Posted on August 22, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Congratulations (again) to the winners of the 2019 Hugo Awards — what are they going to do next?
If they’re headed to Disney World, Tor didn’t report on that, but bookworms are likely more interested in their writing plans.
Readers will have to wait for some sequels or subsequent books from certain winners, but there is instant gratification in some cases.
The short story "Head of a Snake, Tail of a Dragon," Zen Cho’s sequel to her award-winning novelette, is currently available on her website.
Becky Chambers — winner of the best-series award — will release a standalone novella called To Be Taught, If Fortunate in the U.S. on September 3. (The book, not part of her acclaimed Wayfarers series, is already out in the United Kingdom.)
Also releasing on September 3: The Mythic Dream, an anthology co-edited by this year’s best professional long-form editor, Navah Wolfe.
See what else is coming up for the other winners of the Hugo Awards, which honor the best work in science fiction and fantasy, on Tor’s website.
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