Writer’s History #3 – Dr. Benjamin Stevens Interview

Writer's History #3 – Dr. Benjamin Stevens Interview A Reader's History of Science Fiction

Dr. Benjamin Stevens is a professor of classical studies who researches the relationship between the ancient/classical tradition and science fiction and fantasy. In this wide-ranging interview, we discuss what makes sci-fi distinctive, classicism and modernity, ancient aliens, and more. Dr. Steven's profile. Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, ed. by Brett Rogers and Benjamin Stevens. Dr. Steven's book recommendations: The Just City/Thessaly Trilogy by Jo Walton Radiance by Catherynne M. Valente
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Dr. Benjamin Stevens is a professor of classical studies who researches the relationship between the ancient/classical tradition and science fiction and fantasy. In this wide-ranging interview, we discuss what makes sci-fi distinctive, classicism and modernity, ancient aliens, and more.

Dr. Steven’s profile.
Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, ed. by Brett Rogers and Benjamin Stevens.

Dr. Steven’s book recommendations:
The Just City/Thessaly Trilogy by Jo Walton
Radiance by Catherynne M. Valente

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About Alex R. Howe

I'm a full-time astrophysicist and a part-time science fiction writer.
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