2014 Nebula: Ann Leckie wins BSFA and Arthur C. Clarke Awards

Ann Leckie continues her dominant award season performance, racking up wins at both the British Science Fiction Awards (a tie with Gareth L. Powell’s Ack Ack Macaque and the Arthur C. Clarke Awards.

This makes Ancillary Justice the most honored book of the season, and, combined with nominations for the Hugo, Philip K. Dick, and Tiptree awards, this is going to push Leckie past Gaiman in the final 2014 Nebula prediction. No other 2014 Nebula Nomination has come even close to being as honored as Leckie, and since the Nebula voters have strong overlap with these other award voters, this means Leckie is in prime position to take home the 2014 Nebula.


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