Die Hugo Awards 2011

Ges­tern wur­den auf der 69. World Sci­ence Fic­tion Con­ven­ti­on in Reno, Neva­da, die dies­jäh­ri­gen Hugo Awards ver­ge­ben.

Wie bereits bei den Nebu­la Awards gewan­nen BLACKOUT/ALL CLEAR von Con­nie Wil­lis die Aus­zeich­nung für den bes­ten Roman (das ist bereits ihr elf­ter Hugo…), als bes­te Novel­le (also für Wer­ke, die län­ger als Kurz­ge­schich­ten aber kür­zer als Roma­ne sind) wur­de Ted Chiangs THE LIFECYCLE OF SOFTWARE OBJECTS mit dem Preis bedacht. Als bes­ter Comic wur­de die zehn­te Aus­ga­be des Steam­punk-Comics GIRL GENIUS von Phil und Kaja Foglio geehrt. In Sachen Film griff wie­der ein­mal INCEPTION den Preis ab und DR. WHO kann sich über eine Ehrung in Sachen TV freu­en.

Die kom­plet­te Lis­te der Gewin­ner wie immer im voll­stän­di­gen Arti­kel.

Gelis­tet sind alle Nomi­nier­ten, die Gewin­ner sind her­vor­ge­ho­ben.

Best Novel

Blackout/All Clear, Con­nie Wil­lis (Ball­an­ti­ne Spec­tra)
Cryo­burn, Lois McMas­ter Bujold (Baen)
The Der­vish House, Ian McDo­nald (Gol­lan­cz; Pyr)
Feed, Mira Grant (Orbit)
The Hund­red Thousand King­doms, N.K. Jemi­sin (Orbit)

Best Novel­la

The Lifecy­cle of Soft­ware Objec­ts, Ted Chiang (Sub­ter­ra­ne­an)
“The Lady Who Plu­cked Red Flowers bene­ath the Queen’s Win­dow”, Rachel Swirs­ky (Sub­ter­ra­ne­an Maga­zi­ne, Sum­mer 2010)
“The Mai­den Flight of McCauley’s Bel­lero­phon”, Eliza­beth Hand (Sto­ries: All New Tales, Wil­liam Mor­row)
“The Sul­tan of the Clouds”, Geoff­rey A. Lan­dis (Asimov’s, Sep­tem­ber 2010)
“Troi­ka”, Alasta­ir Rey­nolds (God­li­ke Machi­nes, Sci­ence Fic­tion Book Club)

Best Nov­elet­te

The Emperor of Mars”, Allen M. Stee­le (Asimov’s, June 2010) – Link führt zur Sto­ry
“Eight Miles”, Sean McMul­len (Ana­log, Sep­tem­ber 2010)
“The Jagu­ar House, in Shadow”, Ali­et­te de Bodard (Asimov’s, July 2010)
“Plus or Minus”, James Patrick Kel­ly (Asimov’s, Decem­ber 2010)
“That Levia­than, Whom Thou Hast Made”, Eric James Stone (Ana­log, Sep­tem­ber 2010)

Best Short Sto­ry

For Want of a Nail”, Mary Robi­net­te Kow­al (Asimov’s, Sep­tem­ber 2010) – Link führt zur Sto­ry
“Ama­ryl­lis”, Car­rie Vaughn (Lightspeed, June 2010)
“Ponies”, Kij John­son (Tor.com, Novem­ber 17, 2010)
“The Things”, Peter Watts (Clar­kes­world, Janu­a­ry 2010)

Best Rela­ted Work

Chicks Dig Time Lords: A Cele­bra­ti­on of Doc­tor Who by the Women Who Love It, edi­ted by Lyn­ne M. Tho­mas and Tara O’Shea (Mad Nor­we­gi­an)
Bea­rings: Reviews 1997–2001, Gary K. Wol­fe (Bec­con)
The Busi­ness of Sci­ence Fic­tion: Two Insi­ders Dis­cuss Wri­ting and Publi­shing, Mike Res­nick and Bar­ry N. Malz­berg (McFar­land)
Robert A. Hein­lein: In Dia­lo­gue with His Cen­tu­ry, Volu­me 1: (1907–1948): Lear­ning Cur­ve, Wil­liam H. Pat­ter­son, Jr. (Tor)
Wri­ting Excu­ses, Sea­son 4, Bran­don San­der­son, Jor­dan San­der­son, Howard Tay­ler, Dan Wells

