Fri
Nov 12 2010 11:38am

Revisiting Hugo Awards Nominees

Hugo Awards

Begun in 1953, the Hugo Award is the premiere award for the science fiction and fantasy genres, often strived for by authors and their publishers alike for its prestige and its effect on book sales.

In this series, author and Tor.com book reviewer Jo Walton takes a look at the Hugo Award winners and nominees year by year, revisiting (but not rereading) them through the lens of history and discussing their merits. Ultimately, do the Hugo Awards really represent the best of science fiction and fantasy?

 


Hugo Awards

1953 Hugo Awards trophy 1955 Hugo Awards trophy 1956 Hugo Awards trophy
Introduction 1953 1955 1956
1957 Hugo Awards trophy 1957 Hugo Awards Trophy 1959 Hugo Awards Trophy 1960 Hugo Awards Trophy
1957 1958 1959 1960
1961 Hugo Awards Trophy 1962 Hugo Awards Trophy 1963 Hugo  Awards Trophy 1964 Hugo  Awards Trophy
1961 1962 1963 1964
1965 Hugo  Awards Trophy 1966 Hugo  Awards Trophy 1967 Hugo Awards Trophy 1967 Hugo Awards Trophy
1965 1966 1967 1968
1967 Hugo Awards Trophy
1969 1970 1971 1972
7 comments
h-mb
2. h-mb
Just want to thank Jo Walton for these spots (and others) always interesting and intelligent.
Eric Rosenfield
3. ericrosenfield
FYI: the link to 1968 is wrong, and goes to "Saturday Morning Cartoons".
Eric Rosenfield
4. ericrosenfield
Now the text link is right, but the link on the image is to 1967 instead of 1968.
h-mb
5. kleve
is there a second page i am having trouble finding or has this series come to an abrupt halt?

i have really been enjoying this series of posts, both jo's recap and analysis, and the readers comments that follow. After being semi-regular it has been months since an update, anything?
h-mb
6. mark schaal
kleve,
Jo is posting them every Sunday, but this page is not being updated. Try the search box with "hugo nominees" or looking through the Latest Posts >> Show All list near the top of the right column.

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