2021 Eugie Award Winner
The winner of the 2021 Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction has been announced:
- WINNER: “The Genetic Alchemist’s Daughter“, Elaine Cuyegkeng (Black Cranes)
- “The Bone-Stag Walks“, KT Bryski (Lightspeed 8/20)
- “The Sycamore and the Sybil“, Alix E. Harrow (Uncanny 3-4/20)
- “City of Red Midnight: A Hikayat“, Usman T. Malik (Tor.com 10/21/20)
- “Judge Dee and the Limits of the Law“, Lavie Tidhar (Tor.com 11/11/20)
The winner received a plaque and a $1,000 prize at Dragon Con, which was held September 2-6, 2021 in Atlanta GA. All finalists receive a pin. The award celebrates “the best in innovative fiction” and honors writer and editor Eugie Foster, who died in 2014. Speculative short stories published in the previous year are eligible for the award, with nominations made by a panel of editors, reviewers, and select readers, and the winner chosen by a jury.
For more information, visit the award’s website.
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