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Our group has both an online and physical presence. We meet on the 4th Wednesday each month, 7 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. at the Mt. Lebanon Library (16 Castle Shannon Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15228-2252). In addition, we have an online group which interacts both here and at our other site at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shsfbg (http://shsfbg.webnode.com)

The Greater Pittsburgh Science Fiction Book Discussion Group focuses on classic, "hard," and/or award winning science fiction books.

If you enjoy reading science fiction and have an opinion to share, join us!

Upcoming events (5+)

Greater Pittsburgh Science Fiction Book Discussion Group Meetup

Mount Lebanon Public Library

Discuss the Month's science fiction selections and other topics related to the world of science and science fiction. In October we'll discuss the novel “Artemis” by Andy Wier. The short works of science fiction will be “Elvis at the White House” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and “Bring the Kids and Revisit the Past at the Traveling Retro Funfair” by Seanan McGuire.

Greater Pittsburgh Science Fiction Book Discussion Group Meetup

Mount Lebanon Public Library

Discuss the Month's science fiction selections and other topics related to the world of science and science fiction. In November we'll discuss “The Light of Other Days” by Arthur C. Clarke. The short works of science fiction will be “The Lifecycle of Software Objects” by Ted Chiang and “The Road Not Taken” by Harry Turtledove.

Greater Pittsburgh Science Fiction Book Discussion Group Meetup

Mount Lebanon Public Library

Discuss the Month's science fiction selections and other topics related to the world of science and science fiction. In December we'll discuss “Time’s Child” by Rebecca Ore. The short works of science fiction will be “Uncanny Valley” by Greg Egan and “Sidewalks” by Maureen McHugh.

Greater Pittsburgh Science Fiction Book Discussion Group Meetup

Mount Lebanon Public Library

Discuss the Month's science fiction selection and other topics realted to the world of science and science fiction. In January we'll discuss "Axis" by Robert Charles Wilson. The short works of science fiction for January will be "Melancholy Elephants" by Spider Robinson and "Clean Up Your Room" by Laura Ann Gilman.

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