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SFF Collective (Online)

Monday June 1, 2020
18:00 - 19:00
THIS IS A FREE EVENT

Due to COVID-19, SFF Collective will now take place online via Slack every Monday at 6pm AWST.


The SFF (Science Fiction, Fantasy, Speculative Fiction) Collective is a group that meets regularly to discuss topics relating to SFF books and share book recommendations across the genre.

Topics of discussion vary from week-to-week, ranging from monsters and cyborgs, dystopias and worldbuilding, to representations of health and medicine in SFF genres.

Join the general SFF Slack channel here.

Prema Arasu

Prema Arasu is a PhD candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Western Australia. Their research is practice-led with a focus on gender in fantasy, science fiction and speculative fiction. They hold a BA (Hons) in English and Cultural Studies from UWA and a Master of Letters in Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture from the University of St. Andrews. Prema has both academic and creative publications in the areas of fantasy literature and speculative fiction, queer and feminist postmodernism, the body, performance art, and diaspora studies. They are currently involved in a number of projects aimed at making the WA arts scene more diverse and inclusive.

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