Nebula Award for Best Short Story

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Nebula Award for Best Short Story
Nebula Award
The Nebula Award trophy
Awarded forThe best science fiction or fantasy story of less than 7,500 words published in the prior calendar year
Presented byScience Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
First awarded1966
Currently held byRebecca Roanhorse ("Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience™")
Websitesfwa.org/nebula-awards/

The Nebula Award for Best Short Story is a literary award assigned each year by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) for science fiction or fantasy short stories. A work of fiction is defined by the organization as a short story if it is less than 7,500 words; awards are also given out for longer works in the categories of novel, novella, and novelette. To be eligible for Nebula Award consideration a short story must be published in English in the United States. Works published in English elsewhere in the world are also eligible provided they are released on either a website or in an electronic edition.[1] The Nebula Award for Best Short Story has been awarded annually since 1966.[1] The award has been described as one of "the most important of the American science fiction awards" and "the science-fiction and fantasy equivalent" of the Emmy Awards.[2][3]

Nebula Award nominees and winners are chosen by members of the SFWA, though the authors of the nominees do not need to be a member. Works are nominated each year between November 15 and February 15 by published authors who are members of the organization, and the six works that receive the most nominations then form the final ballot, with additional nominees possible in the case of ties. Members may then vote on the ballot throughout March, and the final results are presented at the Nebula Awards ceremony in May. Authors are not permitted to nominate their own works, and ties in the final vote are broken, if possible, by the number of nominations the works received.[1] Beginning with the 2009 awards, the rules were changed to the current format. Prior to then, the eligibility period for nominations was defined as one year after the publication date of the work, which allowed the possibility for works to be nominated in the calendar year after their publication and then reach the final ballot in the calendar year after that. Works were added to a preliminary ballot for the year if they had ten or more nominations, which were then voted on to create a final ballot, to which the SFWA organizing panel was also allowed to add an additional work.[4]

During the 53 nomination years, 215 authors have had works nominated; 40 of these have won, including co-authors. One of these authors, Lisa Tuttle, refused her award, and in 1971 no winner was chosen as "no award" received the highest number of votes.[5] Harlan Ellison won three times out of eight nominations, both the highest number of wins and the highest number of nominations of any author. Ten authors have won twice, with Karen Joy Fowler at seven and Gardner Dozois at six having the next highest nomination count after Ellison. Michael Swanwick has the most nominations for short story without winning at six, and Howard Waldrop and Gene Wolfe are next with five each. No other author has been nominated more than four times.

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the short story was first published. Each year links to the corresponding "year in literature". Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the writer's name have won the award; those with a white background are the other nominees on the shortlist. Entries with a gray background and a plus sign (+) mark a year when "no award" was selected as the winner.

  *   Winners and joint winners   +   No winner selected

Year Author(s) Short story Publisher or publication Ref.
1966 Harlan Ellison* "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Isaac Asimov "Eyes Do More Than See" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Isaac Asimov "Founding Father" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
J. G. Ballard "Souvenir" Playboy [6]
Donald Barthelme "Game" The New Yorker [6]
Jane Beauclerk "Lord Moon" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Lin Carter "Uncollected Works" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
