This Sunday (9/11/16), I’ll be joining S.G. Browne and Dana Fredsti at Borderlands Cafe in San Francisco to figure out just why writers write. The panel discussion will roam from the philosophical to the practical: why, how, and where to find support. Writers at every level are invited to come and get their questions answered — or vent, as their temperaments desire.
The Borderlands Cafe is located at 870 Valencia Street in San Francisco’s Mission District.
The panel starts at noon.
S.G. Browne is the author of the novels LESS THAN HERO, BIG EGOS, LUCKY BASTARD, FATED, and BREATHERS, as well as the eBook short story collection SHOOTING MONKEYS IN A BARREL and the heartwarming holiday novella I SAW ZOMBIES EATING SANTA CLAUS.
Dana Fredsti is the author of PLAGUE TOWN, PLAGUE NATION, and PLAGUE WORLD as well as MURDER FOR HIRE: THE PERUVIAN PIGEON.
Loren Rhoads is the author of THE DANGEROUS TYPE, KILL BY NUMBERS, and NO MORE HEROES, and co-author of LOST ANGELS.