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Similar to previous years, the 2021 novelette ballot is very strong. I’ve found all six stories interesting, and really enjoyed four of them, all of which I consider Hugo contenders. All six stories feature superb writing, and it’s mainly the … Continue reading
In all honesty, the Wild Cards universe is not my favorite urban fantasy setting. It is a distant second to Larry Correia’s Grimnoir Chronicles, but it does have its charm. The different writers add variety, and in particular the early … Continue reading
This year, the selection of novelettes did not reach the quality of the previous years. Back in 2018 and 2019, I was hard-pressed to find my favorite story, and even to select the top three was difficult. In 2020, only … Continue reading
The novelettes category for the 2019 Hugo Awards is amazingly well stacked. It will be the only one where I’d rank all the nominated works, and with a good reason: I liked all stories. Many of these works were deeply … Continue reading