This series began in 2014 and is aimed at SFF authors and fans. It’s therefore eligible for the Hugo Award, specifically the “Best Related Work” category. In case it helps, I’ve compiled PDFs with all of the Science in Sci-fi and Fact in Fantasy articles from 2014. If you’re a voting member of Worldcon and think this series has been valuable to the SFF community, please remember us at nomination time!
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