Sunday, October 18, 2009

Online short story club discussing Ken MacLeod’s 2009 work “A Tulip for Lucretius”

I’m a bit late in posting this, but today, Sunday, October 18, 2009, Niall Harrison of Torque Control (a blog maintained by the editorial staff of Vector, the critical journal of the British Science Fiction Association) will be leading a discussion of award-winning Scottish science fiction author Ken MacLeod’s 2009 short story “A Tulip for Lucretius.” Published in the online Spring 2009 issue of Subterranean Press Magazine, MacLeod's story is set in a colony on Mars and revolves around an uprising of synthetic humans, who are treated as slaves.

If you have read “A Tulip for Lucretius”, feel free to participate in or follow the discussion over at Torque Control. If you haven't read the story, today's a great day to read it!

[via Big Dumb Object]

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