And Nebulas

I don’t have to give you a run-down here, because the good folks from Locus were on hand to do so. Here’s the list.

I am, of course, disappointed that The Drowning Girl didn’t win, but it is an interesting collection of winners. Also the Nebulas go 50:50 to men and women, and one of the winners is French, so we are doing quite well for diversity. (The Bradbury and Norton are Not Nebulas, of course.)

The best bit of news, however, is another win for Clarkesworld. That’s two this weekend. Thoraiya Dyer’s “The Wisdom of Ants” in the Aurealis Awards, and Aliette de Bodard’s “Immersion” in the Nebulas. Yay! 🙂

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  1. If you include the awards below the Bradbury, then it’s .31 female/total. If you don’t, which is reasonable, I make it to be .47 f/t.

    historical context at the other end of the link. Short version, by decade:

    1960s 0.11
    1970s 0.26
    1980s 0.3/0.28
    1990s 0.48
    2000s 0.49
    2010s 0.57

    (The two values in the 1980s are including and excluding Lisa Tuttle’s win, which she then declined)

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