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Related Works, Unchained! Posted at 8:24 AM by Rico Simpkins

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Hugo Best Related Wroks 2012Fourth in our series of posts helping you locate Hugo nominees (short story, novelette, and novella preceding) concerns Best Related Work, the Hugo committee’s catch-all category. Unlike the previous three categories, a Worldcon membership will not get you any Related Works. We still recommend that you get at least a $50 supporting membership, because that will nab you digital copies of all five novels, six novellas, five novelettes, and five short stories — a bargain.

The good news: Two of the related works are already free and online. The other three, however, will cost you something:

  • The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Third Edition, though originally published in hardback (in its first two editions), is now available online for free. If you want a paper copy for coffee table, you’ll need to order from England.
  • Writing Excuses, Season 6 is a podcast, and can be heard for free here. You’ll need to navigate to season six.
  • Jar Jar Binks Must Die… and Other Observations about Science Fiction Movies by Daniel M. Kimmel is $14.99 in dead tree format at Amazon, or digitally in Kindle or Nook editions for only $9.99.
  • Wicked Girls is an album by Seanan McGuire and can be ordered for $15 through CD Baby, which also allows you to sample portions of each song. Who knew Seanan could sing?
  • The Steampunk Bible edited Jeff VanderMeer and S. J. Chambers has gotten a lot of press over the past year, so its inclusion is no surprise to WWEnders.

Links to all of the award winning novels are, as always, available through BookTrackr.

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2 Comments

Mattastrophic   |   27 Apr 2012 @ 00:53

Thanks for your help in making evaluating the Hugo materials so much easier for us Rico!

Rico Simpkins   |   27 Apr 2012 @ 16:07

My pleasure, Matt. I’m bound and determined to be able to fill out the whole Hugo ballot, this year.

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