John Christopher "A Few Kindred Spirits" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Avram Davidson "The House the Blakeneys Built" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Gordon R. Dickson "Computers Don't Argue" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [6]
Thomas M. Disch "Come to Venus Melancholy" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
James A. Durham "Of One Mind" If [6]
H. L. Gold "Inside Man" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Ron Goulart "Calling Dr. Clockwork" Amazing Stories [6]
Alex Kirs "Better Than Ever" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
R. A. Lafferty "In Our Block" If [6]
R. A. Lafferty "Slow Tuesday Night" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Fritz Leiber "Cyclops" Worlds of Tomorrow [6]
Fritz Leiber "The Good New Days" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Larry McCombs "The Peacock King" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Ted White
Scott Nichols "Though a Sparrow Fall" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [6]
Larry Niven "Becalmed in Hell" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Larry Niven "Wrong-Way Street" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Richard Olin "The Mischief Maker" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [6]
Edgar Pangborn "A Better Mousehole" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
Mack Reynolds "A Leader for Yesteryear" If [6]
Robert Rohrer "Keep Them Happy" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
James H. Schmitz "Balanced Ecology" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [6]
Clifford D. Simak "Over the River and Through the Woods" Amazing Stories [6]
Richard Wilson "The Eight Billion" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Roger Zelazny "Devil Car" Galaxy Science Fiction [6]
1967 Richard McKenna* "The Secret Place" Orbit 1 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [7]
Brian Aldiss "Man In His Time" Who Can Replace a Man? (Harcourt, Brace & World) [7]
Bob Shaw "Light of Other Days" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [7]
1968 Samuel R. Delany* ""Aye, and Gomorrah…"" Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [8]
Reginald Bretnor "Earthwoman" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [8]
Samuel R. Delany "Driftglass" If [8]
Fritz Leiber "Answering Service" If [8]
Theodore L. Thomas "The Doctor" Orbit 2 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [8]
Kate Wilhelm "Baby, You Were Great" Orbit 2 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [8]
1969 Kate Wilhelm* "The Planners" Orbit 3 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [9]
Poul Anderson "Kyrie" The Farthest Reaches (Trident Press) [9]
Terry Carr "The Dance of the Changer and the Three" The Farthest Reaches (Trident Press) [9]
H. H. Hollis "Sword Game" Galaxy Science Fiction [9]
Damon Knight "Masks" Playboy [9]
Robert Taylor "Idiot's Mate" Amazing Stories [9]
1970 Robert Silverberg* "Passengers" Orbit 4 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [10]
Harlan Ellison "Shattered Like a Glass Goblin" Orbit 4 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [10]
Larry Niven "Not Long Before the End" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
Theodore Sturgeon "The Man Who Learned Loving" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
James Tiptree, Jr. "The Last Flight of Dr. Ain" Galaxy Science Fiction [10]
1971 (no award)+ [11]
Gardner Dozois "A Dream at Noonday" Orbit 7 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
Harry Harrison "By the Falls" If [11]
R. A. Lafferty "Entire and Perfect Chrysolite" Orbit 6 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
Keith Laumer "In the Queue" Orbit 7 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
James Sallis "The Creation of Bennie Good" Orbit 6 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
Kate Wilhelm "A Cold Dark Night with Snow" Orbit 6 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
Gene Wolfe "The Island of Doctor Death and Other Stories" Orbit 7 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [11]
1972 Robert Silverberg* "Good News from the Vatican" Universe 1 (Doubleday) [12]
Gardner Dozois "Horse of Air" Orbit 8 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [12]
Stephen Goldin "The Last Ghost" Protostars (Ballantine Books) [12]
George Zebrowski "Heathen God" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [12]
