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2013 Hugo Voter Packet Now Available!

LoneStarCon 3, the 71st World Science Fiction Convention, has made available the 2013 Hugo Voter Packet, an electronic package of nominated works graciously made available to voters by nominees and their publishers.

The 2013 Hugo Voter Packet is available to Supporting, Attending, Military and Young Adult members of LoneStarCon 3 to help inform them about the works under consideration before voting. The packet will remain available until voting closes on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 at 11:59pm CDT.

Members can login here. You will need your name (as recorded in the LoneStarCon 3 membership database) and your unique Hugo PIN to access the Hugo Voter Packet content. PIN reminders will be sent out at regular intervals during the final ballot period. Instructions on how to recover lost or forgotten PINs can be found on the download page.

If you are not yet a member you can register online for immediate access to the Hugo Voter Packet and the chance to help select this year’s Hugo and John W. Campbell Award winners. You do not need to attend the convention to participate in the Hugo Awards.

NOW AVAILABLE: The 2012 Hugo Voter Packet!

From The Hugo Awards website: Chicon 7, this year’s World Science Fiction Convention, has just released the 2012 Hugo Voter Packet. This package includes electronic versions of many works nominated for the 2012 Hugo Awards and is only available through the close of voting on this year’s Hugo Awards on July 31, 2012. (Fancast nominees, including SF Signal, can be heard here)

Chicon Attendees and Supporting Members: To access the Hugo Voter Packet, you will need a PIN issued to you by Chicon 7. You should have recieved an email explaining how to obtain the packet. If not, contact Chicon 7’s Hugo Award Administrators.

Everyone Else: You can take advantage of this awesome packet of sf/f goodness, too. If you buy a supporting membership to Chicon 7, you get the 2012 Hugo Voter Packet for free. At $50, that’s a great deal. (You also get the right to vote this year, and nominate next year.)