Brenda Clough

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Brenda W. Clough (also credited as B.W. Clough) is an American science fiction and fantasy writer.[1]

Brenda W. Clough has been nominated to an Hugo Award[citation needed] and a Nebula Award in 2002 for her Novella "May Be Some Time".[2] She currently teaches writing workshops at the Writers Center in Bethesda, MD.[citation needed]



  • The Crystal Crown, 1984
  • The Dragon of Mishbil, 1985
  • The Realm Beneath, 1986
  • The Name of the Sun, 1988
  • An Impossumble Summer, 1992
  • How Like a God, 1997
  • Doors of Death and Life, 2000
  • Revise the World, 2008

Short stories[edit]


  • "Prairie Oysters in Hell: Interpretations of Isherwood in Dramatic Media", The Reston Review, first quarter 1992 [link]
  • "The Theory and Practice of Titles", SFWA Bulletin, Fall 1995 [link]
  • "Why I live in Washington, DC", SFWA Bulletin, Fall 1997[verification needed]
  • "Swindlers, Sharks & Scams: Writer Beware!" (with A. C. Crispin ), SFWA Bulletin, series starting in Vol 32, Issue 3, Winter 1998[citation needed]
  • Jo Clayton's Online Lifeline, 1999 [link]
  • "Inside Worldcon: the Writers Tour", SFWA Bulletin, Spring 2003[verification needed]
  • "Pride and Preservation, or Finding a Home for Your Papers" (with Colleen R. Cahill), SFWA Bulletin, Winter 2004[verification needed]


  1. ^ "Locus Online: News, April 2002". Retrieved 2011-03-08. 
  2. ^ Nebula Award for Best Novella

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