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The World of Indian Science Fiction (with Gautham Bhatia, Lavanya Lakshminarayan, TG Shenoy & Shrabonti Bagchi)

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18 Jan 2023

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18 Jan 2023

About the Event

From being the preserve of a handful of American and British authors in the late 20th century, science fiction (SF) today is a global phenomenon.

  • From Afrofuturism to the popular Chinese Science Fiction of Cixxin Liu, Hao Jingfeng and others, writers, editors, and readers around the world are turning to genre to make sense of our world and our futures.
  • The global character of contemporary SF is matched by the profusion of sub-genres that have come to inhabit it: climate fiction (or “cli-fi”) and “hopepunk” are just two of the many approaches to science fiction that respond to our present-day conditions.

From being the preserve of a handful of American and British authors in the late 20th century, science fiction (SF) today is a global phenomenon.

  • From Afrofuturism to the popular Chinese Science Fiction of Cixxin Liu, Hao Jingfeng and others, writers, editors, and readers around the world are turning to genre to make sense of our world and our futures.
  • The global character of contemporary SF is matched by the profusion of sub-genres that have come to inhabit it: climate fiction (or “cli-fi”) and “hopepunk” are just two of the many approaches to science fiction that respond to our present-day conditions.

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From being the preserve of a handful of American and British authors in the late-20th century, science fiction (SF) today is a global phenomenon. From Afrofuturism to the popular Chinese Science Fiction of Cixxin Liu, Hao Jingfeng and others, writers, editors, and readers around the world are turning to genre to make sense of our world and our futures.

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