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Nebula Award winners announced

May 23, 2011 |  9:03 am

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The Nebula Awards were announced this weekend. Connie Willis took top honors for her paired novels, "Blackout" and "All Clear," considered a single work split into two separate books -- 501 and 656 pages long, respectively, published a month apart in 2010.

Harlan Ellison's "How Interesting: A Tiny Man" tied for the Nebula Award for short story, with "Ponies" by Kij Johnson. Another notable win was Terry Pratchett, who took the Andre Norton Award for the book "I Shall Wear Midnight." Pratchett has an early form of Alzheimer's disease, and has made his battle with it public since 2007.

See the complete list of winners here.

-- Carolyn Kellogg

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