The newsletter contains my end of year roundup (two stories published in 2004), a note of the upcoming conventions where gnomi and I will be over the next few months, and information on voting in the Analog AnLab awards and nominating in the Hugos. I feel strongly enough about those last two that I'll repeat the information here.
If you're a regular reader of Analog, they have the AnLab ballot on their webpage at http://www.analogsf.com/analogreaders_2004.shtml. Voting closes on February 1, 2005.
If you were a member of Noreascon 4, or are currently a member of Interaction (the 2005 Worldcon), you can nominate in the Hugo Awards. I know a lot of people out there were at Noreascon 4, so don't miss your opportunity to participate in the process. More information can be found at http://www.interaction.worldcon.org.uk/hugo.htm, including how to get a Hugo nominating ballot and where to mail it.