For the uninitiated, like me, it’s nice to know that The New York Review of Science Fiction hosts regular readings at New York’s South Street Seaport Museum. Tonight, Samuel R. Delany kicks off the new season by commemorating the 40th anniversary of “The Star-Pit”, his Hugo-winning space opera turned radio broadcast about galaxy hoppers.
This sounds so cool. My rare visits to South Street in my youth were usually initiated by promises of large crowds and liquor At least I think so. Did I mention the liquor?
Notes on ‘The Star-Pit’ by Samuel R. Delany.
Upcoming New York Review of Science Fiction readings.
[via New York magazine]