Friday, October 14, 2011

Future Media (and Litquaaaaaake!)

Pop Matters has reviewed Future Media today, and they like it as much as we do! It's "Recommended for Anyone Who Has a Smartphone, Watches TV, or Uses the Internet." Here's a clip:

"This book makes connections—connections between past and present, fiction and nonfiction, what is real and what is not (or at least, not yet). It’s about predictions—those that have come to pass and those that still might. And as the nonfiction makes clear, much classic science fiction isn’t as far from reality as we might like it to be." Read more.

Litquake wraps up tomorrow, but the Kafkaesque panel is TONIGHT, so come join us! Rudy Rucker, Carter Scholz, and Terry Bisson will be discussing and reading from their contributions to the upcoming Kafkaesque, our anthology of stories inspired by Franz Kafka, coming out this November.

SF in SF presents
Kafkaesque at Litquake
Friday, October 14th
The Variety Preview Room Theatre
The Hobart Bldg., 1st Floor — entrance next to Citibank on Market St.
582 Market Street @ 2nd and Montgomery
San Francisco, CA 94104

Doors and cash bar open at 6, event starts at 7. First come first served, proceeds from the bar and suggested $5-$10 donations at the door go to Variety Children's Charity.

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