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Jan 27 2010 4:18pm

Nebula Award nominations are here!

Since 1965, the Nebula Awards are given each year by the Science Fiction Writers of America for outstanding works of science fiction, fantasy, or related fiction genre published in the United States. The nominations period is open through February 15th, 2010, and we wanted to bring to your attention the twenty-two fine eligible works that Tor.com had the honor of publishing in 2009:


Errata,” by Jeff VanderMeer
January 15, 2009

Escape to Other Worlds with Science Fiction,” by Jo Walton
February 6, 2009

A Weeping Czar Beholds the Fallen Moon,” by Ken Scholes
February 17, 2009

Eros, Philia, Agape,” by Rachel Swirsky
March 3, 2009

We Haven’t Got There Yet,” by Harry Turtledove
March 19, 2009

Bugs in the Arroyo,” by Steven Gould
April 17, 2009

TVA Baby,” by Terry Bisson
April 28, 2009

Last Son of Tomorrow,” by Greg van Eekhout
May 15th, 2009

The City Quiet as Death,” by Steven Utley and Michael Bishop
June 9, 2009

The House That George Built,” by Harry Turtledove
June 23, 2009

The Cat Who Walked a Thousand Miles,” by Kij Johnson
July 14th, 2009

The Nostalgist,” by Daniel H. Wilson
July 28th, 2009

The Ruined Queen of Harvest World,” by Damien Broderick
August 18, 2009

First Flight,” by Mary Robinette Kowal
August 25th, 2009

Silver Linings,” by Tim Pratt
September 15, 2009

Zeppelin City,” by Michael Swanwick and Eileen Gunn
October 5, 2009

The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday,” by G. D. Falksen
October 20, 2009

A Memory of Wind,” by Rachel Swirsky
November 3, 2009

The Star and the Rockets,” by Harry Turtledove
November 17, 2009

The Horrid Glory of Its Wings,” by Elizabeth Bear
December 8, 2009

Overtime,” by Charles Stross
December 22, 2009

Farewell Performance,” by Nick Mamatas
December 31, 2009


We hope that you have enjoyed our stories here at Tor.com, and we look forward to bringing you even more fantastic fiction in the years to come.

2 comments
Zeke Uribe
1. Zeke
The only one I've read on this list, "Silver Linings" is fantastic and beautiful. I will definitely be reading all of these short stories...
Mary Robinette Kowal
2. MaryRobinette
Just a note that I excused myself from eligibility this year for the Nebulas because I was involved in setting up the nomination software and didn't want to cause a conflict of interest. So, though "First Flight" remains eligible for the Hugos, please don't consider it for the Nebulas.

Thanks,
Mary Robinette Kowal

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