1975 Nebula Awards

Presented at Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, April 10, 1976

1976 saw a two-day Nebula event held in Los Angeles at the Century Plaza Hotel, although few people attended for more than just the banquet, which hosted around 140 people. Terry Carr served as toastmaster and George Pal was the keynote speaker, talking about his early science fiction films, including Destination Moon, Them, and others.  Further talks were given after dinner by Laurence J. Peter, who had written The Peter Principle and John McCarthy, who spoke about artificial intelligence.  The presenters did not know they would be presenting the awards until their names were called, so they were as surprised as the winners.

Best Novel

Best Novella

Best Novelette

Best Short Story

Best Script