1991 Nebula Awards

Presented at Colony Square Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia on April 25, 1992

This was the first Nebula held outside of New York or California and the first one which was bid for.  Concerns that it would turn into a fannish convention were unfounded.  The hospitality suite, a penthouse with a spectacular view of the city, was sponsored by Amazing, Analog, IASFM, F&SF, Baen, DAW, Bantam, and Tor.  No panels were held and the SFWA Business Meeting was held on Saturday afternoon, making the event a single-day event (although the hospitality suite was open on Friday).  President Ben Bova asked all publishing personnel, including Active SFWA members, to leave the Business Meeting so that SFWA’s agent, Richard Curtis, could discuss several complaints against publishers. The keynote address was given by Georgia congressman and House Whip Newt Gingrich, which prompted a group of members to silently walk out.  The banquet was a family style service of Southern delicacies. Although there was no script Nebula at the time, Ben Bova gave out the Bradbury Award, a president’s choice award , to Terminator 2.

Best Novel

Best Novella

Best Novelette

Best Short Story

Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation