Edge-Lit, Derby's annual festival of science-fiction, fantasy and horror, now in its fifth incarnation has announced three major authors as Guests of Honour for its event at QUAD, Derby, on Saturday 16th July.
Alastair Reynolds is a hugely popular author of hard science fiction and space opera, and hit headlines in signing a £1-million, ten book deal in 2009. His famed series Revelation Space and Poseidon's Children brought him to prominence within the UK science-fiction scene, and his forthcoming title, The Medusa Chronicles, is co-written with Stephen Baxter.
M John Harrison is one of the most acclaimed science-fiction writers of the last thirty years, and author of titles including the Virconium series, Light, Nova Swing and Empty Space. He is a previous recipient of the Arthur C Clarke Award, The Philip K Dick Award and the James Tiptree Award.
Emma Newman is the author of the Split Worlds urban fantasy series, and more recently her SF debut Planetfall has been garnering superb reviews. She is also co-writer and host of the popular Tea and Jeopardy podcast.
For details of the other authors appearing at this event, check the Edge-Lit website. Edge Lit tickets are £30 and include access to all sessions plus an event goodie bag.
For more information, or to book tickets, please visit http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/special-event/edge-lit-5.aspx or call QUAD Box Office on 01332 290606.