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Author Appearances

Launching Lost Gods

Lost Gods by Micah Yongo

Oi! Listen up, dwellers of Manchester (or the Greater Manchester area). This Friday Micah Yongo will be launching his debut novel, Lost Gods, in your fair city!

The epic fantasy novel, which has been called “a strong work from a very promising new author” by Publishers Weekly, and “striking and thoroughly enjoyable” by Adrian Tchaikovsky, was published on July 5 so we wanted to celebrate its

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Trent Jamieson Night’s Engines Launch Party, Avid Reader, Queensland, July 19th

Night's Engines by Trent JamiesonTrent Jamieson is launching the Australian release of Night’s Engines – the second and concluding part of his rather fabulous Nightbound Land duology – with a ‘Come As Trent Jamiseon Dress-Up Party’ at Avid Reader in Queensland, Australia, tomorrow, July 19th (which, yes, is a little on the short-notice side, but in my defence I was on annual leave all last week and I’ve

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Chuck Wendig’s Blackbirds Launch Party, Mysterious Galaxy, Los Angeles, April 24th

Blackbirds, by Chuck WendigYour attention please, citizens of Los Angeles, America and the World! The utterly legendary Chuck Wendig will be making a meat-space appearance to mark the publication of his first Angry Robot novel, Blackbirds, with a launch party in just under a couple of weeks’ time:

Where: Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore, 2810 Artesia Blvd, Redondo Beach, California 90278

When: Tuesday, April 24th, 7.30 pm until 8.30 pm

Pertinent Details: Be There. Tickets

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Jo Anderton Launch Party, UNSW Bookshop, Wednesday 30th Nov

Debris, by Jo AndertonCalling all Australian fantasy fans, especially those close enough to attend an event at the University of New South Wales Bookshop: Jo Anderton is having a launch party for her debut Angry Robot novel, Debris, at 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday November 30th.

Jo has posted details on her blog – cake, champagne and speculative fun! – and it sounds very much as though all are welcome, the more the merrier.

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