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:The 2018 Hugo Awards were held Sunday night at the World Science Fiction Convention in San Jose, California. The Hugo award, voted on by members of the fan community, is considered the highest honour for science fiction and fantasy literature… N.K. Jemisin took home the top honor for The Stone Sky, the third installment of her Broken Earth trilogy. Other winners include Martha Wells for her first Murderbot novella All Systems Red, Suzanne Palmer for her novelette “The Secret Life of Bots,” and Rebecca Roanhorse for her short story “Welcome to your Authentic Indian Experience.” [Those last two links apparently let you read the entire story online!] Roanhorse also took home the John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best New Writer.
Ursula K. Le Guin also posthumously won an award for “Best Related Work” for her collection of blog posts No Time to Spare: Thinking About What Matters
And Zack Snyder finally won something, when Blade Runner 2049 lost in the “Best Dramatic Presentation — Long Form” category to Wonder Woman (“screenplay by Allan Heinberg, story by Zack Snyder & Allan Heinberg and Jason Fuch.”)