The Nebula Awards

For those of you who have been seeing this list around your friend’s list, if you’re like me, you might be curious about how the Nebula nominations work.

I too have had some publications within the specified time period. I know many SFWA members have been hanging around the Tamago specifically so they can nominate my work, so who am I to disappoint them?

In all seriousness, this feels like a very cool rite of passage. Here we go:

Eligible for Short Story:
The Love Song of Oliver Toddle in The Absent Willow Review

Oliver Toddle was talked about two entries back. You can read all of it at the link above.

Two Vampires and a Panel Discussion in Drops of Crimson.

Two Vampires and a Panel Discussion: Hollywood vampire killer Reginald Rath finally gets to Vampire Con. (A funny Nebula for the win! nominee.)

The Initiation Rites and
Incantations of the Vampire Killers Junior Auxiliary
in Drops of Crimson.

This one might get the Nebula for longest title? Anyway, Abigail Rath and her friend Vince Brewster go on their first vampire killing mission. (Also a funny Nebula for the win! nominee.)

Eligible for Novelette:
Sister Night, Sister Moon in Needles and Bones from Drollerie Press.

Sister Night, Sister Moon is a tragic love story between a man, a woman, and two muses. While it’s not available for free, if you’re really a SFWA member who’s considering it for nomination, I’ll get it to you.

We now return you to your non-Nebula blogging.


Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

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