Four Uncanny Magazine Stories are Nebula Award Finalists!

Outstanding news, Space Unicorns! Four Uncanny Magazine stories are finalists for the prestigious Nebula Award from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America! “And Then There Were (N-One)” by Sarah Pinsker is a finalist for Best Novella, “Small Changes Over Long Periods of Time” by K.M. Szpara is a finalist for Best Novelette, “Fandom for Robots” by Vina Jie-Min Prasad is a finalist for Best Short Story, and “Clearly Lettered in a Mostly Steady Hand” by Fran Wilde is also a finalist for Best Short Story! As you may recall, all of these stories were in the Top Five of our 2017 Favorite Fiction Readers’ Poll!

Also, “Carnival Nine” by Uncanny Magazine Interviewer Caroline  M. Yoachim, published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, is a finalist for Best Short Story! Congratulations Sarah, Kellan, Vina, Fran, and Caroline!

It is an amazing list of finalists, many of whom are Uncanny authors and friends. CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYBODY!!!

From the SFWA Nebula Award announcement:

The Nebula Awards will be presented during the annual SFWA Nebula Conference, which will run from May 17th-20th and feature seminars and panel discussions on the craft and business of writing, SFWA’s annual business  meeting, and receptions. On May 20th, a mass autograph session will take place at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center and is open to the public.

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