One of the posts about the failed 2015 Tor boycott I didn’t include in that last Debarkle chapter was this one from Vox Day https://web.archive.org/web/20150616174129/http://voxday.blogspot.com/2015/06/locking-and-loading.html
I didn’t say anything new from one perspective but from another it underlines the point about why Tor has won so many science fiction awards. It is a simple answer: they publish a huge number of books. At the time Vox Day Arch-Nemisis Supremo of Tor Books in avowed blood feud had 38 hardcovers from Tor. In comparison I have 2 (maybe 3?) Baen eBooks and the number would be zero without my morbid curiosity. I actually have more Castalia House ebooks than Baen and that again, is more from slowing-down-to-see-a-car-crash than reading pleasure.
Anyway, Hugo Award Top Tip for Publishers. If you want to win lots of Hugos then publish a lot (and a big range) of books.