Receives Two Science Fiction Awards
member Ed Carmien received special recognition at the Science Fiction
Research Association (SFRA)'s annual convention in Kansas City,
Missouri, July 6-8. Ed received an award for his short story, "The
Beautiful Accident," which won the Heinlein Centennial Short
Fiction Writing Contest in the Professional Division. This year
the SFRA event was held in conjunction with the Heinlein Centennial
celebration, honoring Robert Heinlein (1907-1988) for his contributions
to science fiction and the space industry.
Ed also received
the SFRA's 2007 Mary Kay Bray Award for his review of "Space
Opera Renaissance" (ed. by Hartwell and Cramer), which appeared
in issue #277 of the SFRA Review. Ed was selected as the association's
fiction review editor last fall.
Carmien receives an award for his short story,
"The Beautiful Accident," during the
Heinlein Centennial celebration.
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