2017 Hugo Award campaigners celebrate a great time for sci-fi

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After a periodof controversy and infighting, it looks like the Hugo Awards are back on an even keel. The Oscars ofsci-fi/ fantasy fandom announced its2 017 campaigners on Tuesday, celebrating a broad range of labor fromDoctor Whoto a hip-hop idea album.

Books and short stories

Prose fiction is the biggest subcategory at the Hugos, a fiercely contested reputation. This year’s shortlist for Best Novel includes 2016 winner N.K. Jemisin, Three Body Problem authorCixin Liu, and former io9 editor Charlie Jane Anders.

All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders( Tor Books/ Titan Books) by Charlie Jane Anders( Tor Books/ Titan Books) A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers( Hodder& Stoughton/ Harper Voyager US) by Becky Chambers( Hodder& Stoughton/ Harper Voyager US) Deaths End by Cixin Liu( Tor Books/ Head of Zeus) by Cixin Liu( Tor Books/ Head of Zeus) Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee( Solaris Books) by Yoon Ha Lee( Solaris Books) The Obelisk Gate by N. K. Jemisin( Orbit Books) by N. K. Jemisin( Orbit Books) Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer( Tor Books)

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