Hugo Losers Party

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34th World Science Fiction Convention
... speech, as such, but gave a generally well received one, immediately following the convention's Hugo Awards ceremony at the nearby Art Deco-inspired Kansas City Municipal Auditorium ... Martin had planned the party well in advance and in a strong note of irony, he became the party's undisputed official host, having himself just lost two of MidAmeriCon's Hugo Awards for the Novelette "...and ... One of the highlights of the first Hugo losers' party was writer Larry Niven being presented with a replacement Hugo Award by convention chairman Ken Keller ...

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