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2019 Science Fiction and Fantasy Novella Awards

There are various competitions that attempt to find the best science fiction, fantasy and horror of each year, and I've collated the winners and nominees from what seems to be the major awards in a series of posts (see the very bottom for links to all of them). The requirement for inclusion is that the award ceremony occurs in the current year (as listed in the title), so the post will be updated as they are announced throughout the year.

The awards considered are: Arthur C. Clarke, Bram Stoker, British Fantasy, BSFA, Compton Crook, Dragon, Eugie, Hugo, James Tiptree, Jr., John W. Campbell, Lambda, Locus, Nebula/Andre Norton, Philip K. Dick, Prometheus, Shirley Jackson, Sturgeon and World Fantasy.

This is the post for the novella category.

There's two options for viewing them. The first is based on the "score" of each work, with a nomination giving 1 point, and a win giving 1.5 points. The second is my ranking, which is wildly subjective and limited to the ones I've read. Otherwise it's ordered by title. Click the button to view.

What do you think should win?

Score

3: Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach - Kelly Robson
Finalist - Hugo
Finalist - Nebula
Finalist - Sturgeon
- Amazon

2: Artificial Condition - Martha Wells
Finalist - Hugo
Finalist - Nebula
- Amazon

2: The Black God's Drums - P. Djèlí Clark
Finalist - Hugo
Finalist - Nebula
- Amazon

2: The Tea Master and the Detective - Aliette de Bodard
Finalist - Hugo
Finalist - Nebula
- Amazon

2: Time Was - Ian McDonald
Finalist - BSFA
Finalist - Philip K. Dick
- Amazon

1: Alice Payne Arrives - Kate Heartfield
Finalist - Nebula
- Amazon

1: Beneath the Sugar Sky - Seanan McGuire
Finalist - Hugo
- Amazon

1: Binti: The Night Masquerade - Nnedi Okorafor
Finalist - Hugo
- Amazon

1: Exit Strategy - Martha Wells
Finalist - BSFA
- Amazon

1: Fire Ant - Jonathan P. Brazee
Finalist - Nebula
- Amazon

1: Freezing Rain, a Chance of Falling - L. X. Beckett
Finalist - Sturgeon
- Amazon

1: Phosphorus - Liz Williams
Finalist - BSFA
- Amazon

1: The Land of Somewhere Safe - Hal Duncan
Finalist - BSFA
- Amazon

1: Umbernight - Carolyn Ives Gilman
Finalist - Sturgeon
- Clarkesworld

Tagged: Awards Literature Novella

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