Thanks for posting that link, spacecat! I was glad to have the opportunity of looking over the Hugo nominees. I even have some comments:
Sure surprised to see Lord Weary's Empire there...seems I just read it, and it flashed right onto the charts.
Ever notice how many Mikes there are winning Hugos? "Dawn, and Sunset, and the Colours of the Earth" by Mike Flynn ought to win a Hugo for retaining Lovecraft's spelling in an American sf mag.
"How to Talk to Girls at Parties" gave the readers so much help in their personal lives that I can see why it's up for a Hugo.
My first vote would be for Joseph T. Majors' "Heinlein's Children". I know how much Majors would appreciate that award.
"Pan's Labyrinth" seems too gory for a Hugo.
Glad to see Stargate there. I sure favor it over BSG.
Second vote I'd cast, Stephen Martiniere as best artist. There's a man who truly earns a Hugo!
I don't like the fanzine nominees too much. "Banana Wings", semi-prozine "Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet", what was it running against, "Punch?" And SFFY is a single issue, not a fanzine, more like a one-shot.
I Test Well--Hearken!