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Nebula Award for Best Short Story

Winners of the Nebula Award for Best Short Story. The stated year is that of publication; awards are given in the following year. Winning titles are listed first, with other nominees listed below.

Winners and nominees

Year Winner Other nominees

2007 Always by Karen Joy Fowler

2006 Echo by Elizabeth Hand

2005 I Live With You by Carol Emshwiller

2004 Coming to Terms by Eileen Gunn

2003 What I Didn't See by Karen Joy Fowler

2002 Creature by Carol Emshwiller

2001 The Cure for Everything by Severna Park

2000 macs by Terry Bisson

1999 The Cost of Doing Business by Leslie What

1998 Thirteen Ways to Water by Bruce Holland Rogers

1997 Sister Emily's Lightship by Jane Yolen

1996 A Birthday by Esther Friesner

1995 Death and the Librarian by Esther Friesner

1994 A Defense of the Social Contracts by Martha Soukup

1993 Graves by Joe Haldeman

1992 Even the Queen by Connie Willis

1991 Ma Qui by Alan Brennert

1990 Bears Discover Fire by Terry Bisson

1989 Ripples in the Dirac Sea by Geoffrey A. Landis

1988 Bible Stories for Adults, No. 17: The Deluge by James Morrow

1987 Forever Yours, Anna by Kate Wilhelm

1986 Tangents by Greg Bear

1985 Out of All Them Bright Stars by Nancy Kress

1984 Morning Child by Gardner Dozois

1983 The Peacemaker by Gardner Dozois

1982 A Letter from the Clearys by Connie Willis

1981 The Bone Flute by Lisa Tuttle (refused)

1980 Grotto of the Dancing Deer by Clifford D. Simak

1979 giANTS by Edward Bryant

1978 Stone by Edward Bryant

1977 Jeffty Is Five by Harlan Ellison

1976 A Crowd of Shadows by Charles L. Grant

1975 Catch That Zeppelin! by Fritz Leiber

1974 The Day Before the Revolution by Ursula K. Le Guin

1973 Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death by James Tiptree, Jr.

1972 When It Changed by Joanna Russ

1971 Good News from the Vatican by Robert Silverberg

1970 (no award)

1969 Passengers by Robert Silverberg

1968 The Planners by Kate Wilhelm

1967 "Aye, and Gomorrah…" by Samuel R. Delany

1966 The Secret Place by Richard McKenna

1965 "Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman by Harlan Ellison

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