And another one…

I’ve got another panel at Nine Worlds next weekend, this one as part of the Creative Writing stream:

Sunday 3.15PM – How important is science in science fiction? Does it matter if you get it right? And if you don’t have a PhD in some obscure branch of quantum cryptography or reproductive biology, how can you go about getting it right? With Dave Clements, feature Charles Stross, Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart.

Perceptive readers may have noticed that Charlie Stross is on all the panels I’m on. I can assure you this is a coincidence, although it is also definitive proof that we are not each others’ secret identities.

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