List of Awards and Nominations Received By William Gibson - Awards - Nebula Award

Nebula Award

The Nebula Award is an award given each year to the best science fiction or fantasy fiction published in the United States during the two previous years. It is awarded by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, whose members determine the nominations and winners. Gibson's only Nebula Award was for Neuromancer in 1985, though he has received seven other nominations.

Year Nominated work Category Result Notes
1982 Johnny Mnemonic"Johnny Mnemonic" Nebula Award for Best Short Story Nominated Originally published in 1981
1983 Burning Chrome"Burning Chrome" Nebula Award for Best Novelette Nominated Originally published in 1982
1985 NeuromancerNeuromancer Nebula Award for Best Novel Won Originally published in 1984
1987 The Winter Market"The Winter Market" Nebula Award for Best Novelette Nominated Originally published in 1985
1986 Dogfight"Dogfight" Nebula Award for Best Novelette Nominated Co-authored with Michael Swanwick; originally published in 1985
1987 Count ZeroCount Zero Nebula Award for Best Novel Nominated Originally published in 1985
1989 Mona Lisa OverdriveMona Lisa Overdrive Nebula Award for Best Novel Nominated Originally published in 1988
1992 The Difference EngineThe Difference Engine Nebula Award for Best Novel Nominated Co-authored with Bruce Sterling; originally published in 1990

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