The details about next year’s event, which looks as enticing as ever:
Science Fiction Foundation announces SF Criticism Masterclass for 2011
The Science Fiction Foundation (SFF) will be holding the fifth annual Masterclass in sf criticism in 2011.
Paul McAuley is the author of eighteen novels, many of which have been nominated for the Campbell, BSFA and Clarke Awards, including the Arthur C. Clarke Award winning Fairyland. His most recent books are The Quiet War and Gardens of the Sun.
Claire Brialey is co-editor of the Nova award-winning and Hugo-nominated Banana Wings, has been an Arthur C Clarke Award judge, and contributed critical articles to Vector and other fanzines.
Mark Bould is the co-editor of Science Fiction Film and Television and author of The Cinema of John Sayles: Lone Star and Film Noir: From Berlin to Sin City. He has co-edited The Routledge Companion to Science Fiction, Fifty Key Figures in Science Fiction and Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction and other projects, including several issues of Science Fiction Studies.
Dates: 1st to 3rd July 2011
Location: Middlesex University, London (the Hendon Campus, nearest underground, Hendon Central).
Delegate costs will be £180 per person, excluding accommodation.
Accommodation: students are asked to find their own accommodation, but help is Golders Green Hotel, and the King Solomon Hotel, both in Golders Green, a short bus ride from the University.
Applicants should write to Farah Mendlesohn at email@example.com. Applicants will be asked to provide a CV and writing sample; these will be assessed by an Applications Committee consisting of Farah Mendlesohn, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay Jr. and Andy Sawyer.
Completed applications must be received by 28th February 2011.
2 thoughts on “Science Fiction Foundation Masterclass 2011”
I am hoping to attend. Any other early adopters/aspirers?
I haven’t decided yet — it depends a bit how certain things pan out over the next few months.