Tag Archives: science fiction
We recognise this is a very uncertain time and we at OGOM hope everyone is well and safe. Despite the barriers, academic life goes on and we have a few CFPs to advertise, plus some new resources added to the … Continue reading
Men in the Moon: The Ideas and Correspondence of H.G. Wells and Sir Winston Churchill Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ21 September 2019 Keynote Speakers: Richard Jones, Professor Michael Smith, and Professor Richard Toye, University … Continue reading
A bit behind with blogging, so quite a few Frankenstein items have accumulated (it being, as I’m sure you’ll know, the 200th anniversary of the novel’s publication). First, a brief discussion, with some very useful links, of the claim by … Continue reading
The ‘Science Fiction Film and Television’ journal have released the following on their Facebook page: ‘Science Fiction Film and Television continues to invite submissions for upcoming issues. Preferred length for articles is approximately 7000-9000 words; all topics related to science … Continue reading
Just to keep your reading list growing, here’s a round-up from The Guardian on the latest and greatest publications in science fiction and horror.
An exciting conference for postgraduates to present their research at the University of Liverpool, well-known as a pioneering centre for research into science fiction: Returning for its fifth consecutive year, CRSF is a one day postgraduate conference designed to promote … Continue reading