N.K. Jemisin Becomes the First Author to Win Hugo Award for Best Novel Three Years in a Row

N.K. Jemisin Becomes the First Author to Win Hugo Award for Best Novel Three Years in a Row

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The Hugo Awards, one the most salient events in literary awards, was beautifully done on Sunday night generating a fabulous fact: N.K. Jemisin who won 2018’s award with her work The Stone Sky (2017) is the first African American female author taking the honors three consecutive years in a row!     N.K. Jemisin released her Broken Earth trilogy in 2015 and the masterpiece won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2016. Her performance of words still danced to 2017 when her sequel The Obelisk Gate won the prize. Now, with her 2018 honor, N.K. Jemisin makes the history. According to Christian Holub’s article, authors like Connie Willis and Vernor …