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The Nebula Awards 18

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Country  United States
Publication date  1983
Pages  302 pp.
Series  Nebula Awards Showcase
Publisher  Arbor House
Language  English
Media type  Print (hardcover)
Originally published  1983
Genre  Science Fiction
Editor  Robert Silverberg
Author  edited by Robert Silverberg
Preceded by  Nebula Award Stories Seventeen
Similar  Legends, Nightwings, Passengers, Lord Valentine's Castle, Dying Inside

The Nebula Awards #18 is an anthology of award winning science fiction short works edited by Robert Silverberg. It was first published in hardcover by Arbor House in October 1983; a paperback edition with cover art by Gary LoSasso was issued by Bantam Books in September 1984.

The book collects pieces that won or were nominated for the Nebula Awards for novel, novella, novelette and short story for the year 1983, together with an introduction by the editor and list of past winners. Not all nominees for the various awards are included.


  • "Introduction" (Robert Silverberg)
  • "Souls" [Best Novella nominee, 1983] (Joanna Russ)
  • "No Enemy But Time" (excerpt) [Best Novel winner, 1983] (Michael Bishop)
  • "The Pope of the Chimps" [Best Short Story nominee, 1983] (Robert Silverberg)
  • "Burning Chrome" [Best Novelette nominee, 1983] (William Gibson)
  • "Fire Watch" [Best Novelette winner, 1983] (Connie Willis)
  • "Corridors" [Best Short Story nominee, 1983] (Barry N. Malzberg)
  • "Another Orphan" [Best Novella winner, 1983] (John Kessel)
  • "A Letter from the Clearys" [Best Short Story winner, 1983] (Connie Willis)
  • "Swarm" [Best Novelette nominee, 1983] (Bruce Sterling)
  • "The Nebula Winners, 1965-1981"
  • References

    The Nebula Awards 18 Wikipedia

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