We congratulate A. T. Greenblatt (CW ’17) and Cat Rambo (CW ’05) on their Nebula awards for short story and novelette, respectively.

2019 instructor Amal El-Mohtar also won a Nebula for best novella for This Is How You Lose The Time War, with Max Gladstone.

The following alumni are nominated for awards this season, and you may be able to vote for them! With pride, we congratulate and recommend:

Cadwell Turnbull (CW ’16)

2020 Neukom Institute Literary Award for Debut Speculative Fiction

The Lesson

A. T. Greenblatt (CW ’17)

2020 Theodore A. Sturgeon Memorial Award

Nebula Award

Best Short Story: “Give the Family My Love”

Tegan Moore (CW ’15)

Asimov’s Readers’ Award

Best Novella: “The Work of Wolves”

Andy Duncan (CW ’94)

Asimov’s Readers’ Award

Best Novelette: “Charlie Tells Another One”

Vylar Kaftan (CW ’04)

Nebula Award

Best Novella: “Her Silhouette, Drawn in Water”

Siobhan Carroll (CW ’09)

Hugo Award

Nebula Award

Best Novelette: “For He Can Creep”

Mimi Mondal (CW ’15)

Nebula Award

Best Novelette: “His Footsteps, Through Darkness and Light”

Nibedita Sen (CW ’15)

Astounding Award for Best New Writer

Nebula Award

Hugo Award

Best Short Story: “Ten Excerpts from an Annotated Bibliography on the Cannibal Women of Ratnabar Island”

Caroline M Yoachim (CW ’06)

Nebula Award

Hugo Award

2020 Theodore A. Sturgeon Memorial Award

Best Novelette: “The Archronology of Love”

Shiv Ramdas (CW ’16)

Nebula Award

Hugo Award

Best Short Story: “And Now His Lordship Is Laughing”

Cat Rambo (CW ’05)

Nebula Award

Best Novelette: “Carpe Glitter”

Lawrence Schimel, translator (CW ’91)

Thom Gunn Award for Gay Poetry

Impure Acts by Angelo Néstore

Craig Laurance Gidney (CW ’96)

Lambda Literary Award

LBGTQ SF/F/Horror (book): A Spectral Hue

Marlee Jane Ward (CW ’14)

Aurealis Award

Best Science Fiction Novella: Prisoncorp

Best YA Short Story: “Rats”

Did we overlook your nomination? Please contact us at alumni@clarionwest.org to notify us of publications and nominations in the future!