The Harvard-Radcliffe Science Fiction Association (HRSFA) is the undergraduate speculative fiction association at Harvard University. Our purpose is the enjoyment of science fiction, fantasy, gaming, and any related media. Our association is structured as a solar system; one sun, the main organization, with many Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that focus on specific activities making up the body and planets of our group. Our SIGs operate autonomously, and we provide coordination and resources!
We are a social club. There is nowhere else at Harvard that you'll find so many people who share your interests in speculative fiction, be it fantasy, science fiction, or otherwise, and gaming. We talk about these things. We play board games together. We sponsor guest speakers; in the past, we've had Joe Haldeman, Terry Pratchett, and Catherine Asaro. We have a library with more than 3000 books, and more board games than we have yet been able to count. Whatever nerdy experience you want, HRSFA can provide.
HRSFA is all about facilitating small (or large) groups of people meeting up to discuss and explore their interests. Many of our events fall under the label of SIGs, which cater to specific interests, from Anime to Board Games to Dungeons and Dragons. Check out what we have to offer!
Read Fusion, our literary magazine focused on speculative fiction and the associated culture. Issues are released bi-annually, with our latest dated May of 2019, and our next issue coming this summer.