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Sunday, October 18 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Speculative Fiction is Global

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Speculative fiction perspective can often stagnate around US and UK conferences and publishers, but SF is truly global, with rapidly expanding genre reading markets across the world. Come and learn more about SF from places outside of the industry's usual gaze.

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Yasser Bahjatt

Yasser is a technologist, futurist, serial entrepreneur, author, computer engineer and consultant.He is the co-founder of Yatakahayloon (they are imagining), a company focused on cultivating SciFi across Arabia and raising it to the level where it can be globally competitive.His novel... Read More →
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Katalina Watt

Katalina Watt is a Filipinx-British author published in Haunted Voices, Ceremony, Unspeakable, Malefaction Magazine: Femme Fatale, Extra Teeth: Issue Two, and Cunning Folk's Re-Enchantment Issue. She is currently working on her Horror-Fantasy debut short story collection inspired... Read More →
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Eugen Bacon

Eugen Bacon is African Australian, a computer scientist mentally re-engineered into creative writing.  She's the author of Claiming T-Mo (Meerkat Press) and Writing Speculative Fiction (Macmillan). Her work has won, been shortlisted, longlisted or commended in national and international... Read More →
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Uche Ogbuji

Uche Ogbuji, more properly Úchèńnà Ogbújí, was born in Calabar, Nigeria. He lived in Egypt, England and elsewhere before settling in the US near Boulder. An engineer by training and entrepreneur by trade, he fell in love with poetry and spoken word at university in Nsukka and... Read More →

Sunday October 18, 2020 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
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