Nebula Award for Best Novella

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Nebula Award for Best Novella
Nebula Award
The Nebula Award trophy
Awarded for The best science fiction or fantasy story of between 17,500 and 40,000 words published in the prior calendar year
Presented by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
First awarded 1966
Currently held by Martha Wells (All Systems Red)
Website sfwa.org/nebula-awards/

The Nebula Award for Best Novella is given each year by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) for science fiction or fantasy novellas. A work of fiction is defined by the organization as a novella if it is between 17,500 and 40,000 words; awards are also given out for pieces of longer lengths in the novel category, and for shorter lengths in the short story and novelette categories. To be eligible for Nebula Award consideration a novella must be published in English in the United States. Works published in English elsewhere in the world are also eligible provided they are released on either a website or in an electronic edition.[1] The Nebula Award for Best Novella has been awarded annually since 1966. Novellas published by themselves are eligible for the novel award instead if the author requests them to be considered as such.[1] The award has been described as one of "the most important of the American science fiction awards" and "the science-fiction and fantasy equivalent" of the Emmy Awards.[2][3]

Nebula Award nominees and winners are chosen by members of the SFWA, though the authors of the nominees do not need to be members. Works are nominated each year between November 15 and February 15 by published authors who are members of the organization, and the six works that receive the most nominations then form the final ballot, with additional nominees possible in the case of ties. Members may then vote on the ballot throughout March, and the final results are presented at the Nebula Awards ceremony in May. Authors are not permitted to nominate their own works, and ties in the final vote are broken, if possible, by the number of nominations the works received.[1] The rules were changed to their current format in 2009. Previously, the eligibility period for nominations was defined as one year after the publication date of the work, which allowed the possibility for works to be nominated in the calendar year after their publication and then be awarded in the calendar year after that. Works were added to a preliminary list for the year if they had ten or more nominations, which were then voted on to create a final ballot, to which the SFWA organizing panel was also allowed to add an additional work.[4]

During the 53 nomination years, 171 authors have had works nominated; 49 of these have won, including co-authors and ties. Nancy Kress has won the most awards: four out of eight nominations. Robert Silverberg, John Varley, and Roger Zelazny have each won twice out of eight, two, and three nominations, respectively. Silverberg's and Kress's eight nominations are the most of any authors, followed by Lucius Shepard and Michael Bishop at seven, and Kate Wilhelm and Avram Davidson with six. Bishop has the most nominations without receiving an award for novellas, though Wilhelm and Davidson have also not won an award.

Winners and nominees

In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the novella was first published. Each year links to the corresponding "year in literature". Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the writer's name have won the award; those with a white background are the other nominees on the shortlist.

