Saturday, February 25, 2006

Rob's "Identity Theft" a Nebula Award finalist

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America have just announced the final ballot for this year's Nebula Awards. My "Identity Theft" is one of five finalists in the novella category. "Identity Theft" has already won the world's top prize for SF writing, the 6,000-euro Premio UPC.

For the convenience of SFWA members -- who now are voting on the final Nebula ballot -- as well as for those who might like to read "Identity Theft" as they contemplate what to nominate for the Hugo and Aurora Awards -- the full text (all 25,000 words) of "Identity Theft" is available online as a Word document and an Acrobat PDF file.

"Identity Theft" was first published in the wonderful anthology Down These Dark Spaceways, edited by Mike Resnick for the Science Fiction Book Club. This makes me the first person ever to be nominated for a major award for an original Science Fiction Book Club publication, and I'm very proud of that.

The full final Nebula Award ballot is here.


At February 27, 2006 9:16 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations for being one of the five finalists in the novella category!

--Jessica Thomas

At February 28, 2006 12:42 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

He had a good editor.

-- Mike Resnick

At February 28, 2006 12:45 AM , Blogger RobertJSawyer said...

Indeed I do! Hi, Mike! :D


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