Are starting to appear. So far:
Best Fan Artist: Frank Wu
Best Fan Writer: Dave Langford
Best Fanzine: SF 5-Yearly
Best Editor, Long Form: Patrick Nielsen Hayden
Further discussion here. Two surprises for me, so far: I really thought Scalzi was going to take Fan Writer, and I expected Jim Baen to pick up the Long Form Editor.
EDIT: And here’s the rest, about which before anything else I have to say OMG GAIMAN LOST.
John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer (not a Hugo!): Naomi Novik
Best Semiprozine: Locus
Best Professional Artist: Donato Giancola
Best Editor, Short Form: Gorden Van Gelder
Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form: Doctor Who, “Girl in the Fireplace”
Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form: Pan’s Labyrinth
Best Related Book: James Tiptree Jr: The Double Life of Alice B Sheldon by Julie Phillips
Best Short Story: “Impossible Dreams” by Tim Pratt
Best Novellette: “The Djinn’s Wife” by Ian McDonald
Best Novella: “A Billion Eyes” by Robert Reed
Best Novel: Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge
- I’ll say it again: OMG GAIMAN LOST. And I’m thrilled for Tim Pratt, too — I’ve been really impressed by his stories over the past year or so, particularly “Cup and Table” in Twenty Epics and “From Around Here” in Logorrhea.
- I have no complaints about novellette, novella, or best related book, either.
- I can’t comment on Rainbows End, largely because I haven’t read it yet; but on the face of it I’m surprised it beat out the commercial success of Temeraire and the buzz-favourite Blindsight. Quite a few people predicted it in Liz’s poll, though, so perhaps I shouldn’t be.
- I’m similarly surprised that Pan’s Labyrinth won, given that it made the ballot with the lowest number of nominations. But it’s a deserving winner — almost anything on the Dramatic Presentation Long Form ballot would have been.
EDIT: And here are the nomination details, as an icky pdf. Highlights:
- There are no Japanese nominees anywhere. Did Japanese members of the con not get sent ballots, or something? [UPDATE: There are a few in Best Artist. But I wish there were more in all categories.]
- Sun of Suns, Farthing, The Jennifer Morgue and The Lies of Locke Lamora were all within 10 nominations of making the novel ballot
- I was wrong to say above that Pan’s Labryinth had the lowest number of nominations — it actually had the second highest (100), compared to 31 for Pirates, so I don’t know how the original ballot got published with Pirates on it. In general the number of nominations in this category was dramatically down, compared to the previous few years.
- The Heroes premiere was one nomination off making the ballot.
- Strange Horizons got nominations in both fanzine and semiprozine; but it wouldn’t have made ether ballot by adding them together. Although if you add in Susan Marie Groppi’s nine nominations for Best Editor, Short Form …
And the final ballot is here:
- Blindsight was last. Last by quite a long way. The race for novel was between Novik and Vinge, with Vinge leading fairly comfortable throughout.
- Editor, Long Form was very close between PNH and Jim Baen; PNH was second for most of the process, then moved into first when Hartwell was eliminated.
- Langford beat Scalzi by one vote — and Scalzi had more first-place votes.
- Naomi Novik crushed all comers in the Campbell.