Nebula Award Winners

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The 2004 Nebula Awards for best science fiction or fantasy were presented on April 30 in Chicago, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America announced. The Nebula Awards are voted on and presented by active members of the SFWA, which now has 1,500 members, including most of the leading writers of science fiction and fantasy. A list of winners follows: Best Novel of 2004: Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold, Best Novella of 2004: “The Green Leopard Plague” by Walter Jon Williams, Best Novelette of 2004: “Basement Magic” by Ellen Klages, Best Short Story of 2004: “Coming to Terms” by Eileen Gunn, and Best Script of 2004: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. The Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award was presented to Anne McCaffrey for lifetime achievement in the field. She is only the 22nd writer so honored since 1974. A special “Service to SFWA” award was given to Kevin O’Donnell Jr. in recognition of his 16 years of volunteer service to the organization. (via scifi.com)

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