Sunday, August 27, 2006

Hugos for Robert Charles Wilson, David G. Hartwell, Donato Giancola ...

... and others.

My "Identity Theft" did not win in the best novella category ... but I knew I didn't have a chance, and was totally calm all evening. It was a great ceremony, and my posse (Carolyn, Kirstin Morrell, Barbara Geiger, and Elisabeth Hegerat) and I had front-row seats at the ceremony.

I'm totally, totally thrilled that Bob Wilson, one of my very best friends, finally got his long overdue Hugo, and that my editor and friend David Hartwell, who, with 33 nominations to date, held the record for most nominations without a win, finally got the Best Editor Hugo; I was also delighted that Donato Giancola, who did the wonderful covers for my Neanderthal books, won for best artist. I was also delighted to see John Scalzi get the Campbell Award for Best New Writer.


At August 27, 2006 7:49 AM , Blogger Lou_Sytsma said...

Sorry to hear that Rob. Woohoo for RCW! Great book. Pass on my congrats to him!


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