Edge-Lit 6 brings together some of the most exciting writing talent in fantasy, horror and science-fiction for a packed day of workshops, panels, interviews and much more!
With a Guest of Honour line-up including acclaimed literary and fantasy author Joanne Harris, multi-award winning science-fiction writer Stephen Baxter, ghost story writer and British Book Awards Book of the Year Winner Andrew Michael Hurley and much more, this event is an essential for those serious about learning more about writing genre fiction. Tickets for the event are £30 including access to all the activities on the day and event goodie bag. You can find out more on their facebook group here.
To be in with a chance of winning a ticket for this cracking event, simply answer the below question:
Stanley Kubrick created a movie based on the Arthur C Clarke short story, The Sentinel. Clarke went on to adapt the movie into a classic science fiction novel. But what was it called?
A) 2000 AD
B) 2001: A Space Odyssey
C) Sentinel of Eternity
Email your answer, along with your address details, to firstname.lastname@example.org labelled EDGELIT before midnight on Wednesday, July 7th.
Edge-Lit runs for the 6th time on July 15th, 2017, and again has gathered some of the UK’s most exciting authors for what promises to be one of the biggest genre fiction events of the year. As well as the already confirmed Guests of Honour – including acclaimed and award-winning authors Stephen Baxter, Joanne Harris, Andrew Michael Hurley, Ken MacLeod, Peter Newman, Jeff Noon and Samantha Shannon – the event will be welcoming a host of acclaimed and award-winning authors to its ever popular range of panels and workshops.
Attendees can look forward to seeing Arthur C Clarke Award-winning author Adrian Tchaikovsky, Booker Prize nominated writer Alison Moore and 2016 British Fantasy Award Winners Zen Cho and Catriona Ward as well as popular authors including Charlie Fletcher, Lucy Hounsom, Emma Newman, Natasha Pulley, Anna Stephens and many more besides.
Alex Davis, Literature Officer at QUAD, said: ‘Putting together the line-up each year for Edge-Lit is no small task, but I’m delighted with how this year has shaped up. We’ve had great support from publishers – as well as individual writers – to put together what I think is the best roster of talent at an Edge-Lit yet. It’s bound to help make this an unmissable day of genre fiction!’
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