Ada Palmer seminar begins

by Henry on March 7, 2017

Ada Palmer’s new book – Seven Surrenders – is out today. So too is our seminar on Seven Surrenders and its prequel, Too Like the Lightning. The participants:

  • Henry Farrell blogs at Crooked Timber.
  • Maria Farrell blogs at Crooked Timber.
  • Max Gladstone is the author of the Craft Sequence books (see here for his interview on how James Scott’s Seeing Like a State can be a great starting point for a f/sf series).
  • John Holbo blogs at Crooked Timber.
  • Lee Konstantinou is an assistant professor of English Literature at the University of Maryland, College Park.
  • Belle Waring blogs at Crooked Timber.
  • Ada Palmer is an Assistant Professor of Early Modern European History at the University of Chicago.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

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Dave Maier 03.07.17 at 8:21 pm

Yay! Looking forward to it, and to Seven Surrenders too. I do wish you wouldn’t use the term “prequel” that way though. The way I prefer to use it, which I think was the original intent, is to say (for example) that TLtL would have been a prequel if the books had come out in the other order, with SS first.

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steven t johnson 03.09.17 at 9:23 pm

Amazon says my pre-ordered copy (placed months ago) will be released in November.

3

Neville Morley 03.09.17 at 11:43 pm

I had to order US import. Are they finally releasing UK version, if only of first book?

4

Jo Walton 03.10.17 at 2:59 am

Neville — there is as yet no UK version.

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Neville Morley 03.10.17 at 9:59 am

Ridiculous and unacceptable…

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Standback 03.12.17 at 7:32 am

Oh, I’m so excited you’re doing a run on this! Terra Ignota is a series that absolutely begs to be discuss, pored over, argued over vehemently :)

I’m just finishing up Seven Surrenders; once I do, I’ll be inhaling these essays as well…

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