Join us on December 12th at 7:30 p.m. when our authors will be:
’s trilogy, The Bone Universe Series, comes to a close this fall with Horizon
joining the award-winning debut novel, Updraft
(Tor 2015) and Cloudbound
(2016). Her novels and short stories have been nominated for two Nebula awards and a Hugo, and appear in Asimov’s
, Beneath Ceaseless Skies
, and the 2017 Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror
. She writes for publications including The Washington Post
, and GeekMom.com
. You can find her on Twitter, Facebook, and at franwilde.net
is the author of a contemporary fantasy trilogy from Tor Books. In the first book, American Craftsmen
, two modern magician-soldiers fight their way through the legacies of Poe and Hawthorne as they attempt to destroy an undying evil — and not kill each other first. In the sequel, The Left-Hand Way
, the craftsmen are hunters and hunted in a global race to save humanity from a new occult threat out of America’s past. In the third book, War and Craft
(Sept. 2017), it’s Armageddon in Shangri-La, and the end of the world as we know it.
Some of Tom’s award-winning short fiction is collected in The Wizard of Macatawa and Other Stories. He writes in a spooky turret in Washington, DC. You can find the text and audio of many of his stories on his website: www.tomdoyleauthor.com.
Join us on February 13th at 7:30 p.m. when our authors will include:
is the internationally bestselling author of The Genius Plague
, a science fiction thriller in which a pandemic threatens to destabilize world governments by exerting a subtle mind control over survivors. He won the Philip K. Dick Award for his first novel, Terminal Mind
. During the day, David works as an engineer at Lockheed Martin. He lives near Philadelphia with his wife and seven children.
is a writer, aid worker, and PhD candidate. Her science fiction political thriller Infomocracy
was named one of the best books of 2016 by Kirkus, Book Riot, and the Washington Post, and the sequel Null States
came out in September 2017. She was nominated for the 2016 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Named Senior Fellow for Technology and Risk at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs for 2015, she has more than a decade of experience in humanitarian aid and development. Her doctoral work on the sociology of organizations at the Institut d’Études Politques de Paris (Sciences Po) explores the dynamics of multi-level governance and disaster response using the cases of Hurricane Katrina and the Japan tsunami of 2011.
photo credit: Allana Taranto/Ars Magna
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