CFP: NANO Special Issue: Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Narrative, Characters, Media, and Event

I’m co-editing (with my colleagues Alan Lovegreen and Sean Scanlan) a special issue of NANO New American Notes Online that explores Star Wars: The Force Awakens as narrative, character, media, and event. NANO is a badass journal that focuses on concise, rigorous, and multimodal arguments. It is dynamic in its writers’ approaches, and it is fast toContinue reading “CFP: NANO Special Issue: Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Narrative, Characters, Media, and Event”

Minister Faust, the Canadian Science Fiction Writer, Will Give Free Readings at Georgia Tech, April 1 and 2

I’m looking forward to next week. Minister Faust is making a special visit to Georgia Tech for two readings. These are free events. I highly recommend science fiction folk to attend. Details follow: The School of Literature, Media and Communication presents award-winning science fiction author Minister Faust Monday, April 1 2013, 3-5 pm Tuesday, AprilContinue reading “Minister Faust, the Canadian Science Fiction Writer, Will Give Free Readings at Georgia Tech, April 1 and 2”

Apple’s “Back to the Mac” Event on October 20, 2010

According to TUAW and many others, Apple is holding a special “Back to the Mac” event next Wednesday, October 20. As you can see in the image above that I captured from TUAW, the image of a lion is mapped to the inner surface of the 3D Apple logo, so this could mean that theContinue reading “Apple’s “Back to the Mac” Event on October 20, 2010″

Kathleen Ann Goonan Speaks at Georgia Tech on “Consciousness, Literature, and Science Fiction”, Oct 12, 2010

Lisa Yaszek sent the following announcement out about the upcoming talk by award winning science fiction author Kathleen Ann Goonan at Georgia Tech on “Consciousness, Literature, and Science Fiction.” The presentation will take place on October 12 at 11:00am in the Library East Commons. I wish that I could go, because I think this Ms.Continue reading “Kathleen Ann Goonan Speaks at Georgia Tech on “Consciousness, Literature, and Science Fiction”, Oct 12, 2010″