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Three Hugo Nominees Object To Publisher's Decision

Posted at 1:17PM Wednesday 14 May 2014

Three of the best novel nominees for this year's Hugo Award have issued a joint statement criticizing their publisher, Orbit, for not allowing their complete books to be part of the packet of e-books made available for Hugo voters. Loncon 3, the 2014 World Science Fiction Convention, is assembling the Hugo Voter Packet, but has not yet released it.

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