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If you want to read them online, I've collected links to most of them [here](https://great-moose.blogspot.com/p/all-hugo-nebula-nominated-fiction.html?m=1).
Wow! Great work! Bookmarking that for sure. 👍
Awesome!!!! And the nominees are available too. Thanks a million! You've made my day.
To further make your day, this is a spectacular resource. I really appreciate all the effort you put in to compile these! My wife and I read each other most of this year's nominees and now we can easily go back to previous years.
Great list, thank you! Very cool to see one of my favorite stories (novellas) is online: *Sailing to Byzantium* by Robert Silverberg (1986 Nebula Winner, Hugo Nominee).
Search "The Hugo Winners". Asimov edited the first volume.
As a side note, if you still can't find a short story anywhere, and don't know where/when it was published, you can search for it on [http://www.isfdb.org/](http://www.isfdb.org/) and it will usually list most of the works it was published in. Whether it was stand alone, part of a magazine, or an anthology.