1973 Joanna Russ* "When It Changed" Again, Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [13]
Harlan Ellison "On the Downhill Side" Universe 2 (Doubleday) [13]
Frederik Pohl "Shaffery Among the Immortals" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Robert Silverberg "When We Went to See the End of the World" Universe 2 (Doubleday) [13]
James Tiptree, Jr. "And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Gene Wolfe "Against the Lafayette Escadrille" Again, Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) [13]
1974 James Tiptree, Jr.* "Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death" The Alien Condition (Ballantine Books) [14]
Edward Bryant "Shark" Orbit 12 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [14]
George R. R. Martin "With Morning Comes Mistfall" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [14]
Vonda N. McIntyre "Wings" The Alien Condition (Ballantine Books) [14]
Norman Spinrad "A Thing of Beauty" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [14]
Gene Wolfe "How I Lost the Second World War and Helped Turn Back the German Invasion" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [14]
1975 Ursula K. Le Guin* "The Day Before the Revolution" Galaxy Science Fiction [15]
Philip José Farmer "After King Kong Fell" Omega (Walker & Co.) [15]
Roger Zelazny "The Engine at Heartspring's Center" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [15]
1976 Fritz Leiber* "Catch That Zeppelin!" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [16]
Gregory Benford "Doing Lennon" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [16]
Gregory Benford "White Creatures" New Dimensions 5 (Harper & Row) [16]
Jorge Luis Borges "Utopia of a Tired Man" The New Yorker [16]
Algis Budrys "A Scraping at the Bones" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [16]
Phyllis Eisenstein "Attachment" Amazing Stories [16]
Harlan Ellison "Shatterday" Gallery [16]
Nicholas Fisk "Find the Lady" New Dimensions 5 (Harper & Row) [16]
Charles L. Grant "White Wolf Calling" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [16]
Richard A. Lupoff "Sail the Tide of Mourning" New Dimensions 5 (Harper & Row) [16]
P. J. Plauger "Child of All Ages" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [16]
Frederik Pohl "Growing Up in Edge City" Epoch (Berkley Books) [16]
Craig Strete "Time Deer" If [16]
1977 Charles L. Grant* "A Crowd of Shadows" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [17]
Joe Haldeman "Tricentennial" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [17]
Thomas F. Monteleone "Breath's a Ware That Will Not Keep" Dystopian Visions (Prentice Hall) [17]
Jake Saunders "Back to the Stone Age" Lone Star Universe (Heidelberg Publishers) [17]
Lisa Tuttle "Stone Circle" Amazing Stories [17]
Howard Waldrop "Mary Margaret Road-Grader" Orbit 18 (G. P. Putnam's Sons) [17]
1978 Harlan Ellison* "Jeffty Is Five" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [18]
Dennis R. Bailey "Tin Woodman" Amazing Stories [18]
David Bischoff
Edward Bryant "The Hibakusha Gallery" Penthouse [18]
Thomas F. Monteleone "Camera Obscura" Cosmos [18]
John Varley "Air Raid" Asimov's Science Fiction [18]
1979 Edward Bryant* "Stone" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [19]
C. J. Cherryh "Cassandra" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [19]
Jack Dann "A Quiet Revolution for Death" New Dimensions 8 (Harper & Row) [19]
1980 Edward Bryant* "giANTS" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [20]
Michael Bishop "Vernalfest Morning" Chrysalis 3 (Zebra Books) [20]
Orson Scott Card "Unaccompanied Sonata" Omni [20]
Tanith Lee "Red as Blood" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [20]
George R. R. Martin "The Way of Cross and Dragon" Omni [20]
Joanna Russ "The Extraordinary Voyages of Amélie Bertrand" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [20]
1981 Clifford D. Simak* "Grotto of the Dancing Deer" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [21]
Charles L. Grant "Secrets of the Heart" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Bob Leman "Window" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Gene Wolfe "War Beneath the Tree" Omni [21]
Craig Strete (withdrawn) "A Sunday Visit with Great-Grandfather" New Dimensions 11 (Harper & Row) [21]
1982 Lisa Tuttle* (refused)[a] "The Bone Flute" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [23]
Jack Dann "Going Under" Omni [23]
Gardner Dozois "Disciples" Penthouse [23]
William Gibson "Johnny Mnemonic" Omni [23]
