Wednesday, 16 March 2022

Open Discussion — What's worth considering for the ballot in 2023?

 The following list will be updated over the next few months as we read, watch, and listen to Hugo-eligible works for 2023. 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.

Updated on April 27, 2022 

Items marked with a “*” are ones for which there was significant disagreement within the book club. 

Goliath — Tochi Onyebuchi
Sea of Tranquility — Emily St. John Mandel

Ogres — Adrian Tchaikovsky

Mender of Sparrows — Ray Nayler

Short Story
Seen Small Through Glass — Premee Mohamed
It Takes A Village — Priya Chand
This Side Of The Rock — Yvette Lisa Ndlovu

Best Related Work 

Akata Woman — Nnedi Okorafor

Best Series
Chorus of Dragons — Jenn Lyons
Beneath The Rising Trilogy — Premee Mohamed
Laundry Files — Charles Stross

Graphic Story
Radio Apocalypse — Written by Ram V, art by Anand RK
Frontiersman — Written by Patrick Kindlon


Professional Artist
Will Staehle

Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) 
Severance S01E07 — "Defiant Jazz"
The Peacemaker S01E08 — "It's Cow Or Never"

Dramatic Presentation (Long Form) 
Station Eleven (Miniseries HBO)
Everything Everywhere All at Once — Directed by Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert
Neptune Frost — Saul Williams & Anisia Uzeyman
The Northman — Robert Eggers


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