Nominations are open for both the Hugo and Nebula Awards, and wouldn't you know it, Tor.com had the honor of publishing some eligible works in 2010!
Hugo winners are selected by the members of Worldcon. This year’s convention is Renovation, in Reno, NV, but members from last year are also eligible to nominate; you need to buy at least a supporting membership for Renovation by January 31 in order to nominate.
The Hugo nominations period is open through Saturday, March 26th, 2011. The ballot is here, and you may nominate up to five works in each category.
The Nebula Awards are voted on by active members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. (SFWA for short). Nebula nominations are open through Tuesday, February 15, and the form is here; you must be a SFWA member, and logged in, to nominate.
|“Vilcabamba” by Harry Turtledove|
|“Fare Thee Well” by Cathy Clamp|
|“The Cage” by A.M. Dellamonica|
|“River of Souls” by Beth Bernobich|
|“Lightbringers and Rainmakers” by Felix Gilman|
|“Sacrifice of the First Sheason” by Peter Orullian|
|“The Trains that Climb the Winter Tree” by Michael Swanwick and Eileen Gunn|
|“Looking for Truth in a Wild Blue Yonder” by Jay Lake and Ken Scholes|
|“The Starship Mechanic” by Ken Scholes and Jay Lake|
|“Tourists” by Sean Craven|
|“The Final Now” by Gregory Benford|
|“The Next Invasion” by Robert Reed|
|“Four Horsemen, At Their Leisure” by Richard Parks|
|“The Courtship of the Queen” by Bruce McAllister|
|“The Cockroach Hat” by Terry Bisson|
|“What Doctor Gottlieb Saw” by Ian Tregillis|
|“Olga” by C.T. Adams|
|“The President's Brain is Missing” by John Scalzi|
|“A Stroke of Dumb Luck” by Shiloh Walker|
|“Eve of Sin City” by S.J. Day|
|“What Makes a River” by Deborah Coates|
|“The Fermi Paradox Is Our Business Model” by Charlie Jane Anders|
|“The Speed of Time” by Jay Lake|
|“The Monster's Million Faces” by Rachel Swirsky|
|“Preparations” by Mark Mills|
|“Intersections and Interlopers” by Ken Scholes and Lisa Desrochers|
|“Good Night, Moon” by Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling|
|“Clockwork Fairies” by Cat Rambo|
|“A Different Engine” by Eileen Gunn|
|“Day After the Cooters” by Eileen Gunn|
|“The Perdido Street Project” by Eileen Gunn|
|“Internal Devices” by Eileen Gunn|
|“Ponies” by Kij Johnson|
|“Sweetheart” by Abbey Mei Otis|
Short Stories (Reprints)
These are stories that first appeared in other markets this year, but are eligible for 2010 awards and deserve some signal-boosting!
|“Good People” by David Wellington|
|“The Man with the Knives” by Ellen Kushner|
|“The Green Bird” by Kage Baker|
A Hugo-only category, although graphic stories may be nominated for the Nebula in existing prose categories.
|Red Light Properties by Dan Goldman|
|King of an Endless Sky by Teetering Bulb Studios|
|Dear Melissa by Teetering Bulb Studios|
Editor, Short Form
Patrick Nielsen Hayden