The Hugo Awards (1953-56, 2017-present)

A recurrent feature here at Science's Less Accurate Grandmother is my coverage of the Hugo Awards. I try to read/watch all the finalists in the prose fiction categories, plus a few others. I write up full reviews of the novels and a few things that strike my fancy from other categories, and then I provide run-downs of all the finalists in all the categories I vote in.

I am also slowly reading old winners of the Hugo Award for Best Novel that I have not previously read.

2020

Full Reviews


Ballots and Other Writings


    2019

    Full Reviews


    Ballots and Other Writings


    2018

    Full Reviews


    Ballots and Other Writings


    2017

    Full Reviews


    Ballots and Other Writings


    Previous Winners of the Award for Best Novel

    Every year that I vote in the Hugos, I also read a winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, starting from the beginning. I am, on the one hand, skipping ones that I have previously read (the first of those will be 1959's A Case of Conscience by James Blish), and, on the other hand, occasionally reading "bonus" books that somehow tie in to the year's winner (usually prequels, sequels, or other books by the same writer that I want an excuse to read).

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