Clark Resigns SFWA Blog

C.L. Clark has resigned as editor for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) blog, as of November 30, 2021. Clark held the role for just over a year.

Thank you so much for your trust and support in me as the SFWA Blog Editor for the past year. It’s been my absolute pleasure to usher in new essays, guides, and analyses of the industry and I hope that you’ve found hope, help, and succor in them the same way I did as I edited them. I’m also honored by the faith that my colleagues put in me, including Presidents Mary Robinette Kowal and Jeffe Kennedy, and former Editor-in-Chief Michi Trota. It’s been a joy also to work with the rest of the SFWA publications crew, a team that is truly devoted to the SFFH community.

Though my tenure as the SFWA blog editor was short, I am immensely proud of the work we published in this time. I’ll leave you with a few essays I’m especially proud of. I’d like to say a special thanks to the writers who trusted me with your work while I was here. I’m looking forward to the continued progress SFWA and the SFWA Blog are making to support new and marginalized authors.

SFWA president Jeffe Kennedy praised Clark as “unfailingly delightful to work with,” saying Clark had “elevated the SFWA Blog to new heights.”

For more information, see the official announcement.

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