Nebula Awards 32: SFWA's Choices for the Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year

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Jack Dann
Harcourt Brace, 1998 - Fiction - 326 pages
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"Nebula Awards 32" is an outstanding addition to the popular series "Locus" calls "the closest thing SF has to a literary yearbook". The coveted Nebula Awards are the only science fiction awards bestowed annually by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' own demanding peers. Here are their choices for the best SF of the year.

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About the author (1998)

Jack Dann is a science fiction writer and editor who was born in 1945 in Johnson City, New York, and now lives on a farm in Victoria, Australia. He is a multiple award winning author who has written or edited over 65 books, which have been translated into thirteen languages. His short stories have appeared in major magazines and anthologies including Omni, Asimov's F&SF, Penthouse, and Playboy. His historical fiction novel about Leonardo da Vinci, The Memory Cathedral, won the 1996 Australian Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Novel and was number one on the Age bestseller list. His novella 'Da Vinci Rising', which integrates several sections of The Memory Cathedral with some new material, won the 1996 Nebula Award, making him the first Australian resident to win this award. He has received the Australian Aurealis Award twice, the Ditmar Award three times, and the World Fantasy Award.

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