With issue #21 the German science fiction magazine Nova, that I founded in collaboration with Ronald M. Hahn and Helmuth W. Mommers in 2002 and now edit with Olaf G. Hilscher, has advanced into the longest living sf magazine ever published in Germany, even surpassing the now defunct Alien Contact in Berlin. In June we will celebrate the 10 year anniversary of our magazine with a number of events in Wuppertal. It will including two reading sessions, one on Friday, June 14th with Thorsten Küper and Sven Klöpping reading stories from Nova’s international sister magazine InterNova, another one on Saturday, June 15th, with authors from the very first and the most recent Nova issue: Arno Behrend, Michael Marrak, Uwe Post and Horst Pukallus. The series of events will be crowned with an anniversary party in the Culture Club Barmen, the home of longtime Nova co-editor Ronald M. Hahn’s oldie band Wupperkrampen.
For the exact time and location please refer to Christian Günther’s event flyer (which, as always, may be used for promoting the readings, please with a note to Christian or me). Thanks to the owners of Café Stil-Bruch and the Culture Club Barmen for providing the locations.