2016-02-09

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The PINs were sent out over the weekend. Neither Tony nor I received ours (and yes, we checked the spam folder). I saw this tweet from MidAmeriCon II which says:

"If you have not received your Hugo PIN, please email hugopin (at) to check membership & email address details."

So I did, for me and Tony, and our PINs were returned remarkably quickly. We had supporting memberships in 2015 and have attending membership to 2017, either of which would have entitled us to make nominations.

I encourage anyone else in a similar position to make sure you get your PIN, just like I encourage everyone to nominate stuff they have really enjoyed from last year, whether you think you have "read widely" or not, whether you can fill every slot or not: if you loved it, nominate it.


I have a placeholder post which I'm still working on; for other recommendations you can try:

(for short fiction)
Clarkesworld short fiction, sorted into Hugo categories
Uncanny Magazine short fiction, sorted into Hugo categories
Strange Horizons reader poll for 2015

(for everything)
Nicholas Whyte's many reviews of Hugo-eligible media
Ladybusiness recommendations spreadsheet

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Jodie and Renay's favourite short fiction of 2015

I've read the following from that list, all of which I would recommend:
(which implies I have a high chance of liking the rest of them)

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