  *   Winners and joint winners

Year Author Novella Publisher or publication Ref.
1966 Brian W. Aldiss* "The Saliva Tree" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [5]
Roger Zelazny* "He Who Shapes" Amazing Stories [5]
Avram Davidson "Rogue Dragon" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [5]
Samuel R. Delany The Ballad of Beta-2 Ace Books [5]
C. C. MacApp "The Mercurymen" Galaxy Science Fiction [5]
Frederik Pohl "Under Two Moons" If [5]
A. E. van Vogt "Research Alpha" If [5]
James H. Schmitz
Cordwainer Smith "On the Storm Planet" Galaxy Science Fiction [5]
1967 Jack Vance* "The Last Castle" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Avram Davidson Clash of Star-Kings Ace Books [6]
Charles L. Harness "The Alchemist" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [6]
1968 Michael Moorcock* "Behold the Man" New Worlds [7]
Philip José Farmer "Riders of the Purple Wage" Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [7]
Anne McCaffrey "Weyr Search" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [7]
Robert Silverberg "Hawksbill Station" Galaxy Science Fiction [7]
Theodore Sturgeon "If All Men Were Brothers, Would You Let One Marry Your Sister?" Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [7]
1969 Anne McCaffrey* "Dragonrider" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [8]
Samuel R. Delany "Lines of Power" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [8]
Keith Laumer "The Day Before Forever" The Day Before Forever and Thunderhead (Doubleday) [8]
Dean McLaughlin "Hawk Among the Sparrows" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [8]
Robert Silverberg "Nightwings" Galaxy Science Fiction [8]
1970 Harlan Ellison* "A Boy and His Dog" The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (Avon Books) [9]
Charles L. Harness "Probable Cause" Orbit 4 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [9]
Fritz Leiber "Ship of Shadows" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [9]
Anne McCaffrey "Dramatic Mission" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [9]
Robert Silverberg "To Jorslem" Galaxy Science Fiction [9]
1971 Fritz Leiber* "Ill Met in Lankhmar" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
Poul Anderson "The Fatal Fulfillment" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
James Blish "A Style in Treason" Anywhen (Doubleday) [10]
Harlan Ellison "The Region Between" Galaxy Science Fiction [10]
Clifford D. Simak "The Thing in the Stone" If [10]
Kate Wilhelm "April Fool's Day Forever" Orbit 7 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [10]
1972 Katherine MacLean* "The Missing Man" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [11]
Jerzy Kosinski Being There Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [11]
Keith Roberts "The God House" New Worlds Quarterly #1 [11]
Kate Wilhelm "The Infinity Box" Orbit 9 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
Kate Wilhelm "The Plastic Abyss" Abyss (Doubleday) [11]
1973 Arthur C. Clarke* "A Meeting with Medusa" Playboy [12]
Phyllis Gotlieb "Son of the Morning" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [12]
Ursula K. Le Guin "The Word for World Is Forest" Again, Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [12]
Richard A. Lupoff "With the Bentfin Boomer Boys on Little Old New Alabama" Again, Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [12]
Frederik Pohl "The Gold at the Starbow's End" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [12]
Gene Wolfe "The Fifth Head of Cerberus" Orbit 10 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [12]
1974 Gene Wolfe* "The Death of Doctor Island" Universe 3 (Random House) [13]
Michael Bishop "Death and Designation Among the Asadi" If [13]
Michael Bishop "The White Otters of Childhood" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Jack Dann "Junction" Fantastic [13]
Gardner Dozois "Chains of the Sea" Chains of the Sea (Thomas Nelson) [13]
1975 Robert Silverberg* "Born with the Dead" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [14]
Michael Bishop "On the Street of the Serpents" Science Fiction Emphasis 1 (Ballantine Books) [14]
George R. R. Martin "A Song for Lya" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [14]
1976 Roger Zelazny* "Home Is the Hangman" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [15]
William K. Carlson "Sunrise West" Vertex [15]
Lisa Tuttle "The Storms of Windhaven" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [15]
