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.
|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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... and only person (to date) to refuse a Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Nebula Award ... had been published in May 1981 in The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction, was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Short Story in early 1982 ... Tuttle wrote a letter to the Awards director Frank Catalano requesting that her story be withdrawn, saying, "I don't approve of this kind of ...
... Glide Path (1963) 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968) Rendezvous with Rama (Hugo and Nebula Award) (1972) (BSFA and Nebula Awards winner, 1973 Hugo, Campbell, and Locus Awards winner, 1974) Imperial Earth (19 ...
... Richard Wilson (1920–1987) was a Nebula Award winning American science fiction writer and fan ... His short stories included "The Eight Billion" (nominated for a Nebula Award as Best Short Story in 1965) "Mother to the World" (nominated for the Hugo for Best Novelette in 1969 and winner of the Nebula in 1968 ...
... short stories and science fiction who has won prizes ranging from the Nebula Award to the Philip K ... Dick Award ... In 2005, she was awarded the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement ...
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