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There are three ways to register: you can join the British Science Fiction Association, join the SF Foundation, or register for individual sessions on Eventbrite. These are all free, but places are limited:

50 Years of the Science Fiction Foundation

Science Fiction and the Law: SF on Trial!

Tade Thompson in Conversation

Shhh ... Just Write!

Lasers & Feelings

John Clute in Conversation

Alison Scott: My Year in Virtual Fandom

Glasgow in 2024 presents Roll for Armadillo: Diverse Possibilities within TRPGs

If you are already a member of the British Science Fiction Association there is no need to register. Just save the date! You will be getting an email including links to all events about one week or so before the events.

Or if you are already a member of the Science Fiction Foundation, please contact to RSVP, and you will be sent the links to the events. (Alternatively, you can sign up for individual sessions via Eventbrite).



Individual sessions will also be available on Eventbrite. Tickets will be free but limited. We recommend following @BSFA and @Foundation_SF on Twitter so you don't miss out!



Whether you're a fan, a student, an independent scholar, an academic researcher or a university institution with a commitment to SF Studies, we think you should be part of the Science Fiction Foundation. The more members we have, and the greater our network grows, the more we can do to further our aims and to expand the SFcommunity. So, do take out one of the packages on the memberships page -- it's easy to do -- and reasonably priced! In return, you will receive a year's subscription to the journal Foundation and voting rights at our Annual General Meeting (which this year is being held as part of ConSpire).





The BSFA is the UK's longest-running science fiction organisation, for authors, scholars, fans, creators, and anyone with a love of science fiction and fantasy. Members receive our critical journal Vector, our writer's magazine Focus, and also support our free digital publications Fission and The BSFA Review. Writers of all levels can also join in on online crit cricles (Orbiters), and all members can shape the future of the BSFA by participating in our Annual General Meeting (this year, part of ConSpire).


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