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The Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction
or Eugie Award
Subcategory of Awards International Awards
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History

Inaugurated in 2016 (for works published in 2015), the Eugie Award is presented in memory of award-winning American short-fiction writer Eugie Foster, who died of complicated from lymphoma in 2014.

Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 2021

winner The Genetic Alchemist's Daughter Elaine Cuyegkeng , 2020 2020 single work single work short story horror science fiction
— Appears in: Pseudopod 2006-;

— Appears in: Black Cranes : Tales of Unquiet Women 2020; (p. 15-34)
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