Received the final schedule for this Thursday’s (11/17) science fiction symposium, The Shape of Things to Come: Science Fiction at Georgia Tech, hosted by The School of Literature, Communication and Culture (Skiles Building, Room 002). My reading with Joe McDermott and Chesya Burke is schedule for 4:30 pm-6:00 pm. I’ll be reading “The Archer of the Sun and the Lady of the Moon,” one of the stories from Returning My Sister’s Face.
9:30 am-10:45 am: “Science Fiction and Society”
Richard Barke (PubP), Kristie Champlan Gurley (PubP), Tom Morley (MATH), Jackie Royster (IAC/LCC), Aaron Santesso (LCC, moderator)
11:00 am-12:00 pm: “Science Fiction Collection Presentation and Student Initiatives”
Ryan Speer (LIB), Joshua Cuneo (LCC), Travis Gasque (ME), Keith Johnson (LCC), Adam LeDoux (LCC), Lisa Yaszek (LCC, moderator), Paul Zaitsev (LCC)
1:30 pm-2:45 pm: “Speculative Fiction in Literary and Cultural History”
Peter Brecke (INTA), Nihad Farooq (LCC), Narin Hassan (LCC), Carol Senf (LCC, moderator)
3:00 pm-4:15 pm: “Science Fiction Across Media”
Nettrice Gaskins (LCC), Michael Nitsche (LCC), Robert Ring (independent film scholar), Jay Telotte (LCC, moderator), Hank Whitson (LCC), Lisa Yaszek (LCC)
4:30 pm-6:00 pm: “Science Fiction in Atlanta: Author Reading and Book Signing”
Chesya Burke, J.M. McDermott, Eugie Foster, Kathy Goonan (LCC, moderator)
All events are free and open to the Georgia Tech and Atlanta communities. For further information, contact Dr. Lisa Yaszek at firstname.lastname@example.org.