Of course, no sooner does one event pass than another hoves into view. This coming Saturday:
The Science Fiction Foundation and the British Science Fiction Association invite you to attend their Mini-Convention and Annual General Meeting, with guests Rob Shearman and Malcolm Edwards.
Held at The Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House (map), London on Saturday 19th June 2010.
9:30 — Doors Open
10:00 — Welcome
10:05 — SFF panel: “How do we understand TV as a literary medium?”
11:00 — SFF guest: Rob Shearman interviewed by Jane Killick
12:00 — BSFA AGM
12:30 — Lunch
13:30 — SFF AGM
14:00 — BSFA guest: Malcolm Edwards interviewed by Graham Sleight
15:00 — BSFA Panel: “Is fandom a valuable support for genre publishing or merely a pleasant diversion?”
16.00 — Close
See you there?
4 thoughts on “BSFA/SFF AGM Event”
Rob’s great value as a guest and happens to be a fantastic writer to boot. I just I wish I lived in the UK so I could go along.
I highly recommend Love Songs for the Shy and Cynical for your 2010 reading.
Ah, good; so long as all goes well Tube-wise, I should be in time to hear Shearman myself… which, given a recent review assignment, should be enlightening. :)
Ian: Yes, I gather it is a bit good.
Paul: I’m going to try to get there in time for the first panel. Of course, this will require getting up earlier than I do on a normal weekday…