When Dr. Jack Williamson retired from his position as Professor of
English at Eastern New Mexico University in 1977, the university
launched a lectureship series in his honor. Thirty-five years
later, the Jack Williamson Lectureship continues to draw speakers,
writers, editors, and fans to honor one of our favorite authors.
This book collects transcripts of speeches and presentations from a
variety of Lectureship guests from the past 35 years. From
academics and scientists to grandmasters and modern writers, a
thick slice of Jack Williamson's influence is to be found here.
Also included is coverage of several Lectureships in Locus Magazine
by Charles N. Brown and a chronology by Williamson's bibliographer
Richard A. Hauptmann. Closing the book is a gallery of promotional
artwork and a 1000-word story by Jack Williamson from 2004, "Dream
of Earth." Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the
Williamson Lectureship Fund
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