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2020 Mythopoeic Awards Winners Announced

Posted on March 1, 2021
by Lynn Maudlin

The pandemic of 2020 (and 2021, *sigh*) threw the Mythopoeic Awards into a state of upheaval: lockdowns, closed libraries, and limited access to nominated books made the reading process longer and more convoluted than ever before. Normally the winners would have been announced in-person at Mythcon 51 until Mythcon was postponed... still, our intrepid readers pressed on, and February 14 we announced the winners via a video presentation on our new MythSoc YouTube channel.

Do not miss these: Earlier in February our Steward for Social Media, Alicia Fox-Lenz, posted four interviews with some of the nominees, so if you haven't read these blogposts, please don't miss them!
Suzanne Nelson
Alix Harrow
Anne Ursu
and Erin Entrada Kelly

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