The 2019 Poul and Karen Anderson Memorial International Travel Fund has been awarded to Eugenia Triantafyllou from Greece.
The travel fund, supported by Astrid and Greg Bear, honors Poul and Karen Anderson, the parents of Astrid Bear, and their love of travel and meeting people in the worldwide science fiction and fantasy community.
Science fiction and fantasy writer Poul Anderson’s many awards include seven Hugo and three Nebula awards, and SFWA’s Grand Master Award. He was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 2000. Karen Anderson was also a science fiction and fantasy writer of multiple works, and wrote the first published science fiction haiku in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in July 1962.
Eugenia Triantafyllou is a Greek author and artist. She writes ghost stories. She currently lives in North Sweden with a boy and a dog. Her short fiction has appeared in Apex, Strange Horizons, Black Static, Liminal Stories and other venues. Find her on Twitter @foxesandroses or at https://eugeniatriantafyllou.com/.