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For Your Nebula Consideration . . .

Submitted forthwith is a list of my Nebula-eligible fiction for the current nomination period:

"Fuel," Cosmos (online edition only), April 2009 (short story)*
In a future of athlete worship and biological enhancement, the race is indeed to the swift–but what if you choose not to run?

"The Multiplicity Has Arrived," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, issue 12, May 2009 (short story)
In over two centuries of politics in America, not much has changed . . . until now.

"Gone Black," Writers of the Future Volume 25, Galaxy Press, September 2009 (novelette)
On an isolated military base, one soldier has become too inquisitive about an alien prisoner of war.

"Canaan," Jim Baen’s Universe, issue 21, October 2009 (novelette)
The new mystery girl in Eric’s life is Not From Around Here. And some will stop at nothing to send her back.

"Ashes, Ashes," Tales of the Unanticipated, issue 30, Fall 2009 (short story)**
How do you let go of the past when the whole world has become haunted?

If you’re a SFWA member and would like to peruse any of these works, drop me a note in comments.

Thank you for your kind attention.

*Although Cosmos is an Australian publication, "Fuel" was published on the Internet and in English, and so is eligible according to Nebula rules.

**This one hasn’t come out yet. If for some reason it doesn’t appear by the end of the year, it won’t be eligible.

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