Tuesday, January 26, 2010

About the Hugos...

If you're interested in seeing more work by women on the Hugo ballot, or just in the issue of getting more recognition of work by women in the field, you'll want to see Cheryl Morgan's guest post at the Feminist SF blog.

Just a reminder, these are the books that Aqueduct published in 2009:

Ursula K. Le Guin, Cheek by Jowl [nonfiction category]
Rebecca Ore, Centuries Ago and Very Fast [single-author collection category]
Sylvia Kelso, Three Observations and a Dialogue: Round and About Science Fiction [nonfiction]
Gwyneth Jones, The Buonarotti Quartet [single-author collection]
Ellen Klages and Geoff Ryman, What Remains [Ellen Klages's short story "Echoes of Aurora" is original]
The WisCon Chronicles, Vol. 3, ed. Liz Henry [nonfiction]
Gwyneth Jones, Imagination/Space [nonfiction]
Helen Merrick, The Secret Feminist Cabal [nonfiction]
Claire Light, Slightly Behind and to the Left [single-author collection, includes two previously unpublished stories-- "Vacation" and "Abducted by Aliens!"]

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