UF Event: John Clute, “Telling Science Fiction in the 21st Century,” March 26, 7pm

John Clute, “Telling Science Fiction in the 21st Century”
March 26, 2013, 7pm

On the evening of March 26, science fiction scholar and encyclopedist John Clute will speak at UF will on the future of sf in a multilingual world.
Clute is the author of more than 500 (!) articles, reviews, and book chapters on sf, and author or editor of more than twenty critical collections, reference works, and anthologies in the field, including the landmark Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Encyclopedia of Science Fiction — now in its third, online edition.
The lecture will be held in Smathers Library 1A (Library East), beginning at 7PM, and is free and open to the public.
Clute’s visit to UF has been made possible with the generous co-sponsorship of the UF Departments of English and History, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, and the George A. Smathers Libraries.
For a complete bibliography of Clute’s contributions to the field, see:
For more information on the lecture, contact Terry Harpold <tharpold@ufl.edu>.