Nebula Nominees 2004

The Nominees for the Nebula Awards, to be awarded April 17, 2004


Best Novel:
Diplomatic
Immunity
by Lois McMaster Bujold

The
Mount
by Carol Emshwiller

Light
Music
by Kathleen Ann Goonan

The Salt
Roads
by Nalo Hopkinson

Chindi
by Jack McDevitt

The Speed of
Dark
by Elizabeth Moon

Best Novella:
“Potter of Bones” by Eleanor
Arnason

“The Empress of Mars” by Kage
Baker


Coraline” by Neil
Gaiman

“Stories for Men” by John
Kessel

“Breathmoss” by Ian
MacLeod

Best Novelette:
“Mask of the Rex” by Richard
Bowes

“Of a Sweet Slow Dance in the Wake of
Temporary Dogs” by Adam-Troy Castro

“0wnz0red” by Cory
Doctorow

“The Empire of Ice Cream” by Jeffrey
Ford

“The Wages of Syntax” by Ray
Vukcevich

Best Short Story:
“Knapsack Poems” by Eleanor
Arnason

“The Brief History of the Dead” by Kevin
Brockmeier

“Goodbye to All That” by Harlan
Ellison

“Grandma” by Carol
Emshwiller

“What I Didn’t See” by Karen Joy
Fowler

“Lambing Season” by Molly
Gloss

“The Last of the O-Forms” by James Van
Pelt

Best Script:
Minority
Report
by Scott Frank and John Cohen

Where No Fan Has Gone Before by David A.
Goodman (from Futurama)

Spirited
Away
by Hayao Miyazaki, Cindy Davis Hewitt, and Donald H.
Hewitt

Finding
Nemo
by Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, and David
Reynolds

The Lord of the
Rings: The Two Towers
by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Stephen
Sinclair, and Peter Jackson

One thought on “Nebula Nominees 2004”

  1. I don’t know if it’s fair for LotR:RotK and Minority Report to be nominated for best script since they weren’t original scripts but adaptions. I hope Spirited Away wins, not only because it was original, but I think it was a better script too.

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