And in case you hadn't heard, the Hugo Award goes to. . .
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Wed Sep 5 17:15:55 EDT 2001
. . . J.K. Rowling for _Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire_.
This is the first time a YA fantasy novel has ever won the Hugo for best
novel. (_Ender's Game_ doesn't count.)
I don't know how much it matters, since the Hugo is a mark of audience
preference rather than any critical acclaim, and we already knew people like
HP. But I was thinking, "Where were you people when _Fire and Hemlock_ came
who should really go upstairs now
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