Best Gra­phic Sto­ry

Girl Geni­us, Volu­me 10: Aga­tha Hete­ro­dy­ne and the Guar­di­an Muse, writ­ten by Phil and Kaja Foglio; art by Phil Foglio; colors by Che­yenne Wright (Air­ship Enter­tain­ment)
Fab­les: Wit­ches, writ­ten by Bill Wil­ling­ham; illus­tra­ted by Mark Buck­ing­ham (Ver­ti­go)
Grand­vil­le Mon Amour, Bryan Tal­bot (Dark Hor­se)
Schlock Mer­cen­a­ry: Mas­si­ve­ly Par­al­lel, writ­ten and illus­tra­ted by Howard Tay­ler; colors by Howard Tay­ler and Tra­vis Walton (Hyper­node)
The Unwrit­ten, Volu­me 2: Insi­de Man, writ­ten by Mike Carey; illus­tra­ted by Peter Gross (Ver­ti­go)

Best Dra­ma­tic Pre­sen­ta­ti­on, Long Form

Incep­ti­on, writ­ten and direc­ted by Chris­to­pher Nolan (War­ner)
Har­ry Pot­ter and the Death­ly Hal­lows: Part 1, screen­play by Ste­ve Kloves; direc­ted by David Yates (War­ner)
How to Train Your Dra­gon, screen­play by Wil­liam Davies, Dean DeBlois & Chris San­ders; direc­ted by Dean DeBlois & Chris San­ders (Dream­Works)
Scott Pil­grim vs. the World, screen­play by Micha­el Bacall & Edgar Wright; direc­ted by Edgar Wright (Uni­ver­sal)
Toy Sto­ry 3, screen­play by Micha­el Arndt; sto­ry by John Las­se­ter, Andrew Stan­ton & Lee Unk­rich; direc­ted by Lee Unk­rich (Pixar/Disney)

Best Dra­ma­tic Pre­sen­ta­ti­on, Short Form

Doc­tor Who: “The Pan­d­ori­ca Opens/The Big Bang,” writ­ten by Ste­ven Moffat; direc­ted by Toby Hay­nes (BBC Wales)
Doc­tor Who: “A Christ­mas Carol,” writ­ten by Ste­ven Moffat; direc­ted by Toby Hay­nes (BBC Wales)
Doc­tor Who: “Vin­cent and the Doc­tor,” writ­ten by Richard Cur­tis; direc­ted by Jon­ny Camp­bell (BBC Wales)
Fuck Me, Ray Brad­bu­ry, writ­ten by Rachel Bloom; direc­ted by Paul Bri­gan­ti
The Lost Thing, writ­ten by Shaun Tan; direc­ted by Andrew Ruhe­mann and Shaun Tan (Pas­si­on Pic­tures)

Best Edi­tor, Short Form

Shei­la Wil­liams
John Joseph Adams
Stan­ley Schmidt
Jona­than Stra­han
Gor­don Van Gel­der

Best Edi­tor, Long Form

Lou Anders
Gin­jer Buchanan
Mos­he Feder
Liz Gorin­sky
Nick Mama­tas
Beth Meacham
Juliet Ulman

Best Pro­fes­sio­nal Artist

Shaun Tan
Dani­el Dos San­tos
Bob Eggle­ton
Ste­phan Mar­ti­nie­re
John Picacio

Best Semi­pro­zi­ne

Clar­kes­world, edi­ted by Neil Clar­ke, Che­ryl Mor­gan, Sean Wal­lace; pod­cast direc­ted by Kate Baker
Inter­zo­ne, edi­ted by Andy Cox
Lightspeed, edi­ted by John Joseph Adams
Locus, edi­ted by Liza Gro­en Trom­bi and Kirs­ten Gong-Wong
Weird Tales, edi­ted by Ann Van­der­Meer and Ste­phen H. Segal

Best Fan­zine

The Drink Tank, edi­ted by Chris­to­pher J Gar­cia and James Bacon
Bana­na Wings, edi­ted by Clai­re Bria­ley and Mark Plum­mer
Chal­len­ger, edi­ted by Guy H. Lil­li­an III
File 770, edi­ted by Mike Gly­er
Star­Ship­So­fa, edi­ted by Tony C. Smith

Best Fan Wri­ter

Clai­re Bria­ley
James Bacon
Chris­to­pher J Gar­cia
James Nicoll
Ste­ven H Sil­ver

Best Fan Artist

Brad W. Fos­ter
Rand­all Mun­roe
Mau­ri­ne Star­key
Ste­ve Sti­les
Tar­al Way­ne

The John W. Camp­bell Award for Best New Wri­ter

Lev Gross­man
Sala­din Ahmed
Lau­ren Beu­kes
Lar­ry Cor­reia
Dan Wells

 

Quel­le: Web­sei­te der Hugo Awards, Bild: Con­nie Wil­lis 1998, aus der Wikiep­dia von Ellen Levy Finch, CC-BY-SA

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AutorIn: Stefan Holzhauer

Meist harm­lo­ser Nerd mit natür­li­cher Affi­ni­tät zu Pixeln, Bytes, Buch­sta­ben und Zahn­rä­dern. Kon­su­miert zuviel SF und Fan­ta­sy und schreibt seit 1999 online dar­über.

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