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Old September 4 2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

I can't resist pointing out that Kij Johnson, my esteemed collaborator on DRAGON'S HONOR, just won the Hugo for Best Novella at this year's WorldCon.

Way to go, Kij!
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Old September 4 2012, 05:16 PM   #2
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Re: OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

Yeah, I saw that when I was reading through the winners list of Tor.com. That's great.
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Old September 5 2012, 07:14 AM   #3
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Re: OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

I had totally forgotten she had written a Star Trek book when I was voting or when I saw the results. That's very cool.
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Old September 5 2012, 12:10 PM   #4
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Re: OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

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I can't resist pointing out that Kij Johnson, my esteemed collaborator on DRAGON'S HONOR, just won the Hugo for Best Novella at this year's WorldCon.
Cover artist of numerous ST books (including the "Crucible" trilogy), John Picacio, received one, too.
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Old September 6 2012, 04:26 AM   #5
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Re: OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

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I can't resist pointing out that Kij Johnson, my esteemed collaborator on DRAGON'S HONOR, just won the Hugo for Best Novella at this year's WorldCon.
Cover artist of numerous ST books (including the "Crucible" trilogy), John Picacio, received one, too.
Right, right, I forgot about that. But I did remember his ST work when I voted for him and sent him a congratulatory tweet when he won.

I've been a fan ever since I was introduced to him from his covers for the Terok Nor and Trilogies. I thought that was it. Has he done other covers? I don't remember them.
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Old September 6 2012, 04:41 AM   #6
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Re: OT: Trek novelist wins Hugo Award!

Looking around on his website, I saw the covers for Cruicible: Kirk (I'm assuming if he did one he probably did all three), Fearful Symmetry (it only shows the Prime Universe cover), and the first two Myriad Universes books.
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