There are a few changes to the nominating process this year (though from the nominators' point of view, it will be the same as before - nominate your five favorite things in each category). We're also giving the Best Series category a test drive this year. Should be interesting!
It appears this year's Worldcon is not using a PIN system for the nominations, they are e-mailing all members direct links to individual, private nomination pages. So if you link to Worldcon 75, be careful not to accidentally post your private nominating link to the world! (Note to self.) :-)
Most of this year was really rough for me, work-wise, so I haven't read as much as I'd like. My 'might nominate' list is still pretty empty! I'm wandering the web for recommendations, and my Facebook friends. If there's something you really loved that was first published or aired in 2016 and is eligible for nomination for the 2017 Hugo Awards, please post it in the comments!
Here's what I might nominate this year, so far:
Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form:
John W. Campbell:
- I'm thinking about the Kate Daniels series, by Ilona Andrews, but if Best Series is ratified at this year's Worldcon, a series that makes the short list isn't eligible again until two more volumes have come out. And there will only be one more book in this series. So... maybe better to wait?
I'll post an update closer to the end of nominations season, after I've hopefully read some more.
Here's my to-read list, in no particular order:
- Necessity by Jo Walton
- The Raven and the Reindeer by T. Kingfisher (currently reading)
- City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett
- Ghost Talkers by Mary Robinette Kowal
- Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff
- Fallout by Harry Turtledove