BSFA Author Event Wednesday 24th April – Una McCormack interviewed by Ian Whates

The BSFA’s Monthly London Meetings are FREE!

Usually the 4th Wed of each month (excl Dec). Fans meet from 18:00 in the main downstairs bar. The event starts at 19:00 -though some regulars go upstairs earlier. Interview starts ~19:15.

This month’s meeting will be in the basement of The Star of Kings, Kings Cross. 126 York Way, London N1 OAX
Electric Star Pubs. Hot food available. SF Book raffle* (tickets 5 for £1)

Our guest for 24th April is New York Times best-selling author Una McCormack. She has written several Doctor Who novels for BBC Books, and tie-ins for Star Trek and Deep Space Nine, as well as scripts for Big Finish Productions for the Bernie Summerfield series.

Una will be in conversation with Ian Whates, former BSFA Chair, editor and owner of the multiple award-winning Newcon Press, and prolific author, who has many wonderful books out there to be read including his latest space opera series The Dark Angels.

Future meetings:

May 22nd – Rebecca Kuang interviewed by Alexandra Christo – venue to be announced.

BSFA and SFF Mini-convention and AGM 25th June 2016

it was great to see fellow SF fans and BSFA members on Saturday, on a gloriously warm June day. If you couldn’t make it, once again, Chad Dixon has kindly provided us with media links  recorded from the BSFA and SFF joint mini-convention and AGM from this Saturday and photos.

Audio downloads:

Whither Human Space Flight.


David A Hardy, Una McCormack, Graham Sleight & mod, Phil Dyson

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BSFA Special Guest: Liz Williams Interviewed by Kari Sperring

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Representations of Mars

Liz Williams, Andrew Butler, Sophia MacDougall & Dave Lally

2016-06-26 13.45.18P1150518P1150516Youtube video links are here, but you can also catch up via Chad Dixon’s Periscope channel. Here is David A. Hardy’s Art Show presentation.  Here is Whither Human Space Flight. Here is Liz Williams interviewed by Kari Sperring, and here is Representations of Mars.