allow you to vote) , here's your chance to sound off.
Tell us which novel you think should win the Hugo Award!
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by RedEyedGhostPosted february 19, 2011
The Half-Made World by Felix Gilman should win, but I doubt it will even get enough votes to be nominated. Amazing book.
by odo_sfPosted february 19, 2011
Surface Detail, by Iain M. Banks. I will nominate it and vote for it.
by valashainPosted february 19, 2011
In think it is past time Ian McDonald won one. Don't think it will happen this year though.
by EruditeogrePosted february 20, 2011
Tough one. There are a few good candidates that I have not read yet, but of what I have perused . . . I think Jemisin's Hundred Thousand Kingdoms and Okorafor's Who Fears Death are my top choices. I hope to get to Cat Valente's Habitation of the Blessed soon, and that could be a contender from what I have heard. Paolo Bacigalupi's Ship Breaker would also be a fine choice, but I think the other two edge it out.