Many pieces of fiction detail what could happen in the future. Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story eerily anticipated more than a few technological “advancements” that would come in the years following its publication. 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke was, well, not so prescient about the year 2000. And we’re still waiting for the machine (above) that pumps all the knowledge of a book directly into our heads. While you think about how to create that, come see readings of fiction from:
SFF #3 open mic winner; The First Line, Fragments, Purple Pig lit
New Ohio Review, Five Chapters, Washington Square Review, elsewhere
LitroNY, Spartan, Eclectica, and elsewhere
Kristen Millares Young
Writer and prize-winning Journalist
Then you can enter your name for the open mic, which occurs between every reader. The winner reads at Seattle Fiction Federation No. 5.