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Silvia Moreno-Garcia on H.P Lovecraft

Silvia Moreno-Garcia will be talking about “Undisclosed Desires: Parallels in the Fiction of V.C. Andrews and H. P. Lovecraft” at the Toronto SpecFic Colloquium.

The talk will be presented at the 2014 Toronto SpecFic Colloquium on March 1st at the ROUND. Click here to buy your ticket today.

Liana K on Digital Romanticism

The topic for Liana K’s talk at the Toronto SpecFic Colloquium will be “Digital Romanticism: Speculative History as Modern Social Commentary in Video Games.”

The talk will be presented at the 2014 Toronto SpecFic Colloquium on March 1st at the ROUND. Click here to buy your ticket today.

Golden Cover

Featuring 2014 Guest of Honour Christopher Golden

An award winning and bestselling author, editor, comic book scribe, and writer of video game scripts and screenplays, the prolific Christopher Golden will be headlining the 2014 Toronto SpecFic Colloquium.

Aurora Award

Winner of the 2011 Aurora Award

We are pleased to announce that Helen Marshall and Sandra Kasturi won  the 2011 Aurora Award for their work on the Toronto SpecFic Colloquium. We have been nominated once again for a 2012 Aurora Award — you can vote for us here!

Tony Burgess

Praise for the Colloquium

“What a terrific event for both the connoisseur of specfic and those seeking initiation. …The Toronto Specfic Colloquium is the arrival party for genre fiction in a country with a deep talent pool.”

-Tony Burgess, author of Pontypool Changes Everything

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Madeline Ashby

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Our Mandate 

The Toronto SpecFic Colloquium is hosted by the Chiaroscuro Reading Series and sponsored by Toronto-based press, ChiZine Publications.

Emerging from early magic realism, mythology and fable, from the work of science fiction authors who cut their teeth during the 1950’s golden age of pulp science fiction, and from the disturbing literary forays of horror writers inspired by Shelley, Poe, and Stoker, Canadian speculative fiction has begun to move in strange and provocative new directions, becoming something altogether different from its American counterpart and wholly itself.

We believe that Canadian authors may well prove to be the kind of rejuvenating force necessary to revitalize the “pulp” genres of fantasy, science fiction and horror writing.  As Canadian publications including Neo-OpsisOnSpecIdeomancerChallenging Destiny, the long-running Tesseracts collections, and our own ChiZine Publications become increasingly prominent markets for speculative fiction, we want to establish a dialogue between senior and junior authors, between authors and editors, and between authors and readers in order to encourage the growth of this important literary domain.