NOVEL John Scalzi, Redshirts.
NOVELLA Brandon Sanderson, The Emperor's Soul.
NOVELETTE Pat Cadigan, 'The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi' (Edge of Infinity).
SHORT Ken Liu, 'Mono no Aware' (The Future is Japanese).
RELATED WORK Brandon Sanderson, Dan Wells, Mary Robinette Kowal, Howard Tayler & Jordan Sanderson, Writing Excuses, Season Seven.
GRAPHIC STORY Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples, Saga, Volume One.
DRAMATIC – LONG The Avengers.
DRAMATIC – SHORT Game of Thrones: 'Blackwater'.
EDITOR – SHORT Stanley Schmidt.
EDITOR – LONG Patrick Nielsen Hayden.
PRO ARTIST John Picacio.
FANZINE SF Signal.
FANCAST SF Squeecast.
FAN WRITER Tansy Rayner Roberts.
FAN ARTIST Galen Dara.
JOHN W. CAMPBELL AWARD Mur Lafferty.
The full ballot.
In The Guardian, @davidmbarnett comments, "Personally, I've always liked the Hugos purely because they do follow the populist line. The SF world is richly represented by awards that honour different works for different reasons. The Clarkes go for the big, cerebral SF novels of the year. The Kitschies give a nod to the edgy and unconventional. The Hugos celebrate the popular. In a genre whose fanbase is often seen as elitist, this is a very good thing – especially when it comes to perhaps opening it up to a wider, mainstream audience." The Hugo awards: 'beauty contest' or prize of the people?
From back in April: @ruthlesscult on "How to fix (Discussion of) the Hugo Awards."