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hugo-logoApex Publications published the following works in 2012 that are eligible for the Hugo and Nebula Awards.

(For a list of Hugo and Nebula eligible works from Apex Magazine visit this post.)

The nomination period for the Hugo Awards for this year opened on January 1st. Anyone who has a Supporting or Attending membership in the previous, current, or following year’s Worldcon as of January 31 can nominate any eligible work or person. For LoneStarCon 3, this means members of Chicon 7 (the 2012 Worldcon), LoneStarCon 3 itself (the 2013 Worldcon), and Loncon 3 (the 2014 Worldcon). The nominating period for 2013 is now under way and will close on March 10, 2013. If you don’t plan on attending any of the the 2012-2014 Worldcons, you can still vote by purchasing a Supporting membership available here. Nominations are accepted via online ballot available here.

The nomination period for the Nebula Awards for this year opened on November 15th, 2012 and closes on February 15th. Nominations may be submitted via online ballot with the SFWA nomination form available here.

If you would like to read any of the material listed below for Hugo or Nebula consideration, email publisher Jason Sizemore ( and request a copy.

    Best Novel

  • Machine by Jennifer Pelland
    Best Editor, short form

  • Maurice Broaddus & Jerry Gordon (Dark Faith: Invocations)
  • Lavie Tidhar (The Apex Book of World SF 2)
  • Lynne M. Thomas, Jason Sizemore, Michael Damian Thomas (Apex Magazine)
    Fan Artist

  • Justin Stewart (The Book of Apex: Volume 3 of Apex Magazine)
  • Cortney Skinner
  • Ekatarina Agustina (Machine, Apex Magazine issue 39)
  • Anderzak (Dark Faith: Invocations)
  • Crossvalley Smith (Seasons of Insanity)
  • Raúl Cruz (The Apex Book of World SF 2)
    Short Fiction (7500 words or less)

    • Dark Faith: Invocations edited by Maurice Broaddus and Jerry Gordon

    • “Subletting God’s Head” by Tom Piccirilli
    • “The Cancer Catechism” by Jay Lake
    • “The Big Blue Peacock” by Nick Mamatas
    • “Kill the Buddha” by Elizabeth Twist
    • “Robotnik” by Lavie Tidhar
    • “Prometheus Possessed” by Matt Cardin
    • “Night Train” by Alma Alexander
    • “The Sandfather” by Richard Wright
    • “Sacrifice” by Jennifer Pelland
    • “Thou Art God” by Tim Waggoner
    • “Wishflowers” by Tim Pratt
    • “Coin Drop” by Richard Dansky
    • “Starter Kit” by R.J. Sullivan
    • “A Little Faith” by Max Allan Collins and Matthew Clemens
    • “The Revealed Truth” by Mike Resnick
    • “God’s Dig” by Kelly Eiro
    • “The Divinity Boutique” by Brian J. Hatcher
    • “The Birth of Pegasus” by K. Tempest Bradford
    • “All This Pure Light Leaking In” Lashawn M. Wanak
    • “Fin De Siècle” by Gemma Files
    • “The Angel Seems” by Jeffrey Ford
    • “Magdala Amygdala” by Lucy A. Snyder
    • “A Strange Form of Life” by Laird Barron
    • “In Blood and Song” by Nisi Shawl and Michael Ehart
    • “Little Lies, Dear Leader” by Kyle S. Johnson
    • “I Inhale the City, the City Exhales Me” by Douglas F. Warrick
    • The Apex Book of World SF 2 edited by Lavie Tidhar

    • “Hungry Man” by Will Elliott
    • “Electric Sonalika” by Samit Basu
    • Disintegration Visions by J.M. McDermott

    • “Happiness is Possibile if You Have the Right Pen”
    • “Lights, Bugs”
    • “Aliens and Pie”
    • “The Jamcoi”
    • Seasons of Insanity by Gill Ainsworth and Frank W. Haubold

    • “End of the Line” by Gill Ainsworth
    • “Fighting the Flab” by Gill Ainsworth
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