This was my first year of nominating for the Nebulas (and Ray Bradbury Award), so I had to come up with a method and all that. My method was to think of stories that stuck with me (in a good way), list them out, then split them into the award categories. Though I could nominate five in each, if there weren't five things I wanted to nominate, I left empty slots.
I've linked to any with online versions, so at least other people might read them (even if they don't make it to the final ballot).
- Mister Hadj's Sunset Ride, Saladin Ahmed (Beneath Ceaseless Skies)
- All The King's Monsters, Megan Arkenberg (Clarkesworld)
- Up In Smoke, Nicky Drayden (Cabinet Des Fées)
- When White Roses Freeze, Amy Power Jansen (Abyss and Apex) - This link might stop working soonish as they've changed sites, but the new site doesn't have an archive yet.
- The Last Stand of the Ant Maker, Paul Jessup (Apex Magazine)
- Pishaach, Shweta Narayan (The Beastly Bride [anthology])
- Plague Birds, Jason Sanford (Interzone) - Link is a PDF on the author's site.
- The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, N. K. Jemisin
- Being Human: Episode 1 (Series 2), Toby Whithouse - This is the BBC series, not the American remake.
- Doctor Who: The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone, Steven Moffat
- Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol, Steven Moffat
- Iron Man 2
- Toy Story 3
Update 22 Feb 2011: The official nominees have been announced. From the ones I nominated, these got through: Pishaach (Shweta Narayan), The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (N.K. Jemisin) and Toy Story 3. Doctor Who has a nomination for another episode (Vincent and the Doctor), which I suppose'll do. Yay for everyone who got through!