A Celebration of Heinlein: A Tor.com Blog Symposium
Posted on August 11, 2010 Posted by Kate Baker 3 Comments
In anticipation of the new Tor Books release, Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century: Volume 1, 1907-1948: Learning Curve, the good people over at Tor.com have put together a fantastic, online blog symposium. Longtime fans, readers and writers, these esteemed contributors celebrate one of the most-loved masters of the genre.
Along with John, the panelists consist of:
- Mitch Wagner
- Jo Walton
- Pam Dean
- Charles Stross
- Sarah Hoyt
Patrick Nielsen Hayden kicks it off with an explanation and John wanted me to direct you his own piece entitled, “Strangely Human”.
Participation is highly encouraged in the comment section, so please head on over and share your thoughts.
Is there a page where the assorted symposium contributions are indexed? I can’t get much farther than the direct links provided, except by the random chance of the ‘Most recent comments’ section.
OMG. Thank you for posting about the biography! I just preordered it RIGHT NOW. I have loved Heinlein books since I was in Jr High School. Probably not the best books for me to have been reading then…. But I did, and they had a huge impact. I think it would be so much more enlightening to me to know more about RAH to put his writing into perspective.
Thanks a bunch!
Louise: They have added article links to PNH’s starter article now.