Writing Workshop at BSFS - Using Science in Science Fiction

The Baltimore Science Fiction Society is proud to announce the beginning of writing workshops run by active and acclaimed professional writers in the genre of science fiction and fantasy.

You can read our full press release about the BSFS Writing Workshops here.

Please click here for a brief moment from the first workshop, with instructor Brenda Clough answering a question from the audience.

The photo above is from Morgan Keyes lecturing on "The Business of Writing".

On September 21, Dr. Catherine Asaro will teach, “Using Science in Science Fiction,” for those writers who want to learn how to successfully integrate believable science into their fiction.

Dr. Catherine Asaro holds a Ph.D. from Harvard in chemical physics. A singer, dancer, songwriter, teacher, speaker and fiction writer, her fiction has won many awards, including the Sapphire Award, the Prism Award, and the Nebula. She has published a wide range of novels, short stories, reviews, essays, and scientific papers. You can find more information on her and her works at www.catherineasaro.net

The cost to participate is $25, which includes lunch, and is due by September 14th (one week before the workshop), though seats will likely be full well before then. You can pay me (Alexander Harris) or Jonette Butler or Dale Arnold with cash or money order in person at most of the BSFS events since we attend most of them, or you can send it through PayPal to [masked]. Please send me an e-mail first before sending via PayPal.

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  • Alexander

    8 seats are sold so far, 2 remain.

    August 30, 2013

  • Alexander

    This workshop has an attendance cap of 10. 5 have already paid already, so there are only 5 seats remaining.

    July 14, 2013

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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