Monday, 3 July 2017

Open Discussion — What's worth considering for the ballot in 2018?

The following list will be updated over the next few months as we read, watch, and listen to Hugo-eligible works for 2018. These are not necessarily what we plan to nominate, but rather works that at least one member of the Edmonton Hugo Book Club has enjoyed and believes to be worth consideration. We appreciate any additional suggestions in the comments. 

Items that are controversial amongst our club are marked with an asterisk (*) 

(Most recently Updated - September 5, 2017)

Novel
The Collapsing Empire — John Scalzi
The Stars Are Legion — Kameron Hurley
The Space Between The Stars — Anne Corlett
New York 2140 — Kim Stanley Robinson
The Berlin Project* — Gregory Benford
Six Wakes* — Mur Lafferty
Luna: Wolf Moon* — Ian McDonald


Novella
All Systems Red — Martha Wells
The Ghost Line — Andrew Gray & J.S. Herbison


Short Story

A Passing Sickness — Paolo Bacigalupi
Sanctuary — Allen Steele
Paradox — Naiomi Kritzer
The Secret Life Of Bots — Suzanne Palmer

Series
Merchant Princes / Empire Games — Charles Stross


Graphic Story
Doom Patrol — Writer Gerard Way, Artist Nick Derington
Shattered Warrior — Writer Sharon Shinn, Artist Molly Knox Ostertag
Shade The Changing Girl — Writer Cecli Castellucci, Artist Marley Zircon
Bitch Planet: Volume 2 — Writer Kelly Sue DeConnick, Artist Valentine De Landro

Dramatic Presentation: Short Form

Handmaid's Tale, Season 1, Episode 8 "Jezebels"
Expanse, Season 2, Episode 10 "Cascade"
Legion, Season 1, Epsiode 1 "Chapter 1"
12 Monkeys, Season 3, Episode 10, "Witness"
Game Of Thrones, Season 7, Episode 1, "Dragonstone"
Preacher, Season 2, Episode 6, "Sokosha" (Must-see if just for "Happy Soul Go Go.")




4 comments:

  1. Thanks! I've got a running to-read list going on my own blog, with very little on my "might nominate" list so far. I've bookmarked this page and will keep checking back! You've already given me quite a few things to add to my to-read list.

    I especially appreciate the KSR mention - for some reason I thought New York 2140 was last year! I still need to read it!

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  2. In Calabria By Peter S. Beagle was a lovely moving read. It is marked as a novel at the library but it is short.

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  3. I love The space between the stars. I am also enjoying the Walking Land by Callie Bates but I am only part way in. I will let you know if it should be on the list after I am done :)

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  4. In Graphic Story, Stand Still Stay Silent is continuing and would be eligible. sssscomic.com

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