Reimagining Cascadia : Writing futures we might want to live in A program for adults Wednesday October 13 7:00 pm-8:30 pm Free Peter Kaye Room, Lower Level Central Library 350 West Georgia Street Bleak urban dystopias abound in popular fiction - and most of us wouldn't want to live in them. Are we resigning ourselves and our children to defeat by imagining such grim futures? How can we think and write hopefully about our future? Donna McMahon - SF writer, author of Dance of Knives and Second Childhood, both set in the 22nd century Pacific Northwest. Paula Johanson - SF and science writer and educator, with a particular interest in sustainable agriculture, author of Tower in the Crooked Wood. Lisa Smedman - journalist, SF writer and game designer, author of Creature Catchers and Vancouver : Stories of a City. For more information please contact VPL - Popular Reading Library at 604-331-3691 (starfishian)
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