A Trifecta of Awesome

November 12, 2012

Ken Liu’s short story “Paper Menagerie” just won all there of Science Fiction’s big awards: the Hugo, the Nebula, and The World Fantasy Award. To our knowledge this has never been done before, which makes this, well, pretty damn incredible. Check out the story through the link above and let us know what you think.

(As a quick aside, here is a link to another one of our favorite Nebula award winners. Kij Johnson’s “Ponies” won in 2010 and is majorly swoon-worthy. Plus, it’s about ponies so… duh.)


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