Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction convention, will be closing the Emerald City voting booths on Tuesday, March 10th.
If you are eligible to nominate and don’t do so by March 10th, YOU’LL HAVE NO SAY in who wins the Hugo Awards this year, and those of us who did nominate (and vote – later) will laugh at your complaints of injustice, lack of popularity and attempted redefinitions of the genre.
And remember – PAY NO ATTENTION TO THAT SAD PUPPY BEHIND THE CURTAIN – it’s just trying to scare you with bluster, bombast and blather, and all it really wants is a ride home to Kansas. Where it should stay while learning not to pee where it eats.
Vote for works you think deserve the award, not to advance a political agenda.
Just about everyone writing for Amazing Stories is eligible for at least the Best Fan Writer Award, and many others are eligible for other awards that you can see here.