Odin Awardees

In the forty years since the Guild was founded, it has recognized twenty people for their body of work or their contributions to the San Diego writing community. This post includes information about five of those previous awardees.

Richard Louv

Richard Louv, journalist and author of nine nonfiction books, also launched a movement dedicated to connecting people, especially children, to nature.

For more information, see his website.

Steve Kowit

Poet Steve Kowit received many awards for his works, including poetry books used in schools from high school to university levels around the country.

A prize of $1,000 and publication in The San Diego Poetry Annual is given annual for a poem, in a contest named for Steve Kowit.

For more information, see his official website.

David Brin

Author David Brin combines science and technology into his near-future works.

For more information, see his official website.

Susan Vreeland

Susan Vreeland is best know for her historical fiction. She taught English in San Diego high schools for 30 years.

For more information, see her website.

Joan Oppenheimer

Joan Oppenheimer is a prolific writer of books, many for a teenage audience.

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