Noted science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson will be the capstone for the Convergences themed-year program. Convergences has focused on The Technological Sublime 2.0 and has been facilitated by Christopher Cokinos. Robinson will read on Friday, April 5, at the Poetry Center. Time is likely going to be 7 p.m. but stay tuned for more details. The author of such notable works as the Mars trilogy, The Years of Rice and Salt, The Wild Shore: Three Californias and, most recently, 2312, Robinson is an internationally known writer who brings an incisive mind and literary style to his science fiction. Kim Stanley Robinson is a winner of the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards and holds a Phd in English from the University of California, San Diego, where he studied with Frederic Jameson and wrote about the novels of Philip K. Dick.