In addition to causing some people to stock up on bizarre amounts of toilet paper, the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in the cancelation/postponement of sporting events, conferences, and other large scale gatherings.
Although our own reading series is tiny in comparison to events like the London Book Fair or Emerald City Comic Con, we’d rather err on the side of caution and not pack thirty people into a room at this time.
With that in mind, we are canceling our April 14th reading and will look to reschedule it for later in the year. We hope that the current health concerns will dissipate in the next couple of months and we can all get back to normal. In the meantime, wash your hands and be safe.
Join us on June 16th at 7:00 p.m. at the Free Library of Philadelphia (1901 Vine Street on Logan Circle) when our authors will include:
Barbara Krasnoff was born and bred in Brooklyn, and has the accent to prove it. Her mosaic novel The History of Soul 2065, which explores the intertwining histories of two magical families, was published by Mythic Delirium Books in June, 2019, while her short story “Sabbath Wine,” which appeared in Clockwork Phoenix 5, was a finalist for the 2016 Nebula Award. When not producing weird fiction, she works as Reviews Editor for The Verge and investigates what animals and objects are really thinking in her Backstories series on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (#theirbackstories).
Our Readings always take place at 7:00pm on a Tuesday.
We’re currently in the process of soliciting our readers for 2021. Here are our remaining 2020 dates so you can lock them into your calendar: August 11th, October 13th, and December 8th. You can also subscribe to receive timely reminders so you never miss an event.