Hugo and Nebula eligible work from Apex Magazine

Posted by on Jan 1, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments

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Apex Magazine Issue 44Apex Magazine 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 Publications 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.

Short Story category*

Hugo Award only:
Apex Magazine for Best Semiprozine
Lynne M. Thomas for Best Editor, Short Form

The original post mistakenly included “Trixie and the Pandas of Dread” by Eugie Foster and “The Performance Artist” by Lettie Prell

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