Award “controversy,” fiascos, and discussions, oh my! In this special episode of SandF, we invited Stina Leicht and Liz Bourke to talk about the Hugo and Clarke Award shortlists. We cover the controversies surrounding this year’s finalists, our own thoughts about the lists, and the rhetoric that has kept the fires burning (and more, of course).
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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):
Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 1:48:06)
- Liz Bourke’s Website
- Clarke Award Shortlist
- Hugo Award Finalists
- “Can we stop talking about the Hugos now?” by Staffer’s Book Review
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