Join us for an open conversation around the theme of our first issue: For Future Generations! We will be discussing climate science and climate fiction (also known as CliFi), the role of science fiction in exploring sustainability, and spiral out to related questions (the ethics of terraforming, maybe).
We will be using #eaSFFchat to track the conversation.
Once again, Twitter Chat at 8pm (London time) on 3 May 2018!
Feel free to tweet your host, Editor-in-Chief of Electric Athenaeum, @tripgaley, with any questions!
The Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy connects two major strengths within Anglia Ruskin University: writing and publishing alongside literary criticism. It is comprised of Faculty members, associate lecturers and postgraduate and undergraduate students.