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August 30, 2001 - September 3, 2001
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2001 Hugo & John W. Campbell Awards
The Retro Hugo Awards for 1950
Hugos | 2001 Hugo Winners | 1951 Retro Hugo Winners | 2001 Hugo & Campbell Nominees | 1951 Retro Hugo Nominees | How to Vote | Ballots | Hugo Links
Saul Jaffe, Rick Katze - Hugo Award administrators firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Sources of InformationThere are a number of web sites on the net where you can find more information on the Hugos, including descriptions of how the votes are tallied and recommendations on what to nominate. We hope to continue to update this list until the end of the nominations period.
In our discretion we will include links to other sites that recommend material to be considered for awards. Science fiction and fantasy clubs and other organizations or groups which make recommendations to their members are encouraged to email us at email@example.com with their links. We will be in touch with you.
- 2001 Hugo & Campbell Nominees
- We have added links (where available) to the 2001 Hugo Award Press Release.
- FANAC, Inc.
- FANAC, Inc. has a lot of worthwhile stuff on their site if you're interested in the history of fanzines and fannish activity in general. This particular page contains information on, and representative samples of, fanzines from 1950 which are eligible for the Retro Hugo Award.
- NESFA's recommendation list
- NESFA maintains a list of Good Stuff to read for the years 2000 and 1950. Any NESFA member who reads something that they would like to recommend to others to be considered for a Hugo nomination can add it to the list. It's neither definitive nor complete, but it contains the stories, novels and non-fiction works that a bunch of well-read fans feel may be worthy of a Hugo nomination.
- World Science Fiction Society
- The World Science Fiction Society (WSFS) sponsors the Hugo Awards. The awards are administered by the committee running the World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) that year. It is one of the few things that the convention must do.
- The John W. Campbell Best New Writer Award Eligible Author Web Site
- This site is maintained by James Van Pelt. The site covers past winners, gives general background on voting procedures, and lists several dozen writers who the site author considers eligible for the Campbell Award. The listing of potential nominees found at this site are unofficial. Eligibility will be determined by the Millennium Philcon Hugo sub-committee in conjunction with Dell Publications.
- Emerald City's Hugo Site
- This excellent site, run by Cheryl Morgan, has a lot of information about the Hugo Award including a history of the award, details on the categories, recommendations, and an explanation on how the voting system works.
- This site maintains a list of the Hugo Award winners, including special awards given by the committee if any were given.
- AwardWeb is a collection of lists of literary award winners maintained by Laurie Mann. The emphasis of this site is science fiction awards, but you'll also find other literary awards.
- Locus Index to Science Fiction Awards
- Locus Magazine has an Index to Science Fiction Awards with some interesting Hugo nominee data.
- Past Hugo Voting Statistics
- George Flynn wrote an article on past Worldcon Hugo voting statistics.
- The Muppets Use Instant Runoff Voting
- The Center for Voting and Democracy has an amusing demonstration of what they term Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) using the Muppets. This demo describes the same sort of voting method used for the Hugo and John W. Campbell Awards.
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