Nova Mob 1st July

The speaker this coming Wednesday is Eugen Bacon on Afrofuturism, Speculative Fiction, genre boundaries and interfaces. 
Eugen is preparing for three events on African speculative fiction at the ConZealand Worldcon, was a speaker at the June 2020 Emerging Writers’ Festival, is Aurealis Reviews Editor, is active on sfnal matters on Twitter, and in May 2020 saw publication of the book Hadithi and the State of Black Speculative Fiction as well as an article on AfroSF in the BSFA journal Vector. Her goodreads page is an .. erm.. good read.

Nova Mob will be by way of a Zoom meeting.
Here are the login details and password.

Topic: Nova Mob 1 July
8.00pm – Eugen Bacon on Afrofuturism and Speculative Fiction
Zoom open from 07:45 PM, Start time 8.00pm Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Note: all times half an hour earlier for Adelaide, so meeting open from 7:15, start 7:30pm

8.00pm Notices, apologies, and similar
8.10pm or so – Eugen Bacon 
9.00pm or so – completion, questions, discussion
9.45pm Zoom meeting shuts down

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 417 758 3193
Password: nova

Reminder: Zoom works well on Chrome and most other browsers but not on PaleMoon. 

Further reminder: please share this invitation with friends who will be interested. A special shout-out for Critical Mass in Adelaide. {thanks, Murray!}

Eugen Bacon, MA, MSc, PhD, is a computer scientist mentally re-engineered into creative writing.
Her stories have won, been shortlisted and commended in international awards, including the Bridport Prize, Copyright Agency Prize, Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Award, Nommo Award for Africans and Fellowship of Australian Writers National Literary Awards.
Her creative work has appeared in literary and speculative fiction publications worldwide, including Award Winning Australian Writing, British Science Fiction Association’s Vector Magazine, AntipodeanSF, Andromeda, Aurealis, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Meniscus, TEXT, The Victorian Writer, Unsung Stories, the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild and through Routledge in New Writing.
Publications: Claiming T-Mo (Meerkat Press). 
Writing Speculative Fiction (Red Globe Press).
In 2020: Her Bitch Dress (Ginninderra Press); 
The Road to Woop Woop & Other Stories (Meerkat Press);
Hadithi (Luna Press Publishing); 
Inside the Dreaming (NewCon Press).