Tag: Seattle

Author Appearances

Book Tour: Dr Potter’s Medicine Show

Roll up, roll up, for the greatest show in town!

That’s right, lads lasses, ladies, gentlemen and those who spurn such coarse terminology, the purveyor of wonder Eric Scott Fischl will forthwith be hawking his majestic wares across the plains of the US of A. Prepare to be AMAZED, ASTOUNDED and ASTONISHED by Dr Potter’s Medicine Show and the contents within, as Fischl treats you fine people to just a taste – stop

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Ramez Naam’s Apex wins the Philip K Dick Award!

Apex by Ramez Naam (May 2015)RAMEZ NAAM WON THE PHILIP K DICK AWARD FOR APEX!!

Our apologies for the shouty typing but given the above information, we’re sure you’ll forgive us.

Announced at Norwescon, which is being held in Seattle over the weekend, the Philip K Dick award is one of the most prestigious in science fiction. The award is presented to distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during any given year in

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Windswept: Promo tour and swag

Windswept by Adam RakunasDo you like labor politics, rum and good comedy? How about swag? And signings? Well, Adam Rakunas, author of Windswept is offering all of those things and more, with his new giveaways and book tour.

Firstly, the swag. To be in with a chance to win tattoos, t-shirts, bookmarks and stainless steel flasks just choose one or more of the easy ways to enter Adam’s competition, as outlined below.

TURN THE OTHER CHEEK: Add

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Wesley Chu and Ramez Naam at Elliott Bay Book Company

The Author, Wesley ChuOn 15 July at 8pm (PDT), Wesley Chu and Ramez Naam will be visiting Elliott Bay Book Company, for a joint Angry Robot invasion event.

Wesley will be reading from his latest book, Time Salvager, while Ramez will be treating guests to a reading from the final instalment in his Nexus trilogy, Apex. They will also both be happy to answer questions and sign things, too.

Time Salvager: In a future when Earth is a toxic, abandoned world and humanity has spread into the outer solar system to survive, the

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Daleks and Dothraki – Rod Duncan reports on the Philip K. Dick Awards

Our Rod Duncan took a trip from his hometown in Leicester, UK, over the pond to Seattle for the Philip K. Dick Awards, which are held at the city’s famous Norwescon. Here’s his take on the experience:

Daleks and Dothraki – home from home in Seattle

The guy sitting opposite is chain reading manga, the couple in the seats behind are debating the evolution of Pokemon and someone has just asked for help stowing a four foot long wooden sword in the overhead rack of the train carriage.  I’m thinking – Wow! All these people must be

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