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Category Archives: author reading
This Sunday, February 18, I’ll be joining the Love to Death UnValentine’s Day reading at Old Devil Moon in San Francisco. I’ll be reading the bloody bits of “Valentine” from my brand-new collection of previously published Alondra stories, Alondra’s Experiments. … Continue reading →
Never Enough doesn’t really describe this year’s live events, because I’m pleased with how many times I got to speak or read in public. I’m not sure I could have managed anything more. Readings: FogCon Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading … Continue reading →
Tonight is my final event for 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die. James J. Siegel, the host with the most, describes it like this: Halloween is almost here! And so is Literary Speakeasy’s Martini Bar of Horrors! We have five … Continue reading →
Just a reminder that I’ll be at Stories Books & Cafe at 1716 W. Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles tonight at 8 pm. I’ll read a little bit of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and then we’ll talk … Continue reading →
Another weekend, another convention! This weekend, I’m off to BayCon, the San Francisco Bay Area’s oldest fan-run science fiction convention. This is my first time on their programming, but I have a rich, full schedule: Reading Friday, May 26 at 2:30 … Continue reading →