Slightly OT: Nebula Awards
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Sat Feb 28 01:19:50 EST 2004
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 19:16:31 -0700, Robyn Starkey wrote:
>So, who do people like for the Nebula?
>I've only read the Bujold and the McDevitt. I think we've discussed the
>slight disappointment of the Bujold book; I thought it wasn't one of her
>best. Normally I would be totally wanting her to win, but I'm torn. Chindi
>was an excellent book.
>I heard a really boring paper about Hopkinson at the SF conference this
>month, which didn't make me want to read the book. Anyone have any comments
>about the others?
I've only read the same ones you have. I loved _Chindi_ and I think I'd go
for that over _Diplomatic Immunity_. Too bad I can't vote. I will have to
lean on the SFWA member I know and see if I can influence her. :) I
imagine my reading group will be going through this list in the next few
months, as is our tradition. (Right now we're in the middle of a long set
of serious books: _Life of Pi_, _Zod Wallop_ and _The Blind Assassin_.)
I liked _Crescent City Rhapsody_, which is the only other thing I've read by
Kathleen Goonan, so I'm looking forward to hers. Never read anything by
Emshwiller or Hopkinson. I'm not--I have to say this carefully--I have
liked a lot of what Elizabeth Moon writes, but I'm not enough of a fan to
rush out and buy every new book, so I'm not really eager for _Speed of
Well, well. The more I think about it the more I would like Jack McDevitt
to win this year.
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