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SF Signal Welcomes James Wallace Harris!

We’re super-excited to welcome James Wallace Harris to the SF Signal team!

I’ve known of James since the very early days of SF Signal. I first took notice when I stumbled on his excellent Classics of Science Fiction essay. Ever since, his posts have been in my newsfeeds. Over the years he’s written tons of great articles over at his blog, Auxiliary Memory. He has also participated in some of our Mind Melds and done some awesome guest posts for us. Now, we’re making it official!

Here’s a little bit about James:

James Wallace Harris is fascinated by the concept of science fiction, its history and execution. Jim searches for science fiction where writers use scientific knowledge to explore the possibilities of what reality could exhibit beyond our current observations or extrapolates on what reality could unfold in the future. He delights in stories with original speculation that offers philosophical thought experiments which entertain our sense of wonder. Jim studies old science fiction to understand how people of the past imagined the nature of their existence.

Welcome to the team, James! I believe a round of virtual bagels is in order. (Mmm…bagels…) 😉

James will be offering up some tasty genre-related essays, like his latest: Staying on the Cutting Edge of Science Fiction. Do check it out, won’t you?

But first, please join me in welcoming James to the SF Signal team!

About John DeNardo (13014 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

6 Comments on SF Signal Welcomes James Wallace Harris!

  1. Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) // February 12, 2016 at 7:56 am //

    Welcome, James!

  2. Yes!! This is super awesome news! I loved that article and love reading Auxillary Memory!

  3. Charlie Hanlon // February 12, 2016 at 9:58 am //

    Welcome, James. I’ve enjoyed your recent contributions at SFSignal.

  4. Congrats James! Loved your blog for years, glad you’re getting a signal boost.

  5. Welcome, James: I’m looking forward to reading your SF Signal features.

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