Continuing our reviews of the 2020 Hugo Awards finalists in the Best Novelette category, we move on to “Away with the Wolves” by Sarah Gailey and “For He Can Creep” by Siobhan Carroll.
Welcome back to this series of reviews covering the prose stories on the 2020 Hugo Awards ballot. The previous posts in the series looked over the Best Short Story category; now, let us move on to the category for stories of 7,500 to 17,500 words: Best Novelette…
The season of the Hugo Awards is upon us once again, and Worldcon’s membership has selected another batch of science fiction and fantasy stories to vie for the coveted trophy. To start off Bookmarked’s coverage of the awards, I am taking a look at the two categories for shorter fiction: Best Short Story and Best Novelette.
With my previous post having covered the Best Short Story finalists, it is time to move on to the category for stories between 7,500 and 17,500 words: Best Novelette.
Having covered the Hugo Awards’ Best Short Story finalists in my previous post, I shall now take a look at the five stories that are contending for the title of Best Novelette.