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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 2:44 pm 
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Sorry about that title but it seems appropriate for this kind of event.
Do we have readers in Leicester, Loughborough, etc? I'm interested to know; have you heard of this? We're keen to take IZ and BS to the shires so it looks a good opportunity.

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INDEPENDENT PRESS DAY
Clephan Building, De Montfort University, Oxford Road, Leicester
10.30am – 4.30pm, Saturday 20th March.
Stalls from dozens of independent publishers.
Workshops, readings and book launches.
Independent presses from across the region (and some from around the country) will be on site, together with many regional writers whose work is published by large and small independent publishers. Join us for an hour or two or the whole day.


Open to all and free of charge. Even the stalls are free.


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For our New York, NY members..

Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate

* Monday, March 15 Buy Tickets
* 7:30 pm
* LeFrak Theater, first floor (Hayden Planetarium I 'd guess)
* $15 ($13.50 Members, students, seniors)
Enter at 77th Street
* Code: HL031510

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The Moon, Mars and Beyond: Where Next for the Manned Space Program?

Should NASA return to the Moon, where man has already walked, or proceed directly to Mars? This topic has sparked heated debate in recent years as NASA considers new missions for its manned space program. Join Director of the Hayden Planetarium Neil deGrasse Tyson and a panel of space exploration experts for the 10th annual Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate as they discuss the future of manned space travel and the thorny issues, including political will, national security, and international competition, that are central to the subject.


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This from the BSFA Forum.

Saturday 19th June 2010 – BSFA/SFF Joint AGM, Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, 10:00-16:00. Guests: Malcolm Edwards (BSFA) and Robert Shearman (SFF).


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