George Guthridge "The Quiet" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [23]
Kim Stanley Robinson "Venice Drowned" Universe 11 (Doubleday) [23]
Timothy R. Sullivan "Zeke" Twilight Zone [23]
John Varley "The Pusher" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [23]
1983 Connie Willis* "A Letter from the Clearys" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
Greg Bear "Petra" Omni [24]
Jack C. Haldeman II "High Steel" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [24]
Jack Dann
Barry N. Malzberg "Corridors" The Engines of the Night (Doubleday) [24]
Robert Silverberg "The Pope of the Chimps" Perpetual Light (Warner Books) [24]
Howard Waldrop "God's Hooks!" Universe 12 (Doubleday) [24]
1984 Gardner Dozois* "The Peacemaker" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Leigh Kennedy "Her Furry Face" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Jack McDevitt "Cryptic" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Chad Oliver "Ghost Town" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [25]
Hilbert Schenck "The Geometry of Narrative" Analog Science Fact & Fiction [25]
William F. Wu "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium" Amazing Stories [25]
1985 Gardner Dozois* "Morning Child" Omni [26]
George Alec Effinger "The Aliens Who Knew, I Mean, Everything" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
Lucius Shepard "Salvador" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
Bruce Sterling "Sunken Gardens" Omni [26]
Gene Wolfe "A Cabin on the Coast" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
George Zebrowski "The Eichmann Variations" Light Years and Dark (Berkley Books) [26]
1986 Nancy Kress* "Out of All Them Bright Stars" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [27]
James Blaylock "Paper Dragons" Imaginary Lands (Ace Books) [27]
John Crowley "Snow" Omni [27]
Gardner Dozois "The Gods of Mars" Omni [27]
Jack Dann
Michael Swanwick
Joe Haldeman "More Than the Sum of His Parts" Playboy [27]
Howard Waldrop "Flying Saucer Rock & Roll" Omni [27]
Howard Waldrop "Heirs of the Perisphere" Playboy [27]
William F. Wu "Hong's Bluff" Omni [27]
1987 Greg Bear* "Tangents" Omni [28]
Isaac Asimov "Robot Dreams" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Pat Cadigan "Pretty Boy Crossover" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
James Patrick Kelly "Rat" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Nancy Springer "The Boy Who Plaited Manes" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Howard Waldrop "The Lions Are Asleep This Night" Omni [28]
1988 Kate Wilhelm* "Forever Yours, Anna" Omni [29]
Pat Cadigan "Angel" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Paul Di Filippo "Kid Charlemagne" Amazing Stories [29]
Karen Joy Fowler "The Faithful Companion at Forty" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Lisa Goldstein "Cassandra's Photographs" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
Susan Shwartz "Temple to a Minor Goddess" Amazing Stories [29]
Lawrence Watt-Evans "Why I Left Harry's All-Night Hamburgers" Asimov's Science Fiction [29]
1989 James K. Morrow* "Bible Stories for Adults, No. 17: The Deluge" Full Spectrum (Bantam Spectra) [30]
Thomas M. Disch "Voices of the Kill" Full Spectrum (Bantam Spectra) [30]
John Kessel "Mrs. Shummel Exits a Winner" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
Jack McDevitt "The Fort Moxie Branch" Full Spectrum (Bantam Spectra) [30]
Pat Murphy "Dead Men on TV" Full Spectrum (Bantam Spectra) [30]
Steven Popkes "The Color Winter" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
1990 Geoffrey A. Landis* "Ripples in the Dirac Sea" Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
Mary C. Aldridge "The Adinkra Cloth" Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine [31]
Michael Bishop "The Ommatidium Miniatures" The Microverse (Bantam Spectra) [31]
Orson Scott Card "Lost Boys" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [31]
Suzy McKee Charnas "Boobs" Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
Bruce Sterling "Dori Bangs" Asimov's Science Fiction [31]
1991 Terry Bisson* "Bears Discover Fire" Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
Pat Cadigan "The Power and the Passion" Omni [32]
Karen Joy Fowler "Lieserl" Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
Pat Murphy "Love and Sex Among the Invertebrates" Alien Sex (Dutton Penguin) [32]
