F Hall, Tai Kwun
10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Fee: HK$100 (General Admission) / HK$50 (Student Admission)
The Hong Kong International Literary Festival (HKILF), founded in 2001, is an annual event held over ten days in autumn, featuring established and emerging writers from around the world in a programme that includes discussions, literary lunches and dinners, workshops, lectures, debates, book signings, and readings.
This year, the Festival will take place from November 2 to 11 and Ada Palmer, Associate Professor of the Department of History at UChicago will speak on Nov 6 about her sci-fi/fantasy series Terra Ignota, which is set in the year 2454 in a society where religion is outlawed, gender distinctions are taboo and surveillance is universal.
Ada Palmer is Associate Professor of Early Modern European History. She is an historian, an author of science fiction and fantasy, and a composer. Please click here to learn more about Ada.
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