June 9, 2017June 9, 2017
By Victoria Hoyle Occupy Me — Tricia Sullivan (Gollancz) ‘What. The fuck. Just happened.’ (Occupy Me, 28) If not for my...
June 7, 2017June 7, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Central Station — Lavie Tidhar (PS Publishing) This is the future we were promised. This is what all...
June 5, 2017June 5, 2017
By Maureen Kincaid Speller The Many Selves of Katherine North — Emma Geen (Bloomsbury) Of the six novels on my personal...
May 24, 2017May 24, 2017
By Megan AM The Underground Railroad — Colson Whitehead (Fleet) The most famous, most advertised of the six novels on the...
May 22, 2017May 22, 2017
By Paul Kincaid The Gradual — Christopher Priest (Gollancz) The other day, when I was reviewing Good Morning, Midnight by Lily...
May 18, 2017May 18, 2017
By Nina Allan Occupy Me — Tricia Sullivan (Gollancz) And then came 72B. There was something almost poetic about the way...
May 16, 2017May 16, 2017
By Maureen Kincaid Speller Azanian Bridges — Nick Wood (NewCon Press) Other commentators have already discussed the alternate history setting of...
May 12, 2017May 12, 2017
By Victoria Hoyle The Power — Naomi Alderman (Penguin Viking) Of all the books that I personally shortlisted for this project...
May 5, 2017May 5, 2017
By Jonathan McCalmont The Many Selves of Katherine North — Emma Geen (Bloomsbury) * I entered 2016 with my affection for...
May 2, 2017May 2, 2017
Summary of discussions by Nina Allan Well, here we are – three months into the shadow Clarke project and...
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About The Centre
"We came out here to
“We came out here to begin again. We came out here for the clear air and a fresh start. No one said to us: beware of fresh starts. No one said to us: god knows what will begin.”
Timely and suspenseful, Sealed by Naomi Booth is a gripping modern fable on motherhood. Join us for a discussion of this novella published by Dead Ink Press. Copies of the book are best purchased from the publisher directly or via Amazon at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sealed-Naomi-Booth/dp/1911585134
Wednesday 21 March: 6:00pm -
Wednesday 21 March: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, CB1 1PT
The links between science and science fiction have never been stronger. This writing workshop explores how scientific developments can prompt “what if” scenarios perfect for writers. Join authors Una McCormack and Helen Marshall, of Anglia Ruskin University, for writings exercises that’ll spark your imagination. New and experienced writers are welcome!
Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Anglia Ruskin University
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Anglia Ruskin University