The Hugo Awards for 2003 were announced Sept. 4 at WorldCon in Boston.
RevolutionSF Fiction contributor Jay Lake won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
(His RevSF Fiction includes "The Redundant Order of the Night," "The Angle of My Dreams," and "Under the Purplefan Trees.")
Some of the winners include Lois McMaster Bujold's "Paladin of Souls" for novel; Vernor Vinge's "The Cookie Monster" for novella; "Legions in Time" by Michael Swanwick, " and Neil Gaiman's "A Study In Emerald" won other story awards.
"Return of the King" won the dramatic presentation, long form Hugo, and Gollum's acceptance speech at the MTV Movie Awards won the short form prize.
I just want to say right here that I am anxiously awaiting Vernor Vinge's next novella, "The Big Bird."