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Bryce Gilmore Is a James Beard Awards Finalist Again

For the fifth time Barley Swine chef Bryce Gilmore is a finalist for 2017’s James Beard Awards, under the Best Chef Southwest category. He's up against Steve McHugh (San Antonio’s Cured), Hugo Ortega (Houston’s Hugo’s), Steve Redzikowski (Denver’s Acorn), Martin Rios (Santa Fe’s Restaurant Martín) and Jianyun Ye (Houston’s Mala Sichuan Bistro). Show More Summary

Houston’s Own Hugo Ortega & Jianyun Ye Are James Beard Award Finalists

This is Ortega’s fifth nomination in a row, and Ye’s first. As the “Oscars of food,” the James Beard Foundation’s annual awards are hugely important to chefs and restaurateurs. Last month, a number of Houston restaurant professionals and chefs were announced as semi-finalists for the 2017 James Beard Awards. Show More Summary

More inexpensive ebook goodies!

You can now get your hands on N.K. Jemisin's The Fifth Season, recent Hugo award winner, for only 1.99$ here. There is a price match in Canada.Here's the blurb:THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS... FOR THE LAST TIME.A season of endings has...Show More Summary

“The Dispatcher” a Finalist for Two Audies + Locus Award Voting + Nebula and Hugo Award Voting + Print Preorder Info

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

So, this is a good day for me: The Dispatcher, my novella that was released as an audiobook from Audible, is a finalist for two(!) Audie Awards, first in the category of Science Fiction, and second in the category of Original Work (meaning, first published in audio form). I’m thrilled about both, and it’s lovely to […]

'The Father Of Science Fiction'? Who Was Hugo Of The Hugo Awards?

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"The annual awards for best science fiction are called 'Hugos.' A futuristic story by William Gibson in 1981 was called 'The Gernsback Continuum.' But except for a few markers like these, Hugo Gernsback (1884-1967) has mostly vanished from our cultural memory, which is a pity, because he was an extraordinary man, and his influence on […]

James Ponsoldt to Adapt Larry Niven’s Inconstant Moon

2 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Based on the legendary sci-fi author's Hugo Award winning 1971 short story The post James Ponsoldt to Adapt Larry Niven’s Inconstant Moon appeared first on

More inexpensive ebook goodies!

You can download Kameron Hurley's The Mirror Empire for only 2.99$ here! There is a price match in Canada here.Here's the blurb:A stunning new epic fantasy from two-time Hugo Award winner Kameron Hurley.On the eve of a recurring catastrophic...Show More Summary

Classic Sci-Fi Story About Race And Gender In The South Gets An Update

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Way before the Hugo Awards were hijacked by the so-called Sad Puppies ? a group of mostly white men aiming to return to what they think of as the good ol’ days of science fiction ? there were women and writers of color using the genre to tell stories that deviated from the happy-go-lucky norm. Show More Summary

Add 1964's Hugo Winner To Your Kindle For Just $2

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Way Station [Kindle], $2 Way Station, the story of a rural Wisconsin man who operates a pit stop for aliens passing through the galaxy, won the 1964 Hugo award for best novel, and it can be yours on Kindle for just $2 today. Read more...

Folding Beijing: the 2016 Hugo-winning novelette about the obsolescence of labor and the preservation of privilege

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Belatedly, I've finally read Hao Jingfang's novelette "Folding Beijing," which won the Hugo Award last summer in Kansas City: it's a story about a future in which the great cities continue to be engines of economic power, but where automation...Show More Summary

“Folding Beijing”

It is an extraordinary short story, one of the best things I’ve read all year, and it’s proof positive of how rapidly China is becoming a society supercharged with creativity.  I am pleased to see it received a Hugo Award for best novelette. The author is Hao Jingfang and it’s on-line here.  Did you know […] The post “Folding Beijing” appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

Wired's science fiction issue, featuring NK Jemisin

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Wired kicks off its first-ever science fiction issue with a short story by NK Jemisin, whose novel The Fifth Season won the best novel prize at the 2016 Hugo Awards. (more…)

AMAZING DEAL: Get Futuristic Masterpiece “The Forever War” For Just $0.25 Today! 98% OFF!

“The Forever War” is a book that many thinks is one of the best Sci-Fi novels of all time. The novel won both the Hugo and Nebual awards, and for those who’ve never read it, can be yours today (Kindle edition) for just $0.25. In this...Show More Summary

Thursday assorted links

1. The Paris Review archives are now on-line. 2. Should Facebook enter China?  And China vows to dig more coal (NYT).  And first but not last Chinese Hugo award.  And were China’s “missing girls” simply unregistered? 3. The punishment culture that is Canada. Show More Summary

Sinosphere: Author’s Vision of a Future Beijing Looks to China’s Present

Hao Jingfang, the first Chinese woman to win a Hugo Award, reflects on the line between reality and fiction and giving voice to “invisible people.”

A Science Fiction Grand Master Speaks: "Traveler of Worlds: Conversations with Robert Silverberg"

The influence of Robert Silverberg on the science fiction genre is vast: the multiple Hugo and Nebula Award winner and Grand Master is often cited as an inspiration by the biggest names in the field. This is certainly true for science...Show More Summary

More inexpensive ebook goodies!

You can once again get your hands on N.K. Jemisin's The Fifth Season, recent Hugo award winner, for only 2.99$ here.Here's the blurb:THIS IS THE WAY THE WORLD ENDS... FOR THE LAST TIME.A season of endings has begun.It starts with the...Show More Summary

Gerard Butler Honored as GQ France's Star of the Year

Gerard Butler slips into a tux for GQ France‘s Men of the Year Awards 2016 held at Musee d’Orsay on Wednesday (November 23) in Paris, France. The 47-year-old Scottish actor, who wore Hugo Boss, picked up the well-deserved International Star of the Year Award! “Cool to meet you at our @HUGOBOSS event in Paris!” Gerry [...]


As a fan of Nnedi Okorafor's Who Fears Death and The Book of Phoenix, I knew I would read Binti at some point. The more so when the novella won first the Nebula Award and then the Hugo Award a few weeks back. Too bad I never peruse reviews of works I plan on reading, for I would have known that it was a YA science fiction story. Show More Summary

Robert Heinlein's 'Stranger In A Strange Land' Is In Production For The SyFy Channel

Robert Heinlein's 'Stranger in a Strange Land' became a cult favorite, won the Hugo Award for Best Novel, and shocked some readers for its positive attitude toward uninhibited sexuality. Now the SyFy channel plans to turn it into a TV series.

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