Susan Palwick

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Susan Palwick at Wiscon 30

Susan Palwick (1961, New York) is an American writer and associate professor of English at the University of Nevada, Reno.[1] She began her professional career by publishing "The Woman Who Saved the World" for Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in 1985.

Raised in northern New Jersey, Palwick attended Princeton University and holds a doctoral degree from Yale.[1] In the 1980s, she was an editor of The Little Magazine and then helped found The New York Review of Science Fiction. Although she is not a prolific author, Palwick's work has received multiple awards, including the Rhysling Award (in 1985) for her poem "The Neighbor's Wife." She won the Crawford Award for best first novel with Flying in Place in 1993,[2] and The Alex Award in 2006 for her second novel, The Necessary Beggar.[3] Her third novel, Shelter, was published by Tor in 2007. Another book, The Fate of Mice (a collection of short stories), has also been published by Tachyon Publications.

Susan Palwick is a practicing Episcopalian and lay preacher. She also writes a column for the Church Health Center's website on faith and health, HopeandHealing.org.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Flying in Place (1992)[4]
  • The Necessary Beggar (2005)
  • Shelter (2007)
  • Mending the Moon (2013)

Collection[edit]

  • The Fate of Mice (2007)

Verse[edit]

  • Brief Visits: Sonnets from a Volunteer Chaplain (2012)

Short fiction[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Episode 8: An Interview with SF/Fantasy Author Susan Palwick". Geekarati (Podcast). Blog Talk Radio. 2007-06-26. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  2. ^ "1993 Crawford Award". The LOCUS Index to SF Awards. Locus Magazine. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  3. ^ "2006 Alex Awards". Young Adult Library Services Association. Retrieved 2013-06-08. 
  4. ^ Flying in Place title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database

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