The Hugo and Nebula Award season is off and running. I know most people don’t bother to count the number of words in a story, so I’ve made a list with links to the text and podcast editions of our 2010 stories and categorized everything Clarkesworld that’s eligible:

Novelette  (7,500-17,499 words)
A Jar of Goodwill by Tobias S. Buckell (podcast), Issue 44

Short Story (under 7500 words)
The Things by Peter Watts (podcast), Issue 40
All the King’s Monsters by Megan Arkenberg (podcast), Issue 40
Torquing Vacuum by Jay Lake (podcast), Issue 41
The Language of the Whirlwind by Lavie Tidhar (podcast), Issue 41
Alone With Gandhari by Gord Sellar (podcast), Issue 42
The History Within Us by Matthew Kressel (podcast), Issue 42
Between Two Dragons by Yoon Ha Lee (podcast), Issue 43
January by Becca De La Rosa (podcast), Issue 43
A Sweet Calling by Tony Pi (podcast), Issue 44
Futures in the Memories Market by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (podcast), Issue 45
My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper (podcast), Issue 45
Beach Blanket Spaceship by Sandra McDonald (podcast), Issue 46
The Association of the Dead by Rahul Kanakia (podcast), Issue 46
Thirteen Ways of Looking at Space/Time by Catherynne M. Valente (podcast), Issue 47
Messenger by Julia M Sidorova (podcast), Issue 47
The Cull by Robert Reed (podcast), Issue 48
Paper Cradle by Stephen Gaskell (podcast), Issue 48
Laying the Ghost by Eric Brown (podcast), Issue 49
Salvaging Gods by Jacques Barcia (podcast), Issue 49
On the Banks of the River Lex by N. K. Jemisin (podcast), Issue 50
Seeing by Genevieve Valentine (podcast), Issue 50
The Taxidermist’s Other Wife by Kelly Barnhill (podcast), Issue 51
The Children of Main Street by A.C. Wise (podcast), Issue 51

Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine
Clarkesworld Magazine, Neil Clarke, Sean Wallace, Cheryl Morgan, Kate Baker

Hugo Award for Best Editor Short Form
Neil Clarke (fiction)
Sean Wallace (fiction)
Cheryl Morgan (non-fiction articles)