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Friday, October 18 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Geology of the Solar System, Unpacked

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Our corner of the universe is more than just a bunch of planets politely orbiting a star. There is a lot of potential material for a science fiction story here, and a lot of misconceptions. Join scientific experts and authors for a discussion of what they love about our solar system.


Dylan Blacquiere

Dylan Blacquiere is a stroke neurologist at the University of Ottawa, with research interests in medical education, stroke systems of care, and rural/urban disparities in stroke care. He has written several short stories and worked with medical humanities interest groups at Dalhousie... Read More →

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Shirley Meier

Shirley Meier has been writing professionally since the 1980s and lives in Toronto. She is launching her latest book, ‘Blood Marble’, a Fifth Millenium fantasy, later this year and is working on a YA novel to come out early next year. As well as being an award-winning author... Read More →

Michael Reid

Michael Reid is an astronomer and writer working at the University of Toronto and at the limits of his imagination. His fiction has appeared in Interzone, Escape Pod, Cast of Wonders, StarShipSofa, AE, and the Canadian anthology Nevertheless (Tesseracts Twenty-One).

Friday October 18, 2019 5:00pm - 5:50pm EDT
Salon C - 20 seats 150 Albert St, Ottawa, ON K1P 5G2, Canada