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Nebula Awards Showcase 2002 (Nebula Awards #3)

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This satisfying annual compilation contains fiction and commentary selected by members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Picked by their peers, the writers represented herein represent a fine diversity of talent. Contributors include Greg Bear, Terry Bisson, Eleanor Arnason, Linda Nagat, Gardner Dozois, Damon Knight, and Nalo Hopkinson.

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Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Roc Trade (first published January 1st 2002)
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Peter Tillman
Jul 18, 2016 Peter Tillman rated it it was amazing
This new "Showcase" format is a welcome improvement over some of the soggy, dull Nebula anthols of the 80's and 90's. Check 'em out, starting (appropriately enough), with the 2000 volume, http://www.sfwa.org/sfwa-publications...

The 2002 volume is an unusually good one. The leadoff story, "Daddy's World" by Walter Jon Williams, takes a killer look at cybernetic family values. He narrowly lost the Nebula to Gardner Dozois, below, in a thematically related story.

macs, by Terry Bisson, the Nebula sh
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Steven Cole
Mar 12, 2010 Steven Cole rated it really liked it
A solid set of stories... The basic theme seemed to be that of uploaded intelligences and the coming singularity; this seems to be a popular meme in the early 2000s.

The non-fiction portions were... interesting... as the 9/11 attacks happened in the middle while they were being written. So there's a bit of (understandable) hand-wringing underlying the resulting text.

4/5 stars
Mckinley
Mar 27, 2016 Mckinley rated it liked it
Not many stories in this volume.
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