Clarion West Alumni News for September 2020

Dear Alumni and Friends,

Autumn is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere! In Seattle, we made it through a heat wave and the smoke from the U.S. Pacific Coast wildfires. As 2020 continues to give us all plenty to write (and worry) about, we want to share all of our good news with you.  Despite global crises and setbacks, our online programming continues to provide support, relief, hope, and a sense of power to our worldwide community of writers. Read on!

Latest Alumni Publications and Awards

We congratulate the following alumni on their recent awards and acheivements!:

Siobhan Carroll (CW ’09) has won the Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction for her story “For He Can Creep,” also nominated for a Hugo, a Nebula, and a World Fantasy Award!

Rebecca Campbell (CW ’15) has won the 2020 Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic for her short story “The Fourth Trimester is the Strangest” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

Sheree Renée Thomas (CW ’99) will host the 2021 Hugo Awards in Washington, D.C. with Malka Older, and Thomas will be a Guest of Honor at WisCon 45 and DisCon III.

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