Museum of Science Fiction Announces 2018 Quarterly Lecture Series in Washington, DC

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The Museum of Science Fiction, a non-profit organization working to open a museum space (dedicated to science fiction) in the Washington, DC region, has announced its 2018 DC Lecture Series:

Join us for a quarterly lecture series beginning on February 22. The Museum of Science Fiction, K&L Gates, and the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation will present a four-part lecture series in Washington, DC focusing on present day and near future developments. The 2018 quarterly series will present four areas ...

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An Evening with Neil Gaiman In Washington, DC

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At the last minute, a friend provided me with a ticket to see Neil Gaiman at DAR Constitution Hall. This was a pleasant surprise, and it turned out to be a very fun evening. I’ve always enjoyed Mr. Gaiman’s work, and he is extremely witty and charming in person. The man is a born storyteller, and last night’s event brought that home to me yet again.

Local author Keith Donohue prepped the audience with a short, enthusiastic ...

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May 11th lunchtime panel on “Fantastic Heroines of Sci Fi & Fantasy”

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Here’s another event of interest to science fiction fans in the Washington, DC region:

On Friday, May 11th, 2012, the American Women Writers National Museum will be hosting a lunchtime panel on “Fantastic Heroines of Sci Fi & Fantasy.”  The panelists are authors Brenda Clough, Mindy Klasky, L. Jagi Lamplighter and Jeri Smith-Ready, and the panel will be moderated by Fast Forward‘s very own book reviewer, Colleen Cahill.

FANTASTIC HEROINES OF SCI FI ...

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