Nebula Awards 2003

Somehow it slipped past me, but the Nebula Awards were announced a week ago…


Winners of the 2003 Nebula Awards were announced at a banquet Saturday evening, April 17, in Seattle, Washington.
NOVEL
The Speed of Dark, Elizabeth Moon (Ballantine)
NOVELLA
Coraline, Neil Gaiman (HarperCollins)
NOVELETTE
“The Empire of Ice Cream”, Jeffrey Ford (Sci Fiction, 26 Feb 2003)
SHORT STORY
“What I Didn’t See”, Karen Joy Fowler (Sci Fiction 10 Jul 2002)
SCRIPT
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Stephen Sinclair & Peter Jackson (New Line Cinema; based on the novel by J. R. R. Tolkien)
Coraline has managed the relatively rare feat of taking a Nebula and a Hugo, and is yet another feather in the cap for Gaiman. He’s clearly taking a high place among fantasy writers today, both in terms of recognition as well as actual ability. Coraline, in addition to the Hugo and Nebula has won the Bram Stoker award, the British SF Association award, and the Locus award.

2 thoughts on “Nebula Awards 2003”

  1. Hm, I think we picked up a copy of The Speed of Dark somewhere… I’ll have to get that onto my to-read pile (I thin it’s on Kev’s right now).
    I’ve read Coraline… loved it. I’m glad Gaiman’s getting his recognition finally. He deserves it. Hells, he’s deserved it since the days of Sandman, but people just weren’t willing to see it then. He’s well worth reading.

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