George R. R. Martin
James Tiptree, Jr. "A Momentary Taste of Being" The New Atlantis (Hawthorn Books) [15]
1977 James Tiptree, Jr.* "Houston, Houston, Do You Read?" Aurora: Beyond Equality (Gold Medal Books) [16]
Michael Bishop "The Samurai and the Willows" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [16]
Richard Cowper "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [16]
Gene Wolfe "The Eyeflash Miracles" Future Power (Random House) [16]
1978 Spider Robinson* "Stardance" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [17]
Jeanne Robinson*
Vonda N. McIntyre "Aztecs" 2076: The American Tricentennial (Pyramid Books) [17]
1979 John Varley* "The Persistence of Vision" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [18]
Gene Wolfe "Seven American Nights" Orbit 20 (Harper & Row) [18]
1980 Barry B. Longyear* "Enemy Mine" Asimov's Science Fiction [19]
Samuel R. Delany "The Tale of Gorgik" Asimov's SF Adventure Magazine [19]
Frederik Pohl "Mars Masked" Asimov's Science Fiction [19]
Hilbert Schenck "The Battle of the Abaco Reefs" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [19]
Joan D. Vinge "Fireship" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [19]
Richard Wilson "The Story Writer" Destinies [19]
1981 Suzy McKee Charnas* "Unicorn Tapestry" New Dimensions 11 (Pocket Books) [20]
Avram Davidson "There Beneath the Silky-Trees and Whelmed in Deeper Gulphs Than Me" Other Worlds 2 (Zebra Books) [20]
Gordon R. Dickson "Lost Dorsai" Destinies [20]
Thomas M. Disch "The Brave Little Toaster" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [20]
Marta Randall "Dangerous Games" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [20]
Michael Shea "The Autopsy" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [20]
1982 Poul Anderson* "The Saturn Game" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [21]
Gregory Benford "Swarmer, Skimmer" SF Digest [21]
Jack Dann "Amnesia" The Berkley Showcase, Vol 3 (Berkley Books) [21]
Phyllis Eisenstein "In the Western Tradition" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Vernor Vinge "True Names" Binary Star 5 (Dell Publishing) [21]
Kate Wilhelm "The Winter Beach" Redbook [21]
1983 John Kessel* "Another Orphan" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
Fritz Leiber "Horrible Imaginings" Death (Playboy) [22]
Brad Linaweaver "Moon of Ice" Amazing Stories [22]
George R. R. Martin "Unsound Variations" Amazing Stories [22]
Joanna Russ "Souls" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
1984 Greg Bear* "Hardfought" Asimov's Science Fiction [23]
Michael Bishop "The Gospel According to Gamaliel Crucis" Asimov's Science Fiction [23]
Michael Bishop "Her Habiline Husband" Universe 13 (Doubleday) [23]
Avram Davidson "Eszterhazy and the Autogóndola-Invention" Amazing Stories [23]
Vonda N. McIntyre "Transit" Asimov's Science Fiction [23]
Robert Silverberg "Homefaring" Amazing Stories [23]
1985 John Varley* "Press ENTER" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
Avram Davidson "Young Doctor Eszterhazy" Amazing Stories [24]
Nancy Kress "Trinity" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
Frederik Pohl "The Greening of Bed-Stuy" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [24]
Lucius Shepard "A Traveler's Tale" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
Michael Swanwick "Marrow Death" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
1986 Robert Silverberg* "Sailing to Byzantium" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Kim Stanley Robinson "Green Mars" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Bruce Sterling "Green Days in Brunei" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
James Tiptree, Jr. "The Only Neat Thing to Do" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [25]
Kate Wilhelm "The Gorgon Field" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Roger Zelazny "24 Views of Mt. Fuji, by Hokusai" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
1987 Lucius Shepard* "R&R" Asimov's Science Fiction [26]
Gregory Benford "Newton Sleep" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
Kim Stanley Robinson "Escape from Kathmandu" Asimov's Science Fiction [26]
Robert Silverberg "Gilgamesh in the Outback" Asimov's Science Fiction [26]
F. Paul Wilson "Dydeetown Girl" Far Frontiers 4 (Baen Books [26]
1988 Kim Stanley Robinson* "The Blind Geometer" Asimov's Science Fiction [27]
