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Book Format: Choose an option. Get In-Stock Alert. Product Highlights The latest volume of the prestigious anthology series, published annually across six decades! About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Lily Yu, and Brad R. Jane Yolen. Read more. Start reading Nebula Awards Showcase on your Kindle in under a minute.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I enjoyed the book, it had some interesting ideas which I have not seen explored before.
Nebula Awards Showcase 2013
New visions of the future with present advances in AI, possible future colonisation of the galaxy, different slants on the make up of Earth's diverse cultures incorporated into the ideas. Some of the stories did not have endings that were completely tied up, and that is possibly due to them being short stories with a limited number of words available. Overall my impression was good. One person found this helpful. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase.
Paper menagerie, the ice owl, and yhe man who bridged the mist really stood out as excellent for me. Several of the others were also very good. These anthologies are my favorite books to look forward to each year. I was disappointed in the Nebula Awards Showcase for I loved last year's showcase, but the stories in this year's showcase didn't even begin to compare.
Most were boring and very predictable. Same old, same old. Nothing new or unexpected. Were these really the best stories of ? I sincerely doubt it. Format: Paperback.
It contains the stories and poems that the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers selected as the best in their category for It includes an introduction, sixteen stories and poems, and four administrative items. She discusses the Arts and Sciences as creative works. Both draw upon intuition and reasoning. It tells a story of growing up as half Chinese in America.
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It teaches a girl about life and family. It exposes the deliberations of an English teacher and her principal as they choose a Shakespearean work not entangled in legal actions. It follows a small group of DNA modified men as the head south on their semiannual journey. It is about a woman and bees. Goldman is a finalist in the Short Story category. It is a multichoise tale about making decisions.
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It is about a Nigerian scientist who make a major discovery - Among Others Tor, by Jo Walton is an excerpt from the winner in the Novel category. It tracks the life of a pair of Welsh twins with a complicated heritage. It reveals the thoughts of a young woman with a strange type of autism.
Nebula Awards Showcase 2015
It brings someone new and interesting to a young girl on a refit station. Lily Yu is a finalist in the Short Story category. It traces the consequences of a boy throwing a stone. Torgerson is a finalist in the Novelette category.
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It puts a young woman into unexplored waters. It takes a young woman into the previous century. Cooney is the winner of the Rhysling Long Poem category. It presents a merman with a new lover. It tracks the construction of a bridge and a romance. Unfortunately, it doesn't explain the cover. You and history may think otherwise, but all choices are impulsive and fleeting. In any case, these are the winners and some of the other nominees. A few of these stories have introductions revealing a bit about them.