Literary award season is back, praise be! The 2019 Nebula Award nominees were named last week, and so we begin our review of those works in the short story category. (You can see the whole list of nominees at The Verge.) Short Story Nominees Interview for the End of the World by Rhett C. Bruno (Bridge … Continue reading 2019 Nebula Award nominees for best short story: let the reviews begin!
Did you know the 2017 Nebula Award nominees are out? Of course you did, because unlike me, you’ve been paying attention to all the great science fiction and fantasy out there. The Nebula Awards will be held May 19, 2018, in Pittsburgh. My only excuses for not posting this earlier are I’m trying to write a … Continue reading 2017 Nebula nominees for best short story are announced
Note: this is the second to last review of the short stories nominated for this year’s Nebula Award. All but one of the other nominees are reviewed in recent posts on this site. The one that is missing is “Sabbath Wine” by Barbara Krasnoff. Check back on May 16th and that review should be up as … Continue reading A Nebula-nominated short story with tongue in cheek and arm in mouth
Note: This is review number five of the six short stories nominated for the Nebula Award in 2017. You will find the full list of nominees here, and the other reviews this year in the most recent posts. “A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wild Flowers” by Alyssa Wong is about two tragic sisters with … Continue reading Nebula nominee–“A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wild Flowers” by Alyssa Wong / Nominado al Premio Nébula – “A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wild Flowers” de Alyssa Wong