Tuesday, September 02, 2008

SF in SF: Mamatas and Levine on 9/20

Coming up...

Presented by Tachyon Publications
A FREE monthly SF/F author reading series
SF IN SF - Science Fiction. San Francisco. A Perfect Fit.


Saturday September 20
Lounge/cash bar opens at 6:00PM
7:00 PM readings
The Variety Preview Room
The Hobart Building, 582 Market St. @ Montgomery, SF
Entrance is between Citibank & Quiznos

Nick Mamatas is currently the editor for Viz Media, LLC, headquartered in San Francisco, an anime, manga and Japanese entertainment company. Heck, we all have a day job...but in his spare time he's written extensively for Razor Magazine, The Village Voice, various Disinformation Books and BenBella Books' Smart Pop Books anthologies. His short novel Northern Gothic (Soft Skull, 2001) was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction in 2002. His first full-length novel, Move Under Ground in 2006, was nominated for both the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel and the International Horror Guild Award for Best First Novel in 2005, and, in 2007 he decided to distribute it online for free under a Creative Commons license. Other titles include 3000 MPH In Every Direction At Once: Stories And Essays, Under My Roof, and the forthcoming anthologies Spicy Slipstream Stories (with Jay Lake) and Haunted Legends (with Ellen Datlow). And do visit his blog.

David Levine - a science fiction and fantasy writer who's sold over thirty short stories so far. David won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story in 2006, for 'Tk'tk'tk' (Asimov's Mar 2005), the Writers of the Future Contest, the James White Award, and the Phobos Fiction Contest, and he has been nominated or shortlisted for the Nebula Award, the Theodore Sturgeon Award, the Aeon Award, an earlier Hugo Award, and the John W. Campbell Award (twice). His first book Space Magic, a collection of his short stories, is available now from Wheatland Press. Together with his wife, Kate Yule, he produces the fabulous little fanzine, Bento - you can read back issues online.

Each author will read a selection from their work, followed by Q&A from the audience moderated by author Terry Bisson
Authors will schmooze & sign books after in the lounge - Books available for sale (courtesy of Borderlands Books)
Seating is limited, so first come, first seated
Bar proceeds benefit Variety Childrens Charity - learn more about Variety

We REALLY encourage you to take BART into the City, or use MUNI to get here - parking can be problematic in San Francisco, to say the least. We are less than 1/2 block away from the Montgomery St. station. Trust us - you don't want to be looking for parking and be late for the events!

Phone (night of event) 415-572-1015
questions? Email sfinsfevents@gmail.com

For those of you who missed the last SF in SF event, with Michael Shea and Michael Blumlein:

Michael Blumlein Reads at SF in SF: Drama in Three Voices

Michael Shea Reads at SF IN SF: The Demiurge: God Wakes Up

SF in SF Panel Discussion With Michael Blumlein, Michael Shea, and Terry Bisson

Michael Shea Interviewed at SF in SF: Speaking of Demiurges

Michael Blumlein Interviewed at SF in SF: Doctor in the House


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