This month, we have Suzie Gray interviewed by F.D. Lee.
Suzie Gray, aka Suzie Geeforce, is a Spoken Word Artist, Playwright, Producer and AR (Augmented Reality) Designer from London. She has created AR poetry for SeekXR, Snapchat and Instagram as well as a standalone app, Poetal Lite. She has a PhD in Science Fiction Theatre.
Suzie’s poetry chapbook Energy (or the Art of Keeping it Together) was nominated for the Elgin Award and her poem for the crowdfunded space mission Lunar Mission One was nominated for the Rhysling Award. She composed and recorded her spoken word EP Material World in July 2019, which she has performed in London and Los Angeles. Her latest EP, Paper Dolls, will be available at the end of February.
F D. Lee is the author of the internationally bestselling fantasy series The Pathways Tree, and the award-winning SF novel In the Slip. A lifelong fantasy and science fiction fan, Faith is an advocate of self- and indie-publishing and has a PhD in English Literature and Creative Writing. She has been featured in The Independent, appeared on Radio 4 to talk about her research into genre fiction, has given a mini-TED talk on why stories matter, and has been featured as an Underground Book. @faithdlee. www.fdlee.co.uk
BSFA Monthly London Meetings (all welcome — free: you do not have to be a BSFA member to attend)
Central Station, 37 Wharfdale Road, King’s Cross, London, N1 9SD
We’ll be in the first-floor bar, which is private.
It’s about 7 minutes’ walk from Kings Cross/St Pancras station. Or go to bus stop G in nearby York Way and catch a northbound bus number 17, 91, or 259. When it turns right into Wharfedale Road, get off at the next stop, which is opposite the venue.
ALL WELCOME – FREE ENTRY
6pm Fans gather
7pm: start of interview
8.15pm: book raffle (win a selection of sf novels for just £1 for 5 tickets)