Albert Wendland teaches at Seton Hill University in its Writing Popular Fiction program. His science-fiction novel, The Man Who Loved Alien Landscapes, was a starred pick-of-the-week by Publisher’s Weekly. He has published a book-length study of science fiction and several articles on SF and writing. He’s also interested in landscape photography, astronomy, film, Romanticism, and the “sublime.”
The sublime (what is overwhelming, indescribable, unknowable, and frightening) is especially strong in science fiction and visual art. For the Author Series, Albert will share examples from both.