It is time for the next Philip K. Dick Festival!
Following the great success of the 2017 festival, Lord Running Clam and Morgan County Tourism are teaming up again to bring us a new edition of the PKD Festival in Fort Morgan, Colorado. The focus of this year’s edition is to bring together fans from all over the world.
The event will take place the second weekend of August 2019 (9 to 11/08/2019).
Mark your calendar!
The next Philip K. Dick Festival will take place in Fort Morgan, CO, the resting place of Philip K. Dick and his twin sister.
Come and join us to celebrate the life and work of science fiction master Philip K. Dick on the 35th anniversary of his passing,
March 3rd and 4th, 2017 in
FORT MORGAN, COLORADO
- Produced by the City of Ft. Morgan and Morgan County, Colorado
- Hosted by Lord Running Clam
For more information visit our Philip K. Dick Festival Page at Wide-Books.com.
Wide Books is pleased to announce the release of Lord Running Clam’s new book: GANYMEDEAN SLIME MOLD ON TOUR and other things.
Inspired by Philip K. Dick and challenged by Hunter S. Thompson, Lord Running Clam here presents his stories and essays written over the last thirty years, including the best from the zines ‘No Bullsheet’ and ‘For Dickheads Only’ — and everything he wrote on Philip K. Dick for PKD Otaku.
Lord Running Clam’s honest and candid narrative style is guaranteed to keep you entertained!
The books is available from Amazon but we offer it at a $10 discount on wide-books.com.
The 2016 Philip K Dick Conference will take place in Fullerton, CA on April 29-30.
For information about registration and accommodation visit this page.
The program has not been communicated yet, but we know that there will be a keynote talk by Dr. Ursula Heise and a plenary talk by Jonathan Lethem. James Blaylock, sf authors and alums of CSUF will be there and many more guests to come!
In 1972, Philip K. Dick moved to Fullerton, California, in Orange County, at the behest of Dr. Willis McNelly, Professor of English at California State University, Fullerton. Dick lived in the OC for ten years until his death in 1982, and left his manuscripts and papers to CSUF’s Special Collections in the library
2016 Philip K Dick Conference Poster
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