Kim Stanley Robinson "Before I Wake" Asimov's Science Fiction [32]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch "Story Child" Aboriginal SF [32]
1992 Alan Brennert* "Ma Qui" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
Terry Bisson "They're Made Out of Meat" Omni [33]
Karen Joy Fowler "The Dark" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
John Kessel "Buffalo" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
Martha Soukup "Dog's Life" Amazing Stories [33]
W. Gregory Stewart "The Button, and What You Know" Amazing Stories [33]
1993 Connie Willis* "Even the Queen" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
Michael Bishop "Life Regarded as a Jigsaw Puzzle of Highly Lustrous Cats" Omni [34]
Paul Di Filippo "Lennon Spex" Amazing Stories [34]
Nancy Kress "The Mountain to Mohammed" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
Kim Stanley Robinson "Vinland the Dream" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
Martha Soukup "The Arbitrary Placement of Walls" Asimov's Science Fiction [34]
1994 Joe Haldeman* "Graves" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
Harlan Ellison "The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore" Omni [35]
Esther Friesner "All Vows" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Lisa Goldstein "Alfred" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Bridget McKenna "The Good Pup" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
William John Watkins "The Beggar in the Living Room" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
1995 Martha Soukup* "A Defense of the Social Contracts" Science Fiction Age [36]
Ben Bova "Inspiration" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [36]
Joe Haldeman "None So Blind" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
Barry N. Malzberg "Understanding Entropy" Science Fiction Age [36]
Maureen F. McHugh "Virtual Love" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [36]
Kate Wilhelm "I Know What You're Thinking" Asimov's Science Fiction [36]
1996 Esther Friesner* "Death and the Librarian" Asimov's Science Fiction [37]
Kelley Eskridge "Alien Jane" Century [37]
Owl Goingback "Grass Dancer" Excalibur (Warner Aspect) [37]
Lisa Goldstein "The Narcissus Plague" Asimov's Science Fiction [37]
Geoffrey A. Landis "The Kingdom of Cats and Birds" Science Fiction Age [37]
Maureen F. McHugh "The Lincoln Train" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Dave Smeds "Short Timer" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
1997 Esther Friesner* "A Birthday" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Kent Brewster "In the Pound, Near Breaktime" Tomorrow Speculative Fiction [38]
Kathleen Ann Goonan "The String" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Jonathan Lethem "Five Fucks" The Wall of the Sky, The Wall of the Eye (Harcourt Brace) [38]
Bruce Holland Rogers "These Shoes Strangers Have Died Of" Enchanted Forests (DAW Books) [38]
Dean Wesley Smith "In the Shade of the Slowboat Man" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
1998 Jane Yolen* "Sister Emily's Lightship" Starlight 1 (Tor Books) [39]
Gregory Feeley "The Crab Lice" Alternate Tyrants (Tor Books) [39]
Karen Joy Fowler "The Elizabeth Complex" Crank! [39]
James Patrick Kelly "Itsy Bitsy Spider" Asimov's Science Fiction [39]
Michael Swanwick "The Dead" Starlight 1 (Tor Books) [39]
K. D. Wentworth "Burning Bright" Aboriginal SF [39]
1999 Bruce Holland Rogers* "Thirteen Ways to Water" Black Cats and Broken Mirrors (DAW Books) [40]
Steven Brust "When the Bow Breaks" The Essential Bordertown (Tor Books) [40]
Karen Joy Fowler "Standing Room Only" Asimov's Science Fiction [40]
Lisa Goldstein "Fortune and Misfortune" Asimov's Science Fiction [40]
Geoffrey A. Landis "Winter Fire" Asimov's Science Fiction [40]
K. D. Wentworth "Tall One" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [40]
2000 Leslie What* "The Cost of Doing Business" Amazing Stories [41]
Constance Ash "Flower Kiss" Realms of Fantasy [41]
Bruce Holland Rogers "The Dead Boy at Your Window" North American Review [41]
Frances Sherwood "Basil the Dog" Atlantic Monthly [41]
Michael Swanwick "Radiant Doors" Asimov's Science Fiction [41]
Michael Swanwick "Ancient Engines" Asimov's Science Fiction [41]
2001 Terry Bisson* "Macs" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Jeffrey Ford "The Fantasy Writer's Assistant" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Ellen Klages "Flying Over Water" Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet [42]
