Hugo Nominations 2014. Part II.

I’m attending the 2014 Worldcon, and that means I get to nominate for the Hugo Awards. And, because I’m the kind of shy retiring flower who hesitates to share her opinions, I’m going to tell you all about my nominations!

But I’ll do it in more than one blogpost, because the Hugo Awards have a lot of categories. And one may nominate up to five items in each category.

First post here.

Now, let’s talk about:

Best Semiprozine

Best Fanzine

Best Fancast

Best Graphic Story

…Although this time I won’t spend a lot of time explaining my choices.

Best Semiprozine

Strange Horizons

Beneath Ceaseless Skies


I haven’t read anything else enough to feel like nominating it, and I’m not even completely certain I should be nominating in this category, since I haven’t read widely enough.

Best Fanzine


The Book Smugglers

A Dribble of Ink

Again, I don’t think I’ve read enough, and I don’t feel certain enough of this category to want to nominate other things. (I almost feel like nominating Martin Lewis‘s and Jonathan McCalmont‘s blogs, but… maybe not.)

Best Fancast

I haven’t listened to a single podcast in months. I don’t have time. So I won’t be nominating in this category.

Best Graphic Story

With the exception of Gail Simone’s Batgirl, I haven’t read anything eligible for this category, and thus won’t be nominating.

4 thoughts on “Hugo Nominations 2014. Part II.

  1. Thanks for considering Clarkesworld, but we’re no longer eligible for the Semiprozine Hugo. I’m still eligible in the best editor (short form) category, but there isn’t a category for the whole magazine anymore. is professional and isn’t eligible for semiprozine either. If you are looking for other venues to nominate, I suggest looking at the list over at

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