Now at a NEW time!
Celebrate science-fiction like it's 1899! Join us as we discuss Victorian sci-fi over tea and put it in historical context. Give your opinion on some classic books that influenced all modern sci-fi. Please see our reading list for 2019 below. All books selections are available online for free from Gutenberg.org or librivox. This event is free.
Must call ahead to reserve your spot! Call 915-533-5147, ext. 1005.
September 11– The Sleeper Awakes, by H.G. Wells, 1899
October 9– A Crystal Age, by William H. Hudson, 1887
November 13– Unveiling a Parallel: A Romance, by Alice Ilgerfritz and Ella Merchant, 1893
December 11– Looking Backward, 2000 to 1887, by Edward Bellamy, 1888
January 8– A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, by Mark Twain, 1889
February 12– Robur the Conquerer, by Jules Verne, 1886
March 11– The Land of the Changing Sun, by William Harben, 1894
April 8– A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder, by James de Mille, 1888
May 13– Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery, by Captain Adam Seaborn, 1820
June 10– The Wonderful Visit, by H.G. Wells, 1895
July 8– News from Nowhere, by William Morris, 1890
August 12– The Begum's Fortuna, by Jules Verne, 1879