Geoff Ryman

Geoff Ryman has taught fiction at the Centre for New Writing since 2005: one of the world’s leading SF writers, his novels and stories include 253, Was and Air, and have won the the Arthur C Clarke, Philip K Dick, John W Campbell, BSFA and James Tiptree Jr Prizes, and he edited the groundbreaking ‘mundane’ anthology When it Changed: “Real Science” Science Fiction. He is also founded the African Speculative Fiction Society and has just edited a new anthology of African SFF writing for The Manchester Review.

Geoff will give a reading in the Dome, followed by an interview with John McAuliffe.

Sunday 2017

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