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Van Andel Arena
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Sunday
3/23/2014
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Demi LovatoRogers Arena
Vancouver, Canada
Sunday
2/9/2014
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San Jose, CA
Tuesday
2/11/2014
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Anaheim, CA
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2/13/2014
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Glendale, AZ
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2/15/2014
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Grand Prairie, TX
Monday
2/17/2014
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Houston, TX
Wednesday
2/19/2014
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Atlanta, GA
Friday
2/21/2014
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Charlotte, NC
Sunday
2/23/2014
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Sunrise, FL
Tuesday
2/25/2014
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Tampa, FL
Wednesday
2/26/2014
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Demi LovatoSusquehanna Bank Center
Camden, NJ
Saturday
3/1/2014
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Fairfax, VA
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3/2/2014
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Worcester, MA
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3/5/2014
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Friday
3/7/2014
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Wallingford, CT
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3/8/2014
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Wallingford, CT
Sunday
3/9/2014
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Demi LovatoNassau Coliseum
Uniondale, NY
Tuesday
3/11/2014
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Auburn Hills, MI
Thursday
3/13/2014
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Rosemont, IL
Friday
3/14/2014
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Demi LovatoCenturyLink Center Omaha
Omaha, NE
Sunday
3/16/2014
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Saint Paul, MN
Tuesday
3/18/2014
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Saint Louis, MO
Thursday
3/20/2014
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Demi LovatoNationwide Arena
Columbus, OH
Saturday
3/22/2014
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Demi LovatoVan Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, MI
Sunday
3/23/2014
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Demi LovatoAir Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada
Wednesday
3/26/2014
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Cleveland, OH
Thursday
3/27/2014
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Nashville, TN
Saturday
3/29/2014
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Indianapolis, IN
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3/30/2014
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not need to be membersshuvo Works are nominated each year between November 15 and
February 15 by published authors who are members of the organization, and the six works that
receive the most nominations then form the final ballot, with additional nominees possible in the
case of tiesshuvo Members may then vote on the ballot throughout March, and the final results
are presented at the Nebula Awards ceremony in MayshuvoNebula Award nominees and winners
are chosen by members of the SFWA, though the authors of the nominees do not need to be
membersshuvo Works are nominated each year between November 15 and February 15 by
published authors who are members of the organization, and the six works that receive the most
nominations then form the final ballot, with additional nominees possible in the case of tiesshuvo
Members may then vote on the ballot throughout March, and the final results are presented at the
Nebula Awards ceremony in Mayshuvo Authors are not permitted to nominate their own works,
and ties in the final vote are broken, if possible, by the number of nominations the works
receivedshuvo[3] Beginning with the 2009 awards, the rules were changed to the current
formatshuvo Prior to then, the eligibility period for nominations was defined as one year after the
publication date of the work, which allowed the possibility for works to be nominated in the
calendar year after their publication and then be awarded in the calendar year after thatshuvo
Works were added to a preliminary list for the year if they had ten or more nominations, which
were then voted on to create a final ballot, to which the SFWA organizing panel was also allowed to
add an additional workshuvo[4]During the 48 nomination years, 162 authors have had works
nominated; 35 of these have won, including co-authors and tiesshuvo Ursula Kshuvo Le Guin has
received the most Nebula Awards for Best Novel with four wins out of six nominationsshuvo Joe
Haldeman has received three awards out of four nominations, while nine other authors have won
twiceshuvo Jack McDevitt has the most nominations at eleven, with one win, while Philip Kshuvo
Dick and Poul Anderson are tied at five for the most nominations without winning an
