Author Discussion with 2022 Eugie Award Winner, Sarah Pinsker

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Join us for a virtual author discussion with Sarah Pinkser, the 2022 Eugie Award recipient for "Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather."

Read “Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather” in Uncanny Magazine, a terrifying tale of two historians’ search for the truth behind a strange folk tale in the form of an online chat.


About Sarah Pinsker 

Sarah Pinsker is the Hugo and Nebula winning author of A Song For A New DayWe Are SatellitesSooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea, and more than fifty works of short fiction. Her new collection, Lost Places, will be published by Small Beer Press in spring 2023. She is also a singer/songwriter and toured nationally behind three albums on various independent labels. A fourth, Something to Hold, came out in 2021. She lives in Baltimore with her wife and two weird dogs.


About the Eugie Award 

The Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction (or Eugie Award) celebrates the best in innovative fiction. This annual award is presented at Dragon Con, the nation’s largest fan-run convention. The Eugie Award honors stories that are irreplaceable, that inspire, enlighten, and entertain. We will be looking for stories that are beautiful, thoughtful, and passionate, and change us and the field. The recipient is a story that is unique and will become essential to speculative fiction readers. 

The Georgia Tech Archives holds the Eugie Foster Collection, which contains Foster's correspondence with publishers, manuscript drafts, award certificates, Dragon Con materials, and copies of all her published works. The Archives is proud to help preserve her legacy and share her stories with generations to come.


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