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Unnatural Disasters: Writing Sci-fi and Cli-fi in a Fast-Changing World
12/03 - 12/10/2018
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Course Details

Course Description:

We sit on the edge of possibility. From Roddenberry’s sliding doors and tablet PCs to Atwood’s dystopian floods, our stories point the way to possible futures. This is a class about writing those futures. Participants will explore the basic elements of creating strong fiction and learn how to weave those elements into the extraordinary worlds we carve out of fringe science and the environmental issues shaping our tomorrows. Participants will engage with existing genre work ranging from Bacigalupi to Zelzany to learn the finer points of craft. Then participants will create new or revisit old works of fiction with an eye towards the future.

Duration:

2 Weeks

Genre Type:

Fiction, Science Fiction, Climate Fiction

Course Type:

Generative Workshop/Lecture

Course Level

All Skill Levels

Dates and Times:

Monday nights from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

December 3 and 10, 2018