AussieCon 4 – 68th World Science Fiction Convention

AussieCon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, was held in Melbourne Sep 2-6 2010. The convention covered science fiction, fantasy and horror.

Sessions

On ‘Destroying the Future to Save the Planet’

On ‘Nuts and Bolts: Editing YA Spec Fic’

On ‘Keeping Pace: Maintaining momentum in fiction’

On ‘Write What You Know’

On ‘In Conversation: Kim Stanley Robinson and Robert Silverberg’

On ‘Girl Meets Boy Meets Dragon: Romance in fantasy’

On ‘Steal the Past Build the Future New Histories for Fantasy Fiction’

On ‘Thinking in Trilogies’

On ‘The Novella’

On ‘Kim Stanley Robinson – Guest of Honour Speech’

On ‘Joseph Campbell and the Hero’s Journey’

On ‘Losing the Plot: Plotting in advance VS writing as you go’

On ‘Crowns and Swords: The intertwined worlds of fantasy and monarchy’

On ‘Hand-waving, Rule Bending and Other Dirty Tricks of Hard SF’

On ‘The Race to the Red Planet’

On ‘Anachronistic Attitudes: Writing thought and belief in historical fiction’

Interviews

Mary Victoria

Fiona McIntosh

Ben Chandler

David D Levine

Kim Stanley Robinson

Kate Forsyth

Zoe Walton

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The Australian Literature Review
www.auslit.net

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