One of the wonderful things about my readership is how diverse it is. So it was lovely to attend a convention that is new to me, and meet a different group of older science fiction fans at the UK’s longest running sci-fi convention, Novacon, held in the picturesque spa town of Buxton.
To cater for the audience, I delivered a mixture of my two talks on SF. Usually I am told my talks tend towards being a little dense and heavy, but these nerds seemed to welcome that aspect. I appreciated how carefully they listened, as well as the thoughtfully presented questions that followed the talk. I was also happy to have made some new friends.
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