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Samuel R. Delany named science fiction and fantasy Grand Master

by Carolyn Kellogg
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America has named Samuel R. Delany the grand master for 2013. He'll be given the award at the Nebula Awards weekend in 2014.
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