Nebula Awards for 2006

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The results are in from the Nebula Awards® banquet put on by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), and here are the 2006 Nebula Award winners:

  • Novel — Camouflage, by Joe Haldeman
  • Novella — “Magic for Beginners,” by Kelly Link
  • Novelette — “The Faery Handbag,” by Kelly Link
  • Short Story — “I Live with You,” by Carol Emshwiller
  • Script — Serenity by Joss Whedon
  • First annual Andre Norton Award for young adult SF — A Modern Tale of Faerie, by Holly Black
  • Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement — Harlan Ellison
  • Author Emeritus — William F. Nolan

Congratulations to all! You can view photos from the event at http://www.midamericon.org/photoarchive/06neb01.htm.

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  1. tsmacro
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    It’s really cool to see the recognition for Joss Whedon for his Serenity script. He writes sci-fi tv and movie dialog that’s both interesting and fun.

  2. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    I was a late-comer to Firefly, and didn’t watch it until it was already on DVD. I enjoyed it hugely, mainly for the humor and the witty dialogue. (I liked Serenity, too, but not as much as the show.)

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