Award season is upon us once again, and we are so pleased to announce that four JABberwocky clients are winners for the 2022 Hugo Awards!
Suzanne Palmer won Best Novelette for “Bots of the Lost Ark”, originally published in Clarkesworld, June 2021. This story is also a 2022 finalist for the Theodore A. Sturgeon Memorial Award!
Neil Clarke won Best Editor (Short Form) for his work as Publisher/Editor-In-Chief at Clarkesworld Magazine. While he has been nominated for this award before, this is his first (and certainly not last) time winning it!
Uncanny Magazine, run by publishers and editors-in-chief Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas, won Best Semiprozine. This is its sixth year winning in this category; one only needs to read some of the fantastic work they produce in order to see why!
Additionally, Zeno client Aliette de Bodard was nominated for Best Novella for Fireheart Tiger.
This year’s awards were presented on Sunday, September 4, 2022, at a ceremony at Chicon 8, the 80th World Science Fiction Convention in Chicago. Nearly 1400 votes were counted in total for the awards, which makes us that much prouder of our spectacularly talented clients. Congratulations Suzanne, Neil, Lynne, and Michael!
To see the full roster of winners and nominees, please see the Hugo Awards website.