What I have so far for nominations for the Hugo Awards for this year (for F&SF/related work produced in 2011):
Deathless, by Catherynne Valente (Best Novel)
Niall Harrison, Editor, Strange Horizons, (Best Editor, Short Form)
I don't feel particularly bad about not nominating very much, since I don't even pretend to keep up with the field in any comprehensive way, but is there anything/anyone else who really ought to be on my ballot? I'm sure I'm overlooking things I've already read. I'll wait until right before the deadline (Sunday night) to put my list in, but get any suggestions to me quickly, please!
Note that I don't nominate in Best Editor, Long Form, because I think the category is a travesty, and that I almost certainly haven't seen any Dramatic Presentation (long or short), so there's not much point in suggesting those unless you can meet the rather high threshold of convincing me it's so unbelievably good that I should nominate it just on your say-so. It is exceedingly unlikely that I will watch any video longer than five minutes, and I'm not going to read anything new that's longer than a short story.