Thursday, February 05, 2004


66 ballots received so far.

Another observation. Which isn't new news; you can deduce this from the statistics from past years (number of ballots, number of votes per category). Most ballots register votes for only one or two novels, and that's all (aside from survey answers). A minority, say one out of ten, or even fewer, submit votes in all five spaces for sf novel, all five for fantasy novel, all five for novella, etc. More like one out of twenty. Nearer the end I'll calculate actual statistics.

Another Locus Online special year-in-review piece, by Cynthia Ward, is in edit and will be posted shortly.
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king under the dome

doctorow makers

banks transition

kress steal sky

atwood year flood

roberts yellow blue tibia

wilson julian comstock

 ness ask and answer

collins catching fire

collins hunger games

sawyer flashforward

baker hotel

disch proteus

tan tales

mazzucchelli asterios

zebrowski empties

morrow shambling

hamilton cpt future

beckett genesis

meller evo rx


kurzweil transcend

sawyer wake

ness knife never letting go

barzak love we share

mcewan cement garden

holland sci-fi art

gladwell outliers

bittman food matters

baggini what's it all about

Still in progress:

ross rest is noise

aldiss billion year spree

pollan omnivore's dilemma

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