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Gaiman's American Gods Wins Hugo 194

Posted by Hemos
from the winning-the-prizes dept.
H.I. McDonnough writes "Neil Gaiman won this year's Hugo for his novel American Gods. A much better choice than last year. " If you are a curious, check out the review I did on it.
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Gaiman's American Gods Wins Hugo

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  • by macrohead (585074) on Monday September 02, 2002 @11:50AM (#4184127) Homepage
    Sheesh. The one Gaiman book I don't fly through right away turns out to be one of the best.
  • by Concertina (183807) on Monday September 02, 2002 @12:51PM (#4184441)
    The competition for the Hugo award this year was truly intense. Kudos to China Mieville and Lois McMaster Bujold as well for their excellent works.

    From Neil's weblog today:
    (Memo to self: even if you don't think you're going to win, write a speech. Otherwise you will wind up on the stage in front of several thousand people, finishing an impromptu speech with "Fuck, I got a Hugo.")

    Fortunately, we mere mortals aren't plauged by such concerns.

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