Severna Park "The Golem" Black Heart, Ivory Bones (Avon Books) [42]
Michael Swanwick "Scherzo with Tyrannosaur" Asimov's Science Fiction [42]
Pat York "You Wandered Off Like a Foolish Child To Break Your Heart and Mine" Silver Birch, Blood Moon (Avon Books) [42]
2002 Severna Park* "The Cure for Everything" Sci Fiction [43]
Michael A. Burstein "Kaddish for the Last Survivor" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [43]
Mike Resnick "The Elephants on Neptune" Asimov's Science Fiction [43]
Sherwood Smith "Mom and Dad at the Home Front" Realms of Fantasy [43]
George Zebrowski "Wound the Wind" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [43]
2003 Carol Emshwiller* "Creature" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [44]
Jeffrey Ford "Creation" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [44]
Megan Lindholm "Cut" Asimov's Science Fiction [44]
Jack McDevitt "Nothing Ever Happens in Rock City" Artemis [44]
Tim Pratt "Little Gods" Strange Horizons [44]
Michael Swanwick "The Dog Said Bow-Wow" Asimov's Science Fiction [44]
2004 Karen Joy Fowler* "What I Didn't See" Sci Fiction [45]
Eleanor Arnason "Knapsack Poems" The New Yorker [45]
Kevin Brockmeier "The Brief History of the Dead" Asimov's Science Fiction [45]
Harlan Ellison "Good-Bye to All That" McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales (Hamish Hamilton) [45]
Carol Emshwiller "Grandma" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [45]
Molly Gloss "Lambing Season" Asimov's Science Fiction [45]
James Van Pelt "The Last of the O-Forms" Asimov's Science Fiction [45]
2005 Eileen Gunn* "Coming to Terms" Stable Strategies and Others (Tachyon Publications) [46]
Mike Moscoe "The Strange Redemption of Sister Mary Anne" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [46]
Mike Resnick "Travels with My Cats" Asimov's Science Fiction [46]
Benjamin Rosenbaum "Embracing-The-New" Asimov's Science Fiction [46]
Greg van Eekhout "In the Late December" Strange Horizons [46]
Ken Wharton "Aloha" Analog Science Fiction and Fact [46]
2006 Carol Emshwiller* "I Live With You" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
K. D. Wentworth "Born Again" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Dale Bailey "The End of the World as We Know It" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Nancy Kress "My Mother, Dancing" Asimov's Science Fiction [47]
Margo Lanagan "Singing My Sister Down" Black Juice (Allen & Unwin) [47]
Anne Harris "Still Life with Boobs" Talebones [47]
Richard Bowes "There's a Hole in the City" Sci Fiction [47]
2007 Elizabeth Hand* "Echo" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Esther Friesner "Helen Remembers the Stork Club" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Eugene Mirabelli "The Woman in Schrodinger's Wave Equations" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Jack McDevitt "Henry James, This One's for You" Subterranean Magazine [48]
Karina Sumner-Smith "An End to All Things" Children of Magic (DAW Books) [48]
Theodora Goss "Pip and the Fairies" Strange Horizons [48]
2008 Karen Joy Fowler* "Always" Asimov's Science Fiction [49]
Andy Duncan "Unique Chicken Goes In Reverse" Eclipse 1 (Night Shade Books) [49]
David D. Levine "Titanium Mike Saves the Day" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [49]
Vera Nazarian "The Story of Love" Salt of the Air (Prime Books) [49]
Jennifer Pelland "Captive Girl" Helix SF [49]
Mary Turzillo "Pride" Fast Forward 1: Future Fiction from the Cutting Edge (Pyr) [49]
2009 Nina Kiriki Hoffman* "Trophy Wives" Fellowship Fantastic (DAW Books) [50]
Mike Allen "The Button Bin" Helix SF [50]
Jeffrey Ford "The Dreaming Wind" The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales (Viking Press) [50]
Kij Johnson "26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss" Asimov's Science Fiction [50]
Gwyneth Jones "The Tomb Wife" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [50]
James Patrick Kelly "Don't Stop" Asimov's Science Fiction [50]
Ruth Nestvold "Mars: A Traveler's Guide" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [50]
2010 Kij Johnson* "Spar" Clarkesworld Magazine [51]
Saladin Ahmed "Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela" Clockwork Phoenix 2 (Norilana Books) [51]
Michael A. Burstein "I Remember the Future" I Remember the Future (Apex Publications) [51]
N. K. Jemisin "Non-Zero Probabilities" Clarkesworld Magazine [51]