John M. Ford "Fugue State" Under the Wheel (Baen Books) [27]
Keith Roberts "The Tiger Sweater" Fantasy & Science Fiction [27]
Geoff Ryman The Unconquered Country Bantam Spectra [27]
Robert Silverberg "The Secret Sharer" Asimov's Science Fiction [27]
Walter Jon Williams "Witness" Wild Cards (Bantam Spectra) [27]
1989 Connie Willis* "The Last of the Winnebagos" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Bradley Denton "The Calvin Coolidge Home for Dead Comedians" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Lucius Shepard The Scalehunter's Beautiful Daughter Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Norman Spinrad "Journals of the Plague Years" Full Spectrum (Bantam Spectra) [28]
Walter Jon Williams "Surfacing" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Jane Yolen The Devil's Arithmetic Viking Kestrel [28]
1990 Lois McMaster Bujold* "The Mountains of Mourning" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [29]
John Crowley "Great Work of Time" Novelty (Doubleday) [29]
George Alec Effinger "Marîd Changes His Mind" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Megan Lindholm "A Touch of Lavender" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Judith Moffett "Tiny Tango" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Howard Waldrop A Dozen Tough Jobs Mark V. Ziesing [29]
1991 Joe Haldeman* "The Hemingway Hoax" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
Lois McMaster Bujold "Weatherman" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [30]
Pat Cadigan "Fool to Believe" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
James Patrick Kelly "Mr. Boy" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
Pat Murphy "Bones" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
1992 Nancy Kress* "Beggars in Spain" Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
Paul Ash "Man Opening a Door" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [31]
Michael Bishop Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana Axolotl Press [31]
Mike Resnick Bully! Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch The Gallery of His Dreams Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
Connie Willis "Jack" Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
1993 James Morrow* City of Truth St. Martin's Press [32]
Emma Bull "Silver or Gold" After the King: Stories in Honor of J.R.R. Tolkien (Tor Books) [32]
Bradley Denton "The Territory" Fantasy & Science Fiction [32]
Jerry Oltion "Contact" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [32]
Lee Goodloe
Maureen F. McHugh "Protection" Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
Lucius Shepard "Barnacle Bill the Spacer" Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
Michael Swanwick Griffin's Egg Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
1994 Jack Cady* "The Night We Buried Road Dog" Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
Ray Aldridge "The Beauty Addict" Full Spectrum 4 (Bantam Spectra) [33]
Nancy Kress "Dancing on Air" Asimov's Science Fiction [33]
G. David Nordley "Into the Miranda Rift" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [33]
Kate Wilhelm Naming the Flowers Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
Walter Jon Williams Wall, Stone, Craft Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
1995 Mike Resnick* "Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge" Fantasy & Science Fiction [34]
Harlan Ellison Mefisto In Onyx Omni [34]
Nina Kiriki Hoffman "Haunted Humans" Fantasy & Science Fiction [34]
Ursula K. Le Guin "Forgiveness Day" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
Geoff Ryman "Fan" Unconquered Countries (St. Martin's Press) [34]
Michael Swanwick "Cold Iron" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
1996 Elizabeth Hand* "Last Summer at Mars Hill" Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
Gregory Benford "Soon Comes Night" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Nicola Griffith "Yaguara" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Mike Resnick "Bibi" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Susan Shwartz
Brian Stableford "Mortimer Gray's History of Death" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
1997 Jack Dann* "Da Vinci Rising" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
Ursula K. Le Guin "A Woman's Liberation" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
George R. R. Martin "Blood of the Dragon" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
