- 2023 Hugo Finalist Voting Statistics Posted
The 2023 Hugo Awards were presented October 21 during a ceremony at the Chengdu Worldcon. Today the committee released the voting statistics for the finalists, which show how the winners were determined. The report is available here: https://file770.com/wp-content/uploads/2023-Hugo-Awards-Stats.pdf. Still due … Continue reading
- The Museum of Earthly Delights
By Rich Lynch: As I mentioned in a previous essay, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who knows me for me to say that I really like museums. Art museums, history museums, science museums, cultural museums, sports museums, … Continue reading
- Pixel Scroll 12/2/23 I Was Watching A Pixel Walk Through A Wall
(1) GET ON BOARD. Join the mission and have your name engraved on NASA’s Europa Clipper spacecraft as it travels 1.8 billion miles to explore Europa, an ocean world that may support life. Sign your name today to the… “Message … Continue reading
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- Michaele Jordan Review: Five of the 2023 Hugo Nominees for Best Novel
By Michaele Jordan. In The Daughter of Doctor Moreau, Ms. Moreno-Garcia re-examines a story that has been intriguing us for well over a century. The original novel, The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G Wells, was published in 1896. It … Continue reading
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- J.J.S. Boyce Review: E. Guittard Chocolates
By J.J.S. Boyce: I’ve received a sampling of three different bars of chocolate from E. Guittard, the oldest family-owned chocolate company in the United States. San Francisco chocolate-makers since the 1850s, the company began with one enterprising Frenchman, Etienne, who saw … Continue reading
- Pixel Scroll 12/1/23 Five Weeks In A Granfalloon
(1) WATERSTONES BOOK OF 2023. The Guardian reports, “Katherine Rundell wins Waterstones book of 2023 with ‘immediate classic’”. Impossible Creatures by Katherine Rundell has been named the 2023 Waterstones book of the year. The children’s novel, about a magical archipelago where all … Continue reading
- Top 10 Stories for November 2023
When Dann asked, “Omitting collected works, who are the top 5 authors in your library by number of books on your shelves?” a lot of Filers wanted to play along, which made the November 12 Scroll the most popular post … Continue reading
- 2023 Analog Award For Emerging Black Voices
Sakinah Hofler of New Jersey is the winner of the 2023 Analog Award for Emerging Black Voices. The award was announced November 30 during the 8th Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium. The winning story will be purchased and published in Analog, and … Continue reading
- Pixel Scroll 11/30/23 Too Much Pixel And No Scroll
(1) THE TIMES THEY ARE A’CHANGIN’. Gabino Iglesias is the new horror columnist for the New York Times. He told told readers on X.com, “It’s a dream come true. Can’t wait to bring you all the horror goodness starting in … Continue reading
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