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I'm pleased to announce that Strange Horizons has been voted onto the Hugo semiprozine shortlist for the seventh year in a row. To our readers—thank you so much for supporting the magazine and believing in our words and worlds, strange and true.

We'd like to congratulate our fellow semiprozine finalists, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Fireside, Fiyah, Shimmer, and Uncanny. You're wonderful people and organizations, and we love the time we've spent in the SFF word-forest with you.

Congratulations also to folks on the Hugo shortlists who have written, edited, made art, or otherwise contributed to Strange Horizons:

Saladin Ahmed, Charlie Jane Anders, Aliette de Bodard, Brooke Bolander, Becky Chambers, Zen Cho, P. Djèlí Clark, Tina Connolly, Galen Dara, Gardner Dozois, Grace P. Fong, Alix E. Harrow, T. Kingfisher, Mary Robinette Kowal, Naomi Kritzer, Yoon Ha Lee, Likhain, Foz Meadows, Brandon O’Brien, Nnedi Okorafor, Dominik Parisien, Charles Payseur, Alexandra Pierce, Sarah Pinkser, Julia Rios, Rebecca Roanhorse, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, Alasdair Stuart, Bogi Takács, E. Catherine Tobler, Troy L. Wiggins, Renay Williams, & Gary K. Wolfe

Best of luck to everyone, and see you in Dublin!



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27 Jan 2020

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