Nova Mob 10th Nov: Ian Mond on the best books of 2021

Murray writes:

Mondiale – world’s best SF reading, 2021

Ian Mond’s best books of genre not packaged as genre

Face to face meeting, simulcast in Zoom

This year Ian has selected 14 books for your reading delight. By way of suspense, one is a Nova Mob repeat, and one author appears twice. Ian’s list is well worth centring your year’s reading around.

Kensington Town Hall, 8.00pm, Wednesday 10 November, address below. Note that the event is now a week later.

We’d love to see you there, although there are restrictions as you’d expect:

–         If you have symptoms associated with COVID-19, please stay at home and use the Zoom simulcast instead.

–         If you are not fully vaccinated, in other words 2 jabs, please do not attend in person.

–         If you don’t want to provide your proof of full vaccination along with your contact details for COVID contact tracing purposes, please do not attend in person.

  • If you plan to attend in person, please acquire a ticket via Eventbrite, as numbers are limited to 18.

Our Nova Mob COVID-19 Plan is being revised to fulfil Kensington Town Hall requirements under the new State Government arrangements, and for entry you will be required to provide your proof of vaccination status. 

Face to face 

You are invited to an in-person Nova Mob meeting at: 

Wednesday 10th November

8.00pm – 9.30 pm or so, first floor Conference Room

Kensington Town Hall

30 – 34 Bellair St

Kensington Melbourne VIC 3031

By Zoom – simulcast

For those who prefer not to travel or are unable to attend face-to-face. This’ll be close to a webcast or radiocast in style, broadcast from the Kensington Town Hall. Questions or comments typed into the Zoom chat will be passed through to Ian as the opportunity permits.

You are invited to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Wednesday 10 November

8.00pm – 9.30 pm Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney time
7.30pm – 9.00pm Adelaide time
Join Zoom Meeting

Passcode: nova

Meeting ID: 417 758 3193

We apologise in advance for any IT issues. Our knowledge is sufficient to know there will be something, but is not deep enough to pinpoint what it’ll be this time.