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Bill's novella "Inclination" makes Hugo Award ballot

Nippon 2007 has released its list of nominees for this year's Hugo Awards. Bill's novella "Inclination," published in the April/May 2006 issue of Asimov's, made the cut, together with works by Paul Melko, Robert Reed, Michael Swanwick, and Robert Charles Wilson.

The Hugo Award is science fiction's highest honor, and is voted on by members of the World Science Fiction Convention. This year's Worldcon, Nippon 2007, will be held August 30–September 3 in Yokohama, Japan, with the Hugos awarded in a ceremony on Saturday, September 1.

"Inclination" is also a current nominee for the Nebula Award.

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