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UWG names Clores as 2024 Ingo Swann Research Fellow

The University of West Georgia’s Ingram Library recently announced that Suzanne Clores is the Ingo Swann Research Fellow for 2024. 

The fellowship was established in honor of Ingo Swann – artist, author, practitioner and teacher of remote viewing – to advance scholarship in the field of parapsychology and to encourage use of the human consciousness collections in Ingram Library’s Special Collections in unique and creative ways. 

New York Times, and her work has appeared in print and literary websites such as Elle, Salon, The Sunday Rumpus, The Huffington Post, Hypertext Magazine, Spirituality & Health, Next Avenue and other publications. Her personal essays have been anthologized and used in college classrooms, and she has lectured on creative writing and communications at Northwestern, DePaul and National Louis Universities.  

Clores received her bachelor’s degree from Columbia University and her MFA in fiction from the University of Arizona. She has received grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the Emerald Gate Foundation and has been in residence at the Millay Center for the Arts, the Vermont Studio Center, the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, and the Ragdale Foundation.  

There will be a free public lecture on Clores’ research on Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. The lecture will be held on the UWG Carrollton campus at the Library’s Aquarium (3rd floor) and live-streamed.  

For more information, please contact Blynne Olivieri Parker, interim head of learning and research services in Ingram Library, at 678-839-6341 or by email at [email protected].  

Information about the Ingo Swann Research Fellowship is online at https://www.westga.edu/library/special-collections/swann.php