Phoenix ComiCon Panel – Hieroglyph

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How can we think more creatively and ambitiously about the future? It all begins with a good story. Hieroglyph teams up scientists and science fiction authors to reject gloomy dystopias and create inspiring, techno-optimistic visions of the future.

Learn more about Hieroglyph on Slate and at hieroglyph.asu.edu


Ed Finn
Director, Center for Science and the Imagination; Assistant Professor, Arts, Media and Engineering / English, Arizona State University; Co-editor, Hieroglyph

Kathryn Cramer
Author, anthologist, critic and photographer; Co-editor, Hieroglyph

Michael A. Stackpole
Science fiction and fantasy author; Video game designer

Keith Hjelmstad
Professor of Structural Engineering

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