Edit to add: I forgot the category in which fans of this blog could plausibly put someone on the ballot - James Taylor, cover artist for all Eruditorum Press books, is eligible for Best Fan Artist, a category that required just 23 nominations to get on the ballot last year.
Hugo nominations have officially opened. If you were registered for Sasquan, you are automatically eligible to nominate (though you'll have to join MidAmericon II to vote); otherwise you'll have to register for MidAmericon II. If you're eligible, you should have an e-mail coming in the next few days with details on how to nominate.
I'm working on my nomination ballot, and will post it when it's ready in the course of a "everybody post your ballot in comments" post. It remains my view that everyone should make their ballots public this year, just because that's a sound anti-Puppy tactic.
Anyway, if you want to nominate anything we do over here for some bizarre reason, here's a rough guide to it.
Eruditorum Press as a whole is not eligible; it does not meet the criteria for Best Semiprozine or Best Fanzine. TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 6 is also probably not eligible; it would depend on whether it's considered to be "substantially revised" from its original electronic publication, and the precedent set by booting "Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus" last year makes me suspect it's not.
Now go nominate something with an actual shot at getting on the ballot.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook