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NEA Big Read Panel: Local Authors on SCI-FI & What defines Literary Genre

NEA Big Read Panel: Local Authors on SCI-FI & What defines Literary Genre

September 21, 2019 3:00 pm

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Space Cowboy at Sun Alley Shops, Joshua Tree

Local Authors on SCI-FI & What defines Literary Genre

Space Cowboy Books

Saturday, Sept 21 - 3pm

As part of the Big Read Morongo Basin, Space Cowboy Books will host a panel discussion featuring local authors Jon Christopher, Susan Rukeyser, Gabriel Hart and Jean-Paul Garnier, each having authored novels in different sub-genres of science fiction. The panelists will discuss the differences and similarities between speculative, literary, dystopian, and science fiction and the themes of STATION ELEVEN. The book's author Emily St. John Mandel has been surprised to see STATION ELEVEN categorized as each of these genres.



Cost: Free
EVENTS    |    Space Cowboy at Sun Alley Shops


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