The Brighton Readings: Part Three . . . Ghettos, Universities, Feesters, & Wonder

November 16th, 2013
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The Scop at U of BrightonI was standing on the side of a multi-tiered lecture hall at the University of Brighton when Gina Wisker, one of my hosts for the evening, snapped the picture on the left. I didn’t see her take it. I was preoccupied with the stories I was going to present that night, queuing them in memory, getting ready.

I’d caught a red-eye into Heathrow the night before, spent the day getting to the Brighton Metropole (site of the World Fantasy Convention), and then took a cab crosstown in rush hour to the University’s Falmer campus. I should have been tired, but I felt focused, ready to go.

My presentation that night centered on the same readings that I would give later that week at WFC, but it also . . .

[Read more at The 21st-Century Scop.]

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