Free Event & Lunchtime Lit

Lunchtime Lit: Bla(c)k Speculative Futures

From reinventing the past to imagining the future, the speculative genre presents remarkable scope for exploration and interrogation of issues as vast as the social contract to race relations, climate change and more. In this conversation, we discuss the unique creative and political possibilities of speculative fiction from the perspective of Bla(c)k writers and audiences.

With Claire G. Coleman, Rafeif Ismail and Aline-Mwezi Niyonsenga

Monday 24 June, 12.30pm

Free (bookings essential)

Readings State Library
285-321 Russell St, Melbourne VIC 3000