Jack McDevitt "Time Travelers Never Die" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
Maureen F. McHugh "The Cost to Be Wise" Starlight 1 (Tor Books) [36]
Allen Steele "The Death of Captain Future" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
1998 Jerry Oltion* "Abandon in Place" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Adam-Troy Castro "The Funeral March of the Marionettes" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Paul Levinson "Loose Ends" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [37]
Robert Reed "Chrysalis" Asimov's Science Fiction [37]
Bud Sparhawk "Primrose and Thorn" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [37]
Allen Steele "…Where Angels Fear to Tread" Asimov's Science Fiction [37]
1999 Sheila Finch* "Reading the Bones" Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Catherine Asaro "Aurora in Four Voices" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [38]
Avram Davidson The Boss in the Wall, A Treatise on the House Devil Tachyon Publications [38]
Grania Davis
Eliot Fintushel "Izzy and the Father of Terror" Asimov's Science Fiction [38]
David Gerrold "Jumping Off the Planet" Science Fiction Age [38]
Geoffrey A. Landis "Ecopoiesis" Science Fiction Age [38]
2000 Ted Chiang* "Story of Your Life" Starlight 2 (Tor Books) [39]
Michael A. Burstein "Reality Check" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [39]
Adam-Troy Castro "The Astronaut from Wyoming" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [39]
Jerry Oltion
L. Timmel Duchamp "Living Trust" Asimov's Science Fiction [39]
Andy Duncan "The Executioners' Guild" Asimov's Science Fiction [39]
David Marusek "The Wedding Album" Asimov's Science Fiction [39]
2001 Linda Nagata* "Goddesses" Sci Fiction [40]
Andy Duncan "Fortitude" Realms of Fantasy [40]
Jonathan Lethem "Ninety Percent of Everything" Fantasy & Science Fiction [40]
James Patrick Kelly
John Kessel
Mike Resnick "Hunting the Snark" Asimov's Science Fiction [40]
Lucius Shepard "Crocodile Rock" Fantasy & Science Fiction [40]
Walter Jon Williams "Argonautica" Asimov's Science Fiction [40]
2002 Jack Williamson* "The Ultimate Earth" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [41]
Catherine Asaro "A Roll of the Dice" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [41]
Brenda W. Clough "May Be Some Time" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [41]
Jack Dann "The Diamond Pit" Fantasy & Science Fiction [41]
Lucius Shepard "Radiant Green Star" Asimov's Science Fiction [41]
2003 Richard Chwedyk* "Bronte's Egg" Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Adam-Troy Castro "Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earl's" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [42]
Andy Duncan "The Chief Designer" Asimov's Science Fiction [42]
Charles Coleman Finlay "The Political Officer" Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Bud Sparhawk "Magic's Price" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [42]
2004 Neil Gaiman* Coraline HarperCollins [43]
Eleanor Arnason "The Potter of Bones" Asimov's Science Fiction [43]
Kage Baker "The Empress of Mars" Asimov's Science Fiction [43]
John Kessel "Stories for Men" Asimov's Science Fiction [43]
Ian R. MacLeod "Breathmoss" Asimov's Science Fiction [43]
2005 Walter Jon Williams* "The Green Leopard Plague" Asimov's Science Fiction [44]
Catherine Asaro "Walk in Silence" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [44]
Adam-Troy Castro "The Tangled Strings of the Marionettes" Fantasy & Science Fiction [44]
Vernor Vinge "The Cookie Monster" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [44]
Connie Willis "Just Like the Ones We Used to Know" Asimov's Science Fiction [44]
2006 Kelly Link* "Magic for Beginners" Fantasy & Science Fiction [45]
Bud Sparhawk "Clay's Pride" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [45]
Robert J. Sawyer "Identity Theft" Down These Dark Spaceways (Science Fiction Book Club) [45]
Paul Witcover "Left of the Dial" Sci Fiction [45]
Albert E. Cowdrey "The Tribes of Bela" Fantasy & Science Fiction [45]
2007 James Patrick Kelly* Burn Tachyon Publications [46]
Michael A. Burstein "Sanctuary" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [46]
Paul Melko "The Walls of the Universe" Asimov's Science Fiction [46]
William Shunn "Inclination" Asimov's Science Fiction [46]
2008 Nancy Kress* "Fountain of Age" Asimov's Science Fiction [47]
