Expanding Worlds: How Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels Imagine the World – For Better or for Worse

Expanding Worlds: How Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels Imagine the World – For Better or for Worse

October 07, 2016, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

BookCon @ NYCC - 500 W 36th St

Language:
English

From hyper-drive star ships to swords and sorcery to lustful vampires, science fiction and fantasy novels imagine worlds with infinite possibilities. But frequently, these worlds are remarkably similar to our own. Come hear bestselling science-fiction and fantasy authors discuss their imagined worlds and the impact of the collective SFF brain on the “real” world. Authors Rysa Walker (The Delphi Effect, Timebound), Gwenda Bond (Girl In the Shadows), Amy A. Bartol (Kricket series, Secondborn series), J.D. Horn (Witching Savannah series), and Alys Arden (The Casquette Girls) will debate and discuss, led by Senior Editor Jason Kirk of 47North and Skyscape.

Please note, all BookCon @ NYCC Panels will be cleared after each Panel.

Contributors

  • Rysa Walker

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  • Jason Kirk

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  • Amy Bartol

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  • Alys Arden

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  • Gwenda Bond

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  • J.D. Horn

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Categories

  1. Category
    Books
    Comics
  2. Type of Event
    Panels, Screenings & Special Events
  3. Venue BookCon @ NYCC – 500 W 36th St
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