Due to the current situation with regards to Covid-19, the CRSF team have taken the difficult decision to postpone our tenth anniversary conference, which was scheduled to take place on 25th-26th June this year. If you have already made travel/accommodation arrangements, then we would advise you to cancel these at this time.

We want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your interest in CRSF 2020, we have been overwhelmed by the incredible amount and quality of abstracts we have received. We’re devastated the event can’t go ahead this June, but this is a POSTPONEMENT not a cancellation.

If you have submitted an abstract to the team we will be in touch via email with further details.

Stay safe, and stay tuned!

First held in 2011, CRSF is an annual conference hosted by the University of Liverpool designed to promote the research of speculative fictions, media and technologies (including but not limited to science fiction, fantasy and horror).

To celebrate our ten-year anniversary, this year’s conference will span across two days and aims to shine the spotlight on the research of postgraduates and early career researchers working at the interdisciplinary boundaries of speculative fictions, theories and cultures.