I’m one of these judges, in what looks to be a cool competition:
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I mean, like, literally. Each of these boxes are about fifty pounds, I’d guess:
Also the other kind of heavy, though—the Back to the Future kind of heavy, except this is about the past: those are all my papers. Every manuscript, all my undergraduate and graduate files, a bit of teaching stuff, my PhD comps, every convention and festival and conference program I’ve saved, every floppy and Zip disk I made at some point, all the posters I’ve got, twenty-seven years of journals (which is a whole box on its own), and a whole lot more besides (but mostly manuscripts).
Amazing-cool. So honored. Couldn’t be there this time around, but could follow along online, and with people texting.
It starts here:
Then a zoom in on the night’s proceedings:
Then Rena Mason and Victor LaValle presenting for Mapping‘s category, long fiction:
And here’s Paul Tremblay accepting, with Mackenzie Kiera behind the camera:
Proud to be here as well:
Honored to be included, here. Thanks to Brandon Hobson for the inclusion:
In a few thousands years, I figure the aliens that come to dig through humanity’s (many, many) relics will find a thin strata of light blue in these early-is 2000s:
Hey, check the supercool poster for this—that’s me down in the corner:
Was great talking with everybody here.