Nebula award winning-author Eugie Foster died on Saturday.
She was forty-two.
I knew her from my time reviewing for Tangent Online and The Fix, where she worked as an editor.
Eugie was one of the very first people I became acquainted with in the world of science fiction fandom, and the first with whom I actually worked in it.
She was always kind, considerate, patient and supportive.
The world is a colder place for her no longer being among us.
However, her work does remain with us. If you are not familiar with it, I urge you to check it out for yourself.
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