JOIN US AT THE ELEVENTH SCIENCE FICTION FOUNDATION MASTERCLASS IN SCIENCE FICTION CRITICISM!
FRIDAY 30 JUNE TO SUNDAY 2 JULY 2017
2017 Class Leaders:
Nick Hubble (Brunel University)
John J. Johnston (Egypt Exploration Society)
Stephanie Saulter (author of Gemsigns and sequels)
Venue: Royal Observatory, Greenwich
Price: £225; £175 for registered postgraduate students.
The Masterclass is a three day event at which students from a wide range of backgrounds discuss texts with three class leaders. Past Masterclasses have proved extremely valuable to postgraduate students, both as means of honing their craft, and as a networking opportunity. The fee for registered postgraduate students is £175 for all three days (the Masterclass is non-residential).
To apply please send a short (no more than 3,000 words) piece of critical writing (a blog entry, review, essay, or other piece), and a one page curriculum vitae, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received by 24 April 2017 will be considered by an Applications Committee. Applications received after 24 April may be considered if places are still available, on a strictly first-come first served basis.
Past Masterclasses students are encouraged to apply again (though we will prioritise applications from those who have not been previous students).
Full details of the Masterclass can be found here: http://www.sf-foundation.org/node/228.