2009 Dell Awards Winner Announced

The 2009 Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy writing went to “We Were Real” by Josh Eure of North Carolina State University. Eure received $500 as well as an expense-paid trip to Orlando FL where Sheila Williams presented him with the Award at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts.

First runner-up was “The Best and Bitt’rest Kiss” by Sarah Miller of Bard College at Simon’s Rock, second runner-up was “Suspended” by Maggie Morgan of North Carolina State University, and honorable mentions went to “Between Dusk and Twilight” by Rahul Kanakia of Stanford University, “Locked and Keyed” by Jeannette Westwood of Stanford University, “Aeroplasty” by Elena Gleason of Knox College, and “The Case of the Unassuming Book and the Very Soiled Trousers” by Lara Donnelly of Wright State University.

For more information and photos, see the full report in the May issue of Locus.

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