All Hugos (the physical award) are not created equal, and this one looks especially cool. Imagine that on the ole mantel. Congratulations to everyone who won, especially my friend and co-worker Tim Pratt, who won for his story "Impossible Dreams".
I would have loved to have been able to go to Japan for Worldcon this year, but giving birth to my daughter was certainly the best reason for missing it. She is asleep in my lap as I write this, my little rockstar.
She's been going into work at Locus with me for the past few weeks, with only a couple of rough spots so far. It's great to be back; I really missed it. I think it's actually going to work.
The 2007 Hugo Awards, held at Nippon 2007, the 65th World Science Fiction Convention, on September 1st 2007, are as follows:
- Best Novel: Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge [Tor, 2006]
- Best Novella: “A Billion Eves” by Robert Reed [Asimov’s Oct/Nov 2006]
- Best Novelette: “The Djinn’s Wife” by Ian McDonald [Asimov’s July 2006]
- Best Short Story: “Impossible Dreams” by Tim Pratt [Asimov’s July 2006]
- Best Related Non-Fiction Book: James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B Sheldon by Julie Phillips [St. Martin’s Press, 2006]
- Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form: Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) Screenplay by Guillermo del Toro. Directed by Guillermo del Toro [Picturehouse]
- Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form: Doctor Who - “Girl in the Fireplace” (2006) Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Euros Lyn [BBC Wales/BBC1]
- Best Editor, Long Form: Patrick Nielsen Hayden
- Best Editor, Short Form: Gordon Van Gelder
- Best Professional Artist: Donato Giancola
- Best Semiprozine: Locus ed. by Charles N. Brown, Kirsten Gong-Wong and Liza Groen Trombi
- Best Fanzine: Science-Fiction Five-Yearly ed. by Lee Hoffman, Geri Sullivan, and Randy Byers
- Best Fan Writer: Dave Langford
- Best Fan Artist: Frank Wu
The winner of the John W. Campbell Award
for Best New Writer is Naomi Novik.