James Patrick Kelly "Going Deep" Asimov's Science Fiction [51]
Will McIntosh "Bridesicle" Asimov's Science Fiction [51]
2011 Harlan Ellison* "How Interesting: A Tiny Man" Realms of Fantasy [52]
Kij Johnson* "Ponies" Tor.com [52]
Adam-Troy Castro "Arvies" Lightspeed [52]
Vylar Kaftan "I'm Alive, I Love You, I'll See You in Reno" Lightspeed [52]
Amal El-Mohtar "The Green Book" Apex Magazine [52]
Jennifer Pelland "Ghosts of New York" Dark Faith (Apex Publications) [52]
Felicity Shoulders "Conditional Love" Asimov's Science Fiction [52]
2012 Ken Liu* "The Paper Menagerie" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [53]
Adam-Troy Castro "Her Husband's Hands" Lightspeed [53]
Tom Crosshill "Mama, We are Zhenya, Your Son" Lightspeed [53]
Nancy Fulda "Movement" Asimov's Science Fiction [53]
Aliette de Bodard "Shipbirth" Asimov's Science Fiction [53]
David W. Goldman "The Axiom of Choice" New Haven Review [53]
E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" Clarkesworld Magazine [53]
2013 Aliette de Bodard* "Immersion" Clarkesworld Magazine [54]
Helena Bell "Robot" Clarkesworld Magazine [54]
Tom Crosshill "Fragmentation, or Ten Thousand Goodbyes" Clarkesworld Magazine [54]
Leah Cypess "Nanny's Day" Asimov's Science Fiction [54]
Maria Dahvana Headley "Give Her Honey When You Hear Her Scream" Lightspeed [54]
Ken Liu "The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species" Lightspeed [54]
Cat Rambo "Five Ways to Fall in Love on Planet Porcelain" Near + Far (Hydra House) [54]
2014 Rachel Swirsky* "If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love" Apex Magazine [55]
Matthew Kressel "The Sounds of Old Earth" Lightspeed [55]
Sofia Samatar "Selkie Stories Are for Losers" Strange Horizons [55]
Kenneth Schneyer "Selected Program Notes from the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer" Clockwork Phoenix 4 (Mythic Delirium Books) [55]
Sylvia Spruck Wrigley "Alive, Alive Oh" Lightspeed [55]
2015 Ursula Vernon* "Jackalope Wives" Apex Magazine [56]
Aliette de Bodard "The Breath of War" Beneath Ceaseless Skies [56]
Eugie Foster "When It Ends, He Catches Her" Daily Science Fiction [56]
Matthew Kressel "The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye" Clarkesworld Magazine [56]
Usman T. Malik "The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family" Qualia Nous (Written Backwards) [56]
Sarah Pinsker "A Stretch of Highway Two Lanes Wide" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [56]
Alyssa Wong "The Fisher Queen" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [56]
2016 Alyssa Wong* "Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers" Nightmare Magazine [57]
Naomi Kritzer "Cat Pictures Please" Clarkesworld Magazine [57]
David D. Levine "Damage" Tor.com [57]
Amal El-Mohtar "Madeleine" Lightspeed [57]
Martin L. Shoemaker "Today I Am Paul" Clarkesworld Magazine [57]
Sam J. Miller "When Your Child Strays from God" Clarkesworld Magazine [57]
2017 Amal El-Mohtar* "Seasons of Glass and Iron" The Starlit Wood (Saga Press) [58]
Brooke Bolander "Our Talons Can Crush Galaxies" Uncanny Magazine [58]
Barbara Krasnoff "Sabbath Wine" Clockwork Phoenix 5 (Mythic Delirium Books) [58]
Sam J. Miller "Things With Beards" Clarkesworld Magazine [58]
A. Merc Rustad "This Is Not a Wardrobe Door" Fireside Magazine [58]
Alyssa Wong "A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wildflowers" Tor.com [58]
Caroline M. Yoachim "Welcome to the Medical Clinic at the Interplanetary Relay Station / Hours Since the Last Patient Death: 0" Lightspeed [58]
2018 Rebecca Roanhorse* "Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience™" Apex Magazine [59]
Vina Jie-Min Prasad "Fandom for Robots" Uncanny Magazine [59]
Jamie Wahls "Utopia, LOL?" Strange Horizons [59]
Fran Wilde "Clearly Lettered in a Mostly Steady Hand" Uncanny Magazine [59]
Matthew Kressel "The Last Novelist (or A Dead Lizard in the Yard)" Tor.com [59]
Caroline M. Yoachim "Carnival Nine" Beneath Ceaseless Skies [59]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Lisa Tuttle unsuccessfully attempted to withdraw "The Bone Flute" from the final ballot, and then refused the award when it won, because George Guthridge had sent copies of his story "The Quiet" to SFWA members in an attempt to solicit votes. The award was collected on her behalf by Pocket Books's editor John Douglas, and no mention of her refusal was made at the awards ceremony.[22][23]

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