Corrine Kumar

Corrine Kumar is a science fiction and fantasy writer with a love of martial arts, cooking, and learning languages. Her greatest writing influences are Brandon Sanderson, V. E. Schwab, Nick Martell, Fonda Lee, and Mary Robinette Kowal. She studied Chemistry and Neuroscience at Indiana University—Bloomington, graduate from Indiana University School of Medicine, and is now a Pediatrics Resident at Riley Hospital for Children. She is an alumnus of the Futurescapes Writers’ Workshop, and her article “Active Reading to Step Up Your Writing” was published by the SFWA blog.

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Mothers and Strong Women in Speculative Fiction

May 14, 2023 9:00 am to 10:00 am

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Panelists: Fiona Moore, Natalie Wright, April White and Corrine Kumar (moderator)

Strong female protagonists drive stories and their own fates in speculative fiction. This panel discusses work that features hero-women as mothers and protagonists with agency.

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