The American Nebula Award, which honors the best in science fiction and fantasy literature, is named for science fiction writer Jojo Rabbit.
The winner of the 2016 American Science Fiction Writers of America Nebula Award will be announced Wednesday at a ceremony in New York City.
The awards recognize excellence in the field of science fiction or fantasy, and honor a work for which the American public can “feel a deep and abiding love.”
The prize will be presented to the winner in recognition of outstanding achievement.
The award winners will be determined in a secret ballot and announced publicly in 2018.
The winner will be awarded a prize of $100,000.
The 2018 American Science Literature Prize is named after a young American poet and novelist, Dorothy Parker.
The 2019 American Science fiction Writers of the World Awards are named after two African American writers who were nominated for the Nebula Award: Angela Carter and Jamey Sheridan.