UPDATE:  Includes two new stories eligible

Performing our duty as publishers & promoters, Amazing Stories would like to bring to your attention the following works and individuals for consideration during the Hugo Awards nominating process:

Every author contributing to Amazing Stories’s posts is eligible for the Best Fan Writer award

Most, if not all of their posts are equally eligible for the Best Related Works award

Everyone of our contributing artists is eligible for both Best Professional Artist and Best Fan Artist

The person running the show here is eligible for Best Editor, Short Form. (Not deserving, merely eligible, mentioned for the sake of completeness.)

Amazing Stories itself is eligible for Best Fanzine (don’t forget to take a look at our 88th Anniversary issue)


Felix Savage’s novel – The Galapagos Incident – first serialized here – is eligible for Best Novel.  (Copies are available for voters upon request.)


The short film based on Michael A. Burstein’s story – I Remember the Future – is eligible for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form

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I Remember the Future, based on a short story by Michael A. Burstein

Like all of our contributors, Steven H. Silver is eligible for Best Fan Writer.  His fanzine, Argentus, is also eligible for Best Fanzine.  (Steven, if he makes the ballot this year, is in serious contention for most nominations without a win.  Might be nice to screw him over and deny him that title….)

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Susan Gray’s collection, Notes From Other Worlds is eligible for Best Related Work and can be found here


Douglas Smith’s Playing the Short Game: How to Market & Sell Short Fiction the original version of which has been serialized here on Amazing Stories, is eligible for a Best Related Work Award



Update:  Michaele Jordan’s two short stories are eligible for the Best Short Story award –

Spirit in Flight appeared in February in Buzzy Mag. “An Urban Fantasy Ghost Story” and
Message of War appeared in the “Infinite Science Fiction” anthology which came out in September from Infinite Acacia

Likewise, the following stories, first published in Amazing Stories, (and which can be read right here on this website) are eligible for the Best Short Story award –

Customer Service by John Purcell published in Planetary Stories & Amazing Stories, 2014

Weird Stories, Strangely Told by Ira Nayman (short)

Finity, by Felicity Savage (short)

Heavenly Horizon by RIcky L. Brown (short)

The Pixie by Steven M. Long (short)


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JC Hines

Sad Puppies

Scalzi’s Open Post

Thoughts on Nominations

Skiffy & Fanty

Fantastic Stories

SF Signal


(There’s LOTS More Out There)

(Editor’s Notes:  If you are a member of Loncon3, Sasquan or MidAmericon2, please exercise your franchise.)

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