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Caroline has been invited to participate in a number of media events, interviews and programmes, discussing contemporary literature in the 21st century, science fiction, and open access publishing. Here are a few of her recorded interviews and contributions:

  • BBC Radio 4 "Woman's Hour" live broadcast (discussion about feminist Martian fiction), 7 March 2017 (available to listen to on iPlayer here)
  • BBC Radio 3 "Free Thinking" live broadcast (discussion about the literary Weird), 29 November 2016 (available to listen to on iPlayer here)
  • BBC One Documentary, "Future Tense: The Story of H. G. Wells," broadcast on 16 September 2016 (available to watch on iPlayer here)
  • BBC World Service programme on "Crunch Lit" broadcast in December 2014, which explores the fictionalisation of the 2008 financial crisis in contemporary novels and drama (available to listen to on iPlayer here)
  • BBC iWonder Timeline of Science Fiction, which Caroline consulted on in conjunction with the BBC's Science Fiction season in Autumn 2014 (view the timeline here)
  • Invited Guest for “Women in Science Fiction,” BFI Voyager Science Fiction Festival, November 2014
  • Interview for The Chronicle of Higher Education about open access publishing and the Open Library of Humanities publishing project (read the full article here)

Caroline’s personal website can be found at http://www.drcarolineedwards.com. You can visit the open access journal Caroline edits, Alluvium: Journal of 21st-Century Literature, at http://www.alluvium-journal.org.

For more information about the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) publishing project which Caroline co-directs, see https://www.openlibhums.org.