The 2009 Hugo Awards Final Ballot is out. I'm honored, thrilled, and tickled several shades of pink to be nominated in the Best Editor, Long Form category for the third year in a row. I'm just as thrilled (okay, almost as thrilled, and really by a hair's breadth) to see two stories from Fast Forward 2on the ballot. A huge congratulations then to Benjamin Rosenbaum & Cory Doctorow for their Best Novella nomination for "True Names," and Paolo Bacigalupi for his Best Novelette nomination for "The Gambler." (And those are links to both stories online, for those who haven't read them yet and would like to do so before voting in the final round.)
Meanwhile, a huge congratulations to Pyr authors Charles Coleman Finlay, Ian McDonald and Mike Resnick on their Hugo nominations (for non-Pyr work,but no less thrilled for them), and to the artists we've worked with on various Pyr covers - John Picacio, Daniel Dos Santos, and Bob Eggleton.
And, really, a huge congratulatons to everyone on the ballot. I'm happy for so many folks. What a year! And, of course, you know I'm loving that The Dark Knight is on there too, as it should be. See you all in Montréal.
Update 3/20: Since it's come up, here's a list of the books I edited in 2008.
I just saw the list of nominees over on Scalzi's blog. Congratulations! It's fantastic to see your name on the list, not to mention all the other Pyr authors and artists.
(I really, really loved both stories from FF2. Fingers crossed for all of you.)
Congratulations to one and all!
Now I need to go see the entire list.
Congratulations, Lou. It's that most wonderful time of the year again.
Thank you all very much! Means a lot!
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