I had so much fun at the first day of the Nebula Weekend. Let’s see, where did I leave off yesterday…? Around 3pm I went to one of the hotel bars where people were hanging out. A short time later, I saw Stan Schmidt, editor of Analog walking by and he eventually joined me. We […]
This morning SFWA announced the nominations for the 2010 Nebula Awards. It looks like a very good year and some of the categories will be a tough choice indeed, but that is a good thing. It means there was a lot of really outstanding science fiction and fantasy this year. Congratulations to all of the […]
I’ll join the list of voices today and remind SFWA members that tomorrow is the deadline for making your 2010 Nebula nominations. Here are the pieces that I have nominated. Go forth and nominate.
I’ve done my nominations for the Hugo and Nebula awards for 2010. There were several good novels and one superbly outstanding one. I didn’t read a whole lot of short fiction from 2010 so some of those categories are blank. Nominations within each grouping are listed alphabetically by author. Nebula Nominations Best Novel Echo by […]
The Nebula Awards nominees were announced today and my friend, Michael A. Burstein’s wonderful story, “I Remember the Future” made the ballot in the category of short story. Nebula Awards are voted on by active members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the awards will be given out in May. Whether […]
I was up around 8:30 AM yesterday morning. I walked into the office to check email and news, and saw, sitting on my bookshelf, where it has been sitting for months and months, Arthur C. Clarke’s Imperial Earth. For some reason, I was unable to resist it, so I took it with me to IHOP […]