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CRSF is a postgraduate conference designed to promote the research of speculative fictions including, but not limited to, science fiction, fantasy and horror.

Our aim is to showcase some of the latest developments in this dynamic and evolving field, by providing a platform for the presentation of current research by postgraduates. The conference will also encourage the discussion of this research and the construction of crucial networks with fellow researchers.

Watch this space for upcoming CRSF news.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

CALL FOR PAPERS: CRSF 2013

I'm proud to be able to announce that the Call for Papers for CRSF 2013 has now been released.

Now in its third year, CRSF attracts delegates from all over the world to come to Liverpool and discuss all things speculative fiction. If you would like to present a paper at this year's conference then please submit a 300 word abstract and a 100 word biography of yourself to crsf.team@gmail.com by March 11th. As usual there is no theme for the conference and we will accept any paper of sufficient standard on any topic relating to speculative fictions (science fiction, fantasy, horror etc...).

This year's keynote speakers are two time Arthur C. Clarke Award winning writer Pat Cadigan and Dr. Peter Wright of Edge Hill University whose many credits include co-authoring Teaching Science Fiction.

If you have any questions then please get in touch, there will also be an FAQ added to this website in the coming days.

See you in June!

Glyn Morgan
CRSF Chair


4 comments:

  1. Any chance of doing a TED-like capture of this conference? Cannot physically make it to the conference this year but top on my list are presentations on: Steampunk, YA Fiction and Urban Fantasy.

    Budding writer

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  2. Hi Anonymous, unfortunately we don't have the facilities to capture the conference TED-style at this time, although it's something we have looked into.

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