As I’m sure everyone knows by now, the Hugo Awards are the pre-eminent awards for science fiction, fantasy, and imaginative literature. They’re also now recognized “by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running science fiction award.” The organizers of Worldcon 75 have arranged for this year’s ceremony to be covered live, with details available on the main Awards site. The full list of finalists, including details of the votes cast, is here.
Worldcon 75 will “offer text-based coverage of the Hugo Awards ceremony via CoverItLive, suitable for people with bandwidth restrictions. For those with the bandwidth for it, Worldcon 75 Helsinki plans to offer live video streaming of the Hugo Awards ceremony via their YouTube channel. Details of the live-streaming coverage will be available at the 2017 Worldcon web site.”
I’ll be reporting from the ceremony itself, but for anyone who wishes to follow it online, see the links above. Should be quite an evening.