59th Annual Nebula Awards

The Nebula Awards recognize the best works of science fiction and fantasy published in the United States, as selected by members of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and are considered among the most prestigious awards for these genres.  Awards are given for the previous year's best novel, novella (17,500-40,000 words), novelette (7,500-17,500 words), and short story, among other categories.  To learn more, visit the Nebula Awards website.


 

Best Novel

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Best Novella

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The Andre Norton Nebula Award for Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction

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Best Novelette

Winner:

“The Year Without Sunshine” by Naomi Kritzer

 

Nominees:

“A Short Biography of a Conscious Chair” by Renan Bernardo

“I am AI” by Ai Jiang 

“Imagine Purple-Haired Girl Shooting Down the Moon” by Angela Liu

"Saturday’s Song” by Wole Talabi

“Six Versions of My Brother Found Under the Bridge” by Eugenia Triantafyllou

 


 

Best Short Story

 

Winner:

"Tantie Merle and the Farmhand 4200" by R. S. A. Garcia

 

Nominees:

“Once Upon a Time at The Oakmont” by P. A. Cornell

“Window Boy” by Thomas Ha

“The Sound of Children Screaming” by Rachael K. Jones

“Better Living Through Algorithms” by Naomi Kritzer

"Bad Doors”by John Wiswell

 

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