The Centre for Youth Literature welcomes Cory Doctorow

corydoctorowWe here at the Centre for Youth Literature are very excited to announce that Cory Doctorow will be visiting Melbourne’s fair shores next month.  An internationally renowned science fiction author, journalist, activist and co-editor of Boing Boing, Cory will be appearing exclusively at the State Library of Victoria.

We are very happy to introduce the Future Fictions with Cory Doctorow event series!

The Science of Fiction

Friday 22 November 2013, 6.30–8pm

If science fiction writers try to imagine the future, what do they see for the publishing industry and storytelling in a digital age? Hear from science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger Cory Doctorow as he discusses publishing, digital content and the future of narrative.

Venue: Experimedia, State Library of Victoria
Cost: $18 ($15 concession)
Bookings

Creative versus Commons
Saturday 23 November 2013, 6.30–8pm

As technology evolves so do the ways people share stories. Hear from author, activist and blogger Cory Doctorow and fellow industry experts as they discuss the current issues facing online communities and the future storytelling, sharing and remixing in the digital age.

Venue: Experimedia, State Library of Victoria
Cost: $18 ($15 concession)
Bookings

Digital fiction masterclass with Cory Doctorow
Sunday 24 November 2013, 2-4pm

Join our exclusive masterclass with renowned blogger and science fiction writer, Cory Doctorow. Explore the changing relationship between authors and readers, the evolution of digital content and how to make an impact in an increasingly online world.

Venue: Queen’s Hall, State Library of Victoria
Cost: $55 (including afternoon tea)
Bookings 

Future fictions with teens
Monday 25 November 2013, 10am–12pm

In this special event just for teens, international author and blogging sensation Cory Doctorow talks about the future of fiction and how to be an active participant in today’s world. Join in a workshop that will unleash your creativity and hear about others who are helping to shape our world.

Venue: Queen’s Hall, State Library of Victoria
Cost: Free
Bookings necessary

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