Great Worlds in SF

Track:
Science Fiction/Fantasy
What:
Panel
When:
13:00, Friday 31 Jul 2020 NZST (50 minutes)
Where:
Programming - Programme Room 1 (Webinar)
Discussion:
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A satisfying SF world is more than name. What makes such a world appealing to the reader? Does that appeal correlate with the depth and complexity of the writer’s creation? What aspects -- physics, biology, history, other -- are important?  What are good examples, and maybe what are some bad ones? 
Panelist
James Nicoll Reviews / University of Waterloo Theatre Centre
Book Reviewer/Theatre Staff
Moderator
Historian and Bibliographer
Panelist
Author
Panelist
Overlord
Panelist
Asimov's Science Fiction
Editor