Lectures & Learning

"Have Spacesuit, Will Travel: Robert Heinlein and the Intersection of Space and the Arts"

When: Wed., Oct. 14, 7 p.m. 2009

Heinlein Society president David Silver first discovered legendary sci-fi author Robert Heinlein in 1954, at the age of 11. After reading Rocket Ship Galileo, he became a lifelong enthusiast of the man whose works turned into movies like The Brain Eaters (1958) and Starship Troopers (1997). As part of his duty to preserve Heinlein's legacy (which includes charitable tenets like donating blood), he'll present "Have Spacesuit, Will Travel: Robert Heinlein and the Intersection of Space and the Arts" at 7 tonight in CC's Gaylord Hall (902 N. Cascade Ave., coloradocollege.edu). The free talk comes in conjunction with the Pikes Peak Library District's All Pikes Peak Reads 2009 campaign. — Matthew Schniper

Price: Free

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