Right to it: Amal El-Mohtar has won the Nebula Award for her story “Seasons of Glass and Iron” from The Starlit Wood! I was unable to attend the conference, but fortunately Amal was in excellent company. Here she is with Navah celebrating at the award ceremony! Congratulations on your win, Amal!
The full list of Nebula winners can be found here. I was glad to see Charlie Jane Anders win for Best Novel and Seanan McGuire for Best Novella.
In addition to her Nebula win, Amal has also added to her already long string of nominations for her story with additional nominations for the Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction, the Sturgeon Award, and now the Aurora Award. These come in addition to her nominations for the Locus and the Hugo. What an amazing showing for “Seasons of Glass and Iron”!
In other news, my anthology Clockwork Canada has also been nominated for the Aurora Award in the Best Related Work category, alongside some excellent books by Hayden Trenholm & Mike Rimar, Susan Forest & Lucas K. Law, and Claude Lalumiere and Mark Shainblum. You can find the full list of nominees here.
I’ve been thrilled by all the lovely press Clockwork Canada has received so far, and now the nomination just makes it even more exciting.
Congratulations to all the nominees!