SFWA has just announced the 2014 Nebula Award Nominees.
So very pleased to see stories from Clarkesworld and Upgraded on the ballot:
Congratulations to all the nominees!
The February 2015 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now available. You can get the issue:
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FEBRUARY 2015 – ISSUE #101
“The Last Surviving Gondola Widow” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“Indelible” by Gwendolyn Clare
“The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill” by Kelly Robson
“Meshed” by Rich Larson
“The Osteomancer’s Son” by Greg van Eekhout
“It Takes Two” by Nicola Griffith
What in the World Do They Want, Anyway? The Myth of the Friendly Alien by Mark Cole
A Little Paranoia: A Conversation with Liza Groen Trombi by Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
The Spurred Storyteller: A Conversation With Tang Fei by Ken Liu
Another Word: YA is the New Black by Dawn Metcalf
Editor’s Desk: The Next Hundred by Neil Clarke
This month’s stories will be released in audio form over the course of the month. Read by Kate Baker.
Lady and the Ship by Atilgan Asikuzun
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The 2014 Locus Recommended Reading List is out. Here are their selections for Clarkesworld and Wyrm Publishing:
- The Regular by Ken Liu (Upgraded)
- Dream Houses by Genevieve Valentine (WSFA/Wyrm)
- “Seventh Sight” by Greg Egan (Upgraded)
- “Collateral” by Peter Watts (Upgraded)
Congratulations to everyone on the list!
Here’s a quick list of Clarkesworld authors that are currently eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. (Nominated as part of the Hugo Awards, but as they painfully remind us, it is not a Hugo Award–but should be.)
Second year of eligibility:
- Vajra Chandrasekera
- Benjanun Sriduangkaew
- Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam
First year of eligibility:
- Natalia Theodoridou
- Joseph Tomaras
- JY Yang
It’s that time of year again… Help us pick the best story and cover art from Clarkesworld’s 2014 run. Poll is open now through February 23rd. Results will be published in the March issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.
By the way, participating in this poll can put you in the running for one of ten copies of Clarkesworld: Year Seven. (5 print, 5 ebook). Contest is open to entrants all around the world.
Just like last year, Clarkesworld Magazine is not eligible for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine. Please don’t toss away your vote by nominating us in that category. There are plenty of eligible semiprozines to choose from. Check out this list.
I’m still eligible in the Editor (short form) category.
Clarkesworld’s stories are eligible in the appropriate categories, as are the stories from Upgraded. (Links will take you to posts that inform you which category a story is eligible in.)
Thanks for considering us for your Hugo ballot. Honored, as always.