awardshuvoSimak was born in Millville, Wisconsin in 1904, son of John Lewis and Margaret

(Wiseman) Simakshuvo He married Agnes Kuchenberg on April 13, 1929 and they had two children,
Richard (Dick) Scott (dshuvo 2012) and Shelley Ellenshuvo Simak attended the University of
Wisconsin–Madison and later worked at various newspapers in the Midwestshuvo He began a
lifelong association with the Minneapolis Star and Tribune (in Minneapolis, Minnesota) in 1939,
which continued until his retirement in 1976shuvo He became Minneapolis Star's news editor in
1949 and coordinator of Minneapolis Tribune's Science Reading Series in 1961shuvo In a blurb in
Time and Again he wrote, "I have been happily married to the same woman for thirty three years
and have two childrenshuvo My favorite recreation is fishing (the lazy way, lying in a boat and
letting them come to me)shuvo Hobbies: Chess, stamp collecting, growing rosesshuvo" He
dedicated the book to his wife Kay, "without whom I'd never have written a line"shuvo He was well
liked by many of his science fiction cohorts, especially Isaac Asimovshuvo He died in Minneapolis in
1988shuvo[4]Simak became interested in science fiction after reading the works of Hshuvo Gshuvo
Wells as a childshuvo His first contribution to the literature was "The World of the Red Sun",
published by Hugo Gernsback in the December 1931 issue of Wonder Stories with one opening
illustration by Frank Rshuvo Paulshuvo[5] Within a year he placed three more stories in Gernsback's
pulp magazines and one in Astounding Stories, then edited by Harry Batesshuvo[5] But his only
science fiction publication between 1932 and 1938 was The Creator (Marvel Tales #4, March–April
1935), a notable story with religious implications, which was then rare in the genreshuvoOnce John
Wshuvo Campbell, at the helm of Astounding from October 1937,[6] began redefining the field,
Simak returned and was a regular contributor to Astounding Science Fiction (as it was renamed in
1938)[6] throughout the Golden Age of Science Fiction (1938–1950)shuvo At first, as in the
1939
serial novel Cosmic Engineers, he wrote in the tradition of the earlier "superscience"
subgenre[clarification needed] that Eshuvo Eshuvo "Doc" Smith perfected, but he soon developed
his own style, which is usually described as gentle and pastoralshuvo[citation needed] During this
period, Simak also published a number of war and western stories in pulp magazinesshuvo His best
known novel may be City, a collection of short stories with a common theme of mankind's eventual
exodus from EarthshuvoSimak continued to produce award-nominated novels throughout the
1950s and 1960sshuvo Aided by a friend, he continued writing and publishing science fiction and,
later, fantasy, into his 80sshuvo He believed that science fiction not rooted in scientific fact was
responsible for the failure of the genre to be taken seriously, and stated his aim was to make the
genre a part of what he called "realistic fictionshuvo"Simak's stories often repeat a few basic ideas
and themesshuvo First and foremost is a setting in rural Wisconsinshuvo A crusty individualistic
backwoodsman character literally comes with the territory, the best example being Hiram Taine,
the protagonist of The Big Front Yardshuvo Hiram's dog "Towser" (sometimes "Bowser") is another
Simak trademark being common to many of Simak's worksshuvo But the rural setting is not always
as idyllic as here; and in Ring Around the Sun it is largely dominated by intolerance and
isolationismshuvoAn idea often found in the stories is the idea that there is no past time for a time
traveler to go toshuvo Instead, our world moves along in a stream of time, and to move to a
different place in time is to move to another world altogethershuvo Thus in City our Earth is
overrun by ants, but the intelligent dogs and the remaining humans escape to other worlds in the
time streamshuvo In Ring Around the Sun the persecuted paranormals escape to other Earths
which, if
they could all be seen at once, would be at different stages of their orbit around the
sun, hence the titleshuvo In Time is the Simplest Thing a paranormal escapes a mob by moving back
in time, only to find that the past is a place where there are no living things and inanimate objects
are barely substantialshuvoTime travel also plays an important role in the ingeniously constructed
Time and Again, then ventures into metaphysicsshuvo A long-lost space traveler returns with a
message which is SF-slanted yet religious in toneshuvo He crashed on a planet and was nurtured by
ethereal duplicates—spirits? souls?—that seem to accompany every sentient being throughout
lifeshuvo His fuddled observations were seized upon by religious factions, and a schism is
threatening to erupt into war on EarthshuvoIntelligence, loyalty and friendship, the existence of
God and souls, the unexpected benefits and harm of invention, tools as extensions of humanity,
and more questions are often explored by Simak's robots, whom he uses as "surrogate
humans"shuvo[7] His robots begin as likable mechanical persons, but morph in surprising
waysshuvo Having achieved intelligence, robots move

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