NEBULA AWARD FOR BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL
1965-2002
NEIL GAIMAN 

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America were founded in 1965 and since have presented annual Nebula Awards in several categories including Best Novel, Novella, Novelette, and Short Story. The winning titles for Best Novel are listed from 1965 to date. The 2002 awards were announced April 19, 2003.

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2002 Neil Gaiman American Gods
2001  Catherine Asaro  The Quantum Rose 
2000  Greg Bear  Darwin's Radio 
1999  Octavia E. Butler  Parable of the Talents 
1998  Joe Haldeman  Forever Peace
1997  Vonda N. McIntyre  The Moon and the Sun
1996  Nicola Griffith  Slow River
1995  Robert J. Sawyer  The Terminal Experiment
1994  Greg Bear  Moving Mars
1993  Kim Stanley Robinson  Red Mars
1992  Connie Willis  Doomsday Book
1991  Michael Swanwick  Stations of the Tide
1990  Ursula K. Le Guin  Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea
1989  Elizabeth Ann Scarborough  The Healer's War
1988  Lois McMaster Bujold  Falling Free
1987  Pat Murphy  The Falling Woman
1986  Orson Scott Card  Speaker for the Dead
1985  Orson Scott Card  Ender's Game
1984  William Gibson  Neuromancer
1983  David Brin  Startide Rising
1982  Michael Bishop  No Enemy But Time
1981  Gene Wolfe  The Claw of the Conciliator
1980  Gregory Benford  Timescape
1979  Arthur C. Clarke  The Fountains of Paradise
1978  Vonda N. McIntyre  Dreamsnake
1977  Frederik Pohl  Gateway
1976  Frederik Pohl  Man Plus
1975  Joe Haldeman  The Forever War
1974  Ursula K. Le Guin  The Dispossessed
1973  Arthur C. Clarke  Rendezvous With Rama
1972  Isaac Asimov  The Gods Themselves
1971  Robert Silverberg  A Time of Changes
1970 Larry Niven  Ringworld
1969  Ursula K. Le Guin  The Left Hand of Darkness
1968  Alexei Panshin  Rite of Passage
1967  Samuel R. Delany  The Einstein Intersection
1966  Daniel Keyes  Flowers for Algernon
1966  Samuel R. Delany  Babel-17
1965  Frank Herbert  Dune

 
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