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Congratulations to the 2017 Nebula Awards Winners! 

If you haven't discovered these acclaimed reads yet, then today is your lucky day. 

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This weekend, the winners of the 2017 Nebula Awards were announced during the 52nd annual Nebula Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

In addition to the awards represented below, The Last Unicorn author Peter S. Beagle was awarded the 34th Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master for his lifetime contributions to sci-fi and fantasy. Gardner Dozois and Sheila William were also rewarded for their work in the sci-fi and fantasy community with the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award.

Best Novel

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The Stone Sky

By N.K. Jemisin

The Stone Sky is the final novel in Jemisin's acclaimed Broken Earth trilogy. Jemisin has appeared on the Best Novel ballot six times in the past seven years; this is her first win. The first two titles in the Broken Earth trilogy won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2017 and 2016 respectively. 


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Best Novella 

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All Systems Red

By Martha Wells

In the future, a mega-corporation called the Company is colonizing the universe. Human explorers are accompanied by android bodyguards, one of which becomes self-aware and hacks itself. When a team of scientists go missing, the SecUnit android—who secretly and somewhat ironically refers to itself as the "murderbot"—and the scientists are left to face a mystery on a distant planet. 


Best Novelette

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A Human Stain

By Kelly Robson

In this disturbing tale, a directionless British woman agrees to take a job caring for her friend's young nephew in a dilapidated, isolated German castle. 


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Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience TM

By Rebecca Roanhorse

This acclaimed short story from the author of the upcoming novel Trail of Lightning was published in the 8/17 issue of Apex Magazine. It follows Jesse, a 'pod worker' tour guide who escorts sightseers through virtual reality Authentic Indian Experiences. 


The Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation

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This weekend, Get Out added The Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation to its extensive list of awards and acclaim. The genre-bending horror movie, written by director Jordan Peele, follows a black man during his first weekend with the family of his white girlfriend. Get Out also won the 2017 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and was nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. 


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The Andre Norton Award for Outstanding Young Adult Science Fiction or Fantasy Book

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The Art of Starving

By Sam J. Miller

When Matt's sister Maya runs away, Matt—a socially ostracized gay teen—believes Tariq, the boy he has feelings for, might have something to do with her disappearance. Determined to find his sister, Matt relies heavily on the extrasensory powers he believes he has developed through disordered eating.


[via Tor.com]

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