Hugo nominees online update

As I expected, all but one of the Hugo nominees in the short fiction categories can now be found on-line, in some cases three times over

Best Novella (five out of five)

* “Empress of Mars” by Kage Baker (Asimov’s, July 2003) (for $2.69)

* “The Green Leopard Plague” by Walter Jon Williams (Asimov’s, Oct.-Nov. 2003)

* “Just Like the Ones We Used to Know” by Connie Willis (Asimov’s, Dec. 2003)

* “The Cookie Monster” by Vernor Vinge (Analog, Oct. 2003)

* “Walk in Silence” by Catherine Asaro (Analog, April 2003)

Best Novelette (six out of six)

* “The Empire of Ice Cream” by Jeffrey Ford (Sci Fiction,, Feb. 2003)

* “Bernardo’s House” by James Patrick Kelly (Asimov’s, June 2003)’s_house.htm

* “Into the Gardens of Sweet Night” by Jay Lake (Writers of the Future XIX, Bridge, 2003)

* “Hexagons” by Robert Reed (Asimov’s, July 2003)

* “Nightfall” by Charles Stross (Asimov’s, April 2003)

* “Legions in Time” by Michael Swanwick (Asimov’s, April 2003)

Best Short Story (four out of five)

* “Paying It Forward” by Michael A. Burstein (Analog, Sept. 2003)

* “A Study in Emerald” by Neil Gaiman (Shadows over Baker Street, Del Rey, 2003)
(not yet)

* “Four Short Novels” by Joe Haldeman (Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov. 2003)

* “The Tale of the Golden Eagle” by David D. Levine (Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2003); free from FictionWise

* “Robots Don’t Cry” by Mike Resnick (Asimov’s, July 2003) (gives you a text file from Compuserve)

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  1. Some fans get grumpy if you don’t travel around but then some fans can find an almost infinite amount of things to get grumpy about so I wouldn’t worry about that.

    It’s up to the winner to define their trip although a candidate with very limited time may want to be explicit in their platform that it’s a convention only deal.

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