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2013 Nebula Nominees: Novella and Novel

A few days ago, I posted the Nebula Award nominees in the novelette and short story categories.  I saved the novella and novel categories for later because, while I’m interested in the longer works, I won’t have time to read them before … Continue reading

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Asimov’s Makes its Nebula Nominees Available

A quick update on my post from yesterday about the Nebula Award nominees.  I had links to all of the short fiction pieces except the two published in Asimov’s, which originally appeared in print only.  I’m happy to announce that … Continue reading

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SFWA Announces 2013 Nebula Award Nominations (with links)

It’s award time again, and I’m not talking about the Oscars.  My little segment of the fiction-writing world has two major awards: the Hugo Award presented by the World Science Fiction Society and the Nebula Award presented by the Science Fiction … Continue reading

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Nebula Awards Announced

This weekend, the Science Fiction Writers of America announced the winners of the 2012 Nebula Awards.  For those not familiar with the Nebula Awards, they’re one of the genre’s two major “best of” awards (along the with the Hugo Awards).  … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Nebula Novelettes

Ballots for the 2012 Nebula Awards were due March 30th.  As a member of the Science Fiction Writers of America, I get to vote, which is very cool.  I seldom have time to read all of the nominees, so I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the 2012 Nebula Nominees: Short Story

I’ve finished the seven short stories nominated for the 2012 Nebula Award (you can find links to all of them here).  They cover an impressive range of topics and styles.  Something that struck me more with this year’s nominees than … Continue reading

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2012 Nebula Award Nominees: Novel and Novella

A couple of days ago, I posted the Nebula Award nominees in the novelette and short story categories.  While the novel and novella categories are of interest to me,  I didn’t post them because I doubt I’ll vote on these … Continue reading

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2012 Nebula Award Nominees (with links)

It’s award time again.  My little segment of the fiction writing world has two major awards given out annually: the Hugo Award (named for Hugo Gernsback) presented by the World Science Fiction Society and the Nebula Award presented by the Science … Continue reading

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Nebula Award Winners Announced

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America announced the Nebula Award winners last night.  Congratulations to the winners:  Novel:  Among Others by Jo Walton Novella:  “The Man Who Bridged the Mist” by Kij Johnson Novelette:  “What We Found” by … Continue reading

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Past or Present: A Look at the Nebula Stories

A post I published a while ago about the use of present tense versus past in short fiction continues to attract readers.  I guess this shouldn’t surprise me because the use of the “non-traditional” present tense seems to elicit strong opinions from…well…just about … Continue reading

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