David and Perry complete their review of all of the fiction nominated for this year’s Hugo Awards by discussing the Best Novel category. Then Perry and Lucy Sussex investigate the controversy around the novel which was withdrawn from this year’s Miles Franklin Award.
Perry and David discuss in detail the novellas nominated for this year’s Hugo Awards, and Perry talks to Rose Mitchell about the latest season of Star Trek: Picard.
David and Perry discuss this year’s nominees for the Short Story and Novelette categories of the Hugo Award, and Perry discusses the movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once” with W. H. Chong.
Perry and David take the Hugo Time Machine back to the year 1968, when the shorter fiction was dominated by the Dangerous Visions anthology edited by Harlan Ellison and Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny won the Best Novel award.