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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 12:28 pm 
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Lois Tilton has a couple of Interzone stories on her list over at IRoSF:-

http://www.irosf.com/q/zine/article/10625

Congratulations to Bruce Sterling and Sarah L. Edwards, who made the cut.

Unfortunately this looks like being the last but one issue of IRoSF.

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Is there an easy way to work out if a story is a 'short story', novelette' or 'novella'?

Hugo nominations are open.

Just asking...


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Well, you could always work your way back through the list of story acceptances, which also includes their lengths.

http://www.ttapress.com/interzone/acceptances/

short story >7500
novelette 7500 - 17500
novella 17500 - 40000

Anything bigger than that is officially a novel.

Maybe not the quickest method, I'm afraid, but the only one that I can think of at the moment.

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Here's Rich Horton's take on IZ in 2009, with his word counts, which may not be correct:-

http://ecbatan.livejournal.com/84244.html

From a Hugo perspective, perhaps best to decide what you want to vote for and then, as Jim suggests, use the Stories Accepted info on the website to find out which category it/they fit in.

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Thanks Jim & Pete. That's useful.

It's my first time nominating & I'm working it out as I go.


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