Hugo Awards 2016 – die Finalisten

Hugo-LogoIm Fol­gen­den eine Lis­te der Fina­lis­ten für die Hugo Awards 2016, also die Short­list, aus der die end­gül­ti­gen Gewin­ner sub­li­miert wer­den. Jetzt wird sich viel­leicht der ein oder ande­re fra­gen: »Und war­um zeigt uns der Holz­hau­er die, und nicht nur die Gewin­ner?« Die Ant­wort dar­auf ist ziem­lich ein­fach: Die Lis­te zeigt eine Aus­wahl an aktu­el­ler Sci­ence Fic­tion bzw. Phan­tas­tik, die man mal lesen könn­te. Für mich ist die Short­list im Prin­zip eigent­lich immer eine Art Ein­kaufs­lis­te (in die­sem Jahr gibt es eine Aus­nah­me: das uner­träg­li­che THE AERONAUTS´S WINDLASS, dabei gehört But­cher eigent­lich zu mei­nen Lieb­lings­au­toren). Oder in Sachen Film und Fern­se­hen eine Vor­schlags­lis­te, was ich mir noch anse­hen könn­te (falls ich es nicht ohne­hin gese­hen habe).

Dank eBooks lie­gen alle Roma­ne ja nur einen Maus­klick ent­fernt.

Nach­fol­gend die kom­plet­te Short­list:

BEST NOVEL

BEST NOVELLA

BEST NOVELETTE

  • And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead” by Broo­ke Bolan­der (Lightspeed, Feb2015)
  • Flash­point: Titan” by CHEAH Kai Wai (The­re Will Be War Volu­me X, Cas­ta­lia House)
  • Fol­ding Bei­jing” by Hao Jing­fang, trans. Ken Liu (Uncan­ny Maga­zi­ne, Jan-Feb 2015)
  • Obits” by Ste­phen King (The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, Scrib­ner)
  • What Pri­ce Huma­ni­ty?” by David Van­Dy­ke (The­re Will Be War Volu­me X, Cas­ta­lia House)

BEST SHORT STORY

  • Asym­metri­cal War­fa­re” by S. R. Alger­non (Natu­re, Mar 2015)
  • The Com­mu­ter by Tho­mas A. Mays (Ste­alth)
  • If You Were an Award, My Love” by Juan Tabo and S. Har­ris (voxday.blogspot.com, Jun 2015)
  • Seven Kill Tiger” by Charles Shao (The­re Will Be War Volu­me X, Cas­ta­lia House)
  • Space Rap­tor Butt Inva­si­on by Chuck Ting­le (Ama­zon Digi­tal Ser­vices)

BEST RELATED WORK

  • Bet­ween Light and Shadow: An Explo­ra­ti­on of the Fic­tion of Gene Wol­fe, 1951 to 1986 by Marc Ara­mi­ni (Cas­ta­lia House)
  • The First Draft of My Appen­dix N Book” by Jef­f­ro John­son (jeffro.wordpress.com)
  • Safe Space as Rape Room” by Dani­el Eness (castaliahouse.com)
  • SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Poli­ce by Vox Day (Cas­ta­lia House)
  • The Sto­ry of Moi­ra Grey­land” by Moi­ra Grey­land (askthebigot.com)

BEST GRAPHIC STORY

BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION (LONG FORM)

  • Aven­gers: Age of Ultron writ­ten and direc­ted by Joss Whe­don (Mar­vel Stu­di­os; Walt Dis­ney Stu­di­os Moti­on Pic­tures)
  • Ex Machi­na writ­ten and direc­ted by Alex Gar­land (Film4; DNA Films; Uni­ver­sal Pic­tures)
  • Mad Max: Fury Road writ­ten by Geor­ge Mil­ler, Bren­dan McCar­thy, and Nico Lat­hou­ris, direc­ted by Geor­ge Mil­ler (Vil­la­ge Road­show Pic­tures; Ken­ne­dy Mil­ler Mit­chell; Rat­Pac-Dune Enter­tain­ment; War­ner Bros. Pic­tures)
  • The Mar­ti­an screen­play by Drew God­dard, direc­ted by Rid­ley Scott (Scott Free Pro­duc­tions; Kin­berg Gen­re; TSG Enter­tain­ment; 20th Cen­tu­ry Fox)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awa­kens writ­ten by Law­rence Kas­dan, J. J. Abrams, and Micha­el Arndt, direc­ted by J.J. Abrams (Lucas­film Ltd.; Bad Robot Pro­duc­tions; Walt Dis­ney Stu­di­os Moti­on Pic­tures)

BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION (SHORT FORM)

  • Doc­tor Who: “Hea­ven Sent” writ­ten by Ste­ven Moffat, direc­ted by Rachel Tal­alay (BBC Tele­vi­si­on)
  • Grimm: “Hea­da­che” writ­ten by Jim Kouf and David Green­walt, direc­ted by Jim Kouf(Universal Tele­vi­si­on; GK Pro­duc­tions; Hazy Mills Pro­duc­tions; Open 4 Busi­ness Pro­duc­tions; NBCUni­ver­sal Tele­vi­si­on Dis­tri­bu­ti­on)
  • Jes­si­ca Jones: “AKA Smi­le” writ­ten by Scott Rey­nolds, Melis­sa Rosen­berg, and Jamie King, direc­ted by Micha­el Rymer (Mar­vel Tele­vi­si­on; ABC Stu­di­os; Tall Girls Productions;Netflix)
  • My Litt­le Pony: Fri­endship Is Magic: “The Cutie Map” Parts 1 and 2 writ­ten by Scott Son­ne­born, M.A. Lar­son, and Meg­han McCar­thy, direc­ted by Jay­son Thies­sen and Jim Mil­ler (DHX Media/Vancouver; Has­bro Stu­di­os)
  • Super­na­tu­ral: “Just My Ima­gi­na­ti­on” writ­ten by Jen­ny Klein, direc­ted by Richard Speight Jr. (Krip­ke Enter­pri­ses; Won­der­land Sound and Visi­on; War­ner Bros. Tele­vi­si­on)

BEST EDITOR – SHORT FORM

  • John Joseph Adams
  • Neil Clar­ke
  • Ellen Dat­low
  • Jer­ry Pour­nel­le
  • Shei­la Wil­liams

BEST EDITOR – LONG FORM

  • Vox Day
  • Shei­la E. Gil­bert
  • Liz Gorin­sky
  • Jim Minz
  • Toni Weiss­kopf

BEST PROFESSIONAL ARTIST

  • Lars Braad Ander­sen
  • Lar­ry Elmo­re
  • Abi­ga­il Lar­son
  • Michal Kar­cz
  • Lar­ry Rostant

BEST SEMIPROZINE

  • Bene­ath Cea­seless Ski­es edi­ted by Scott H. Andrews
  • Dai­ly Sci­ence Fic­tion edi­ted by Miche­le-Lee Baras­so and Jona­than Laden
  • Sci Phi Jour­nal edi­ted by Jason Ren­nie
  • Stran­ge Hori­zons edi­ted by Cathe­ri­ne Kra­he, Julia Rios, A. J. Odas­so, Vanes­sa Rose Phin,Maureen Kin­caid Spel­ler, and the Stran­ge Hori­zons staff
  • Uncan­ny Maga­zi­ne edi­ted by Lyn­ne M. Tho­mas & Micha­el Dami­an Tho­mas, Michi Tro­ta, and Eri­ka Ensign & Ste­ven Scha­pan­sky

BEST FANZINE

  • Black Gate edi­ted by John O’Neill
  • Cas­ta­lia House Blog edi­ted by Jef­f­ro John­son
  • File 770 edi­ted by Mike Gly­er
  • Super­ver­si­ve SF edi­ted by Jason Ren­nie
  • Tan­gent Online edi­ted by Dave Tru­es­da­le

BEST FANCAST

  • 8–4 Play, Mark Mac­Do­nald, John Ric­ci­ar­di, Hiro­ko Mina­mo­to, and Jus­tin Epper­son
  • Cane and Rin­se, Cane and Rin­se
  • Hel­loGree­do, Hel­loGree­do
  • The Rage­aho­lic, Razör­Fist
  • Tales to Ter­ri­fy, Ste­phen Kil­pa­trick

BEST FAN WRITER

  • Dou­glas Ernst
  • Mike Gly­er
  • Mor­gan Hol­mes
  • Jef­f­ro John­son
  • Sha­mus Young

BEST FAN ARTIST

  • Mat­thew Cal­la­han
  • disse86
  • Kuku­ruyo
  • Chris­ti­an Qui­not
  • Ste­ve Sti­les

JOHN W. CAMPBELL AWARD FOR BEST NEW WRITER

  • Pier­ce Brown *
  • Sebas­ti­en de Cas­tell *
  • Bri­an Nie­mei­er
  • Andy Weir *
  • Alys­sa Wong *

* Fina­lists in their 2nd year of eli­gi­bi­li­ty.

 

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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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