Judith Berman "Awakening" Black Gate [47]
Matt Hughes "The Helper and His Hero" Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Lucius Shepard "Stars Seen Through Stone" Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Bruce Sterling "Kiosk" Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Gene Wolfe "Memorare" Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
2009 Catherine Asaro* "The Spacetime Pool" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [48]
Gregory Benford "Dark Heaven" Alien Crimes (Science Fiction Book Club) [48]
Kelley Eskridge "Dangerous Space" Dangerous Space (Aqueduct Press) [48]
Charles Coleman Finlay "The Political Prisoner" Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Vera Nazarian The Duke in His Castle Norilana Books [48]
2010 Kage Baker* The Women of Nell Gwynne's Subterranean Press [49]
Carolyn Ives Gilman "Arkfall" Fantasy & Science Fiction [49]
Nancy Kress "Act One" Asimov's Science Fiction [49]
James Morrow Shambling Towards Hiroshima Tachyon Publications [49]
Jason Sanford "Sublimation Angels" Interzone [49]
John Scalzi The God Engines Subterranean Press [49]
2011 Rachel Swirsky* "The Lady Who Plucked Red Flowers beneath the Queen's Window" Subterranean Magazine [50]
Paolo Bacigalupi The Alchemist Subterranean Press [50]
J. Kathleen Cheney "Iron Shoes" Alembical 2 (Paper Golem) [50]
Ted Chiang The Lifecycle of Software Objects Subterranean Press [50]
Geoffrey A. Landis "The Sultan of the Clouds" Asimov's Science Fiction [50]
Paul Park "Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance" Fantasy & Science Fiction [50]
2012 Kij Johnson* "The Man Who Bridged the Mist" Asimov's Science Fiction [51]
Mary Robinette Kowal "Kiss Me Twice" Asimov's Science Fiction [51]
Catherynne M. Valente Silently and Very Fast Clarkesworld Magazine [51]
Carolyn Ives Gilman "The Ice Owl" Fantasy & Science Fiction [51]
Ken Liu "The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary" Panverse 3 (Panverse Publishing) [51]
Adam-Troy Castro "With Unclean Hands" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [51]
2013 Nancy Kress* After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall Tachyon Publications [52]
Aliette de Bodard On a Red Station, Drifting Immersion Press [52]
Jay Lake "The Stars Do Not Lie" Asimov's Science Fiction [52]
Ken Liu "All the Flavors" GigaNotoSaurus [52]
Robert Reed "Katabasis" Fantasy & Science Fiction [52]
Lawrence M. Schoen "Barry's Tale" Buffalito Buffet (Hadley Rille Books) [52]
2014 Vylar Kaftan* "The Weight of the Sunrise" Asimov's Science Fiction [53]
Andy Duncan "Wakulla Springs" Tor.com [53]
Ellen Klages
Nancy Kress "Annabel Lee" New Under the Sun (Phoenix Pick) [53]
Veronica Schanoes "Burning Girls" Tor.com [53]
Lawrence M. Schoen "Trial of the Century" Lawrencemschoen.com [53]
Catherynne M. Valente Six-Gun Snow White Subterranean Press [53]
2015 Nancy Kress* Yesterday's Kin Tachyon Publications [54]
Daryl Gregory We Are All Completely Fine Tachyon Publications [54]
Ken Liu "The Regular" Upgraded (Wyrm Publishing) [54]
Mary Rickert "The Mothers of Voorhisville" Tor.com [54]
Lawrence M. Schoen Calendrical Regression NobleFusion Press [54]
Rachel Swirsky "Grand Jeté (The Great Leap)" Subterranean Magazine [54]
2016 Nnedi Okorafor* Binti Tor.com [55]
C. S. E. Cooney The Bone Swans of Amandale Bone Swans: Stories (Mythic Delirium) [55]
Eugene Fischer "The New Mother" Asimov's Science Fiction [55]
Usman T. Malik "The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn" Tor.com [55]
Kelly Robson "Waters of Versailles" Tor.com [55]
Beth Cato Wings of Sorrow and Bone Harper Voyager Impulse [55]
2017 Seanan McGuire* Every Heart a Doorway Tor.com [56]
S. B. Divya Runtime Tor.com [56]
Kij Johnson The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe Tor.com [56]
Victor LaValle The Ballad of Black Tom Tor.com [56]
John P. Murphy "The Liar" Fantasy & Science Fiction [56]
Kai Ashante Wilson A Taste of Honey Tor.com [56]
2018 Martha Wells* All Systems Red Tor.com [57]
Sarah Gailey River of Teeth Tor.com [57]
Ellen Klages Passing Strange Tor.com [57]
Sarah Pinsker "And Then There Were (N-One)" Uncanny Magazine [57]
Lawrence M. Schoen Barry's Deal NobleFusion Press [57]
JY Yang The Black Tides of Heaven Tor.com [57]

See also

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External links

  • Nebula Awards official site

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