If you fleshy humans haven’t already melted in this heat then, to reward your robot-like survival skills, we have a treat for you! The fantastic Cameron Johnston, author of The Traitor God will be at Glasgow Waterstones on Argyle Street to talk about fantasy and sign books!
Tag: Author Appearance
It’s much too warm for those fantasy clubs of yore, the ones with the real dragons breathing fire and the requirements to joust with your neighbour for the last copy of your new favourite novel. So we’re proposing ditching the old and taking some time out and ducking into an air-conditioned paradise this coming Tuesday, July 31, with a trip to see Micah Yongo the Super Relaxed Fantasy Club.
Micah – who will
For all you lucky humans attending CONvergence this week we have Robots taking over the con in their excitement to see and chat to you, YES YOU! Luckily we managed to restrain them from their usual deathly leanings, once we assured them you’re on our side and will be buying many books. Cos you all will be, right? RIGHT? *stares*
Over the weekend our authors will be taking part in a variety of signings,
ReaderCon is just around the corner, humans, and have we got a treat for you. One of our robots, N.S. Dolkart, author of the Godserfs Trilogy will be attending not one, not two, but THREE events for your human eyes and ears.
Here’s where you can find N.S. Dolkart at ReaderCon:
Thursday 12th July
9pm Solo Reading (30min)
Saturday 14th July
8pm Rethinking the Dangerous Victim Panel
If any of you humans are looking for a tasty treat this summer then, as always, your robot overlords are happy to deliver!
Amber Royer will be at Third Planet Sci-Fi Superstore in Houston, TX on July 14th to tell you all about her debut novel Free Chocolate! Amber will be at the store from 12 noon to sign, speak, and generally spread the word about the wonders of chocolate.
Jeter will be speaking at the Arts of Steam segment at this
If you want to see Jeannette Ng appear you could journey to Arcadia, stand in a fairy ring at the full moon, or simply go to Waterstones.
To celebrate the release of Joanne’s new book, The Testament
To celebrate the 25 years since his Arthur C Clarke Award winning debut novel Vurt was published Jeff Noon is going back to where it all began!
Jeff Noon will be returning to Manchester on Tuesday 29th May where he will appear, or possibly manifest, for an event at HOME to discuss the origins of Vurt, the publishing industry, experimental fiction, and his own secrets on how to create fiction.
There will also
Amber Royer, author of upcoming Free Chocolate, will be appearing at two events in Texas this weekend. If you want to indulge then check out the information below and get ready to talk chocolate, eat chocolate, and possibly live as chocolate too.
Fresh Fiction Afternoon Tea – Saturday 10th March
Alex Wells, author of Hunger Makes the Wolf and recently released sequel Blood Binds the Pack will be making an appearance at Old Firehouse Books in Colorado on March 10. Come along and hear Alex talk about being a badass writer with a penchant for applying SCIENCE to SFF, get your books signed and have a mingle!
If you want a taste of what Alex’s books are like, or how they navigate the field
Keith Yatsuhashi, author of wonderfully fun urban fantasy with an anime twist Kojiki and sequel Kokoro, will be appearing at Arisia – New England’s largest and most diverse sci-fi & fantasy convention.
Arisia is taking place this weekend (Jan 12 – 15) in Boston and will be full to the brim with anime, SF&F, costuming, weapons (just for show… we think) and music tracks. There’s something for everyone!
Keith is well
We have a new android author that The Central Computer has authorized for a field test at FenCon 2017, September 22nd-224th
Amber Royer, whose debut Space Opera, Free Chocolate, is coming out next year will be speaking on several panels, though not all at once.
Catch up with Amber at the Irving Lecture Hall on Friday at 12PM for But it’s Funny!, again at 2PM for The Villain is the Hero and
There’s a Ferrett in the wild!
Come along, hear wonderful words spoken, eat doughnuts and admire Ferrett’s no doubt The Uploaded themed nails. You’d be very silly indeed to miss out!
More good news fellow robots!
This time, he’ll be taking part in an event on June 30 from 6-7pm at Phoenix Square, Leicester as part of the Leicester Writes Festival. Here are the details:
Launch of the IOP Poetry and Flash-fiction competitions