The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, selected by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
The latest volume of the prestigious anthology series, published annually across six decades! The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published yearly since 1966, reprinting winning and nominated stories of the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA).
This year's editor is Nibedita Sen, a Hugo, Nebula, and Astounding Award-nominated writer and editor. This year's Nebula Award winners include Mary Robinette Kowal, Aliette de Bodard, Brooke Bolander, and Phenderson Djèlí Clark.
Stories and Excerpts by:
Mary Robinette Kowal
Aliette de Bodard
Phenderson Djèlí Clark
José Pablo Iriarte
Lawrence M. Schoen
Yudhanjaya Wijeratne and R.R. Virdi
Alix E. Harrow
A. T. Greenblatt
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About the Author
Aliette de Bodard lives and works in Paris. She has won three Nebula Awards, a Locus Award, a British Fantasy Award and four British Science Fiction Association Awards, and was a double Hugo finalist for 2019 (Best Series and Best Novella). Her most recent book is Of Dragons, Feasts and Murders, a fantasy of manners and murders set in an alternate 19th Century Vietnamese court (upcoming July 7th from JABberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.). Her short story collection Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight is out from Subterranean Press. She lives in Paris.
Brooke Bolander writes weird things of indeterminate genre, most of them leaning rather heavily towards fantasy or general all-around weirdness. She attended the University of Leicester 2004-2007 studying History and Archaeology and is an alum of the 2011 Clarion Writers’ Workshop at UCSD. Her stories have been featured in Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, Nightmare, Uncanny, and various other fine purveyors of the fantastic. She has been a finalist for the Nebula, the Hugo, the Locus, the Theodore Sturgeon, and the World
Fantasy awards, much to her unending bafflement. Her debut book with Tor.com Publishing, The Only Harmless Great Thing, was released in 2018.
Martha Wells has written many fantasy novels, including The Books of the Raksura series (beginning with The Cloud Roads), the Ile-Rien series (including The Death of the Necromancer) as well as YA fantasy novels, short stories, media tie-ins (for Star Wars and Stargate: Atlantis), and non-fiction. Her most recent fantasy novel is The Harbors of the Sun in 2017, the final novel in The Books of the Raksura series. She has a new series, The Murderbot Diaries, published by Tor.com.
Phenderson Djéli Clark is the award-winning and Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, and World Fantasy nominated author of the novellas The Black God’s Drums and The Haunting of Tram Car 015. He is a founding member of FIYAH Literary Magazine and an infrequent reviewer at Strange Horizons. When not writing speculative fiction, he works as an academic historian whose research spans comparative slavery and emancipation in the Atlantic World.