2017 Hugo Reading Wrap Up

Written by Natalie Luhrs

I'm a lifelong geek with a passion for books and social justice. And I give absolutely no fucks.

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July 14, 2017

Hugo Award LogoVoting for the Hugos closes tomorrow!

Deciding how to rank a lot of really stellar work has been really challenging, but this is a good problem to have.  I would much rather have this problem than the one we had the past few years.

Here’s a all my posts about the fiction finalists–just in case you’re still tinkering with your ballot. I keep making changes to my to my ballot and the order in which I reviewed items or listed them here is in no way indicative of how I am voting. With a handful of notable exceptions, I would be thrilled if any of these finalists won. It’s a great ballot.

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Review: A Country of Ghosts by Margaret Killjoy

Review: A Country of Ghosts by Margaret Killjoy

Margaret Killjoy’s A Country of Ghosts is a work of beautifully crafted utopian fiction that reminded me of nothing so much as Ursula K. LeGuin’s The Dispossessed–except in a country called Hron where there is enough for everyone, as opposed to LeGuin’s moon Anarres, where there are precious few resources.

Highly recommended.


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