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Mark Bourne Speculative Fiction-Writing Scholarship

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  • The Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction offers the Mark Bourne Speculative Fiction Writing Scholarship as one of the two scholarships for science fiction students at the University of Kansas. The scholarship comes in either the form of a fee waiver of the not-for-credit workshop registration fee, or a monetary award to help cover KU fees for enrolling for-credit in ENGL 757 (Speculative Fiction Writing Workshop only). Recipients also receive a complimentary membership to the Campbell Conference directly following the workshops, where they can meet scholars and professionals in the field. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Chris McKitterick
  • cmckit@ku.edu

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