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Lit Crawl: Science Fiction in the 21st Century

October 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off on Lit Crawl: Science Fiction in the 21st Century

Join SF in SF and Tachyon Publications at Lit Crawl! Saturday, October 18th Phase I – 6:00PM – 7:00PM Featuring Tad Williams, Michael Blumlein, Ellen Klages, Tim Pratt and Jacob A. Weisman (Editor and Publisher, Tachyon Publications). Presented by Tachyon Publications, San Francisco’s foremost science fiction publisher. This event takes place at TIME FRAME, 418 […]

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Tags: Ellen Klages · Michael Blumlein · Tachyon Publications · Tad Williams · Tim Pratt

EPIC! Fantasy Literature Is the Future

October 5th, 2012 · Comments Off on EPIC! Fantasy Literature Is the Future

Litquake and SF in SF present Tad Williams – Ken Scholes – Andrew Mayer Friday October 12 Epic fantasy is storytelling at its biggest and best—from the creation myths and quest sagas of ancient times to the mega-popular fantasy novels of today. Join SF in SF with three stellar practioners of the art: Tad Williams, […]

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Tags: Andrew Mayer · Ken Scholes · Litquake · Readings · Tad Williams

August Reading

August 10th, 2011 · Comments Off on August Reading

Saturday, August 13th Tad Williams & Deborah Beale 6:00PM doors and cash bar open 7:00PM Event begins Suggested $5-$10 donation at the door or the bar enables us to support Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California A special evening of reading and conversation with Tad Williams and his wife, Deborah Beale. Rick Kleffel, of The […]

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Tags: Aug11 · Deborah Beale · Readings · Rick Kleffel · Tad Williams

George R.R. Martin in Redwood City

July 21st, 2011 · Comments Off on George R.R. Martin in Redwood City

The man of the moment in fantasy fiction, George R.R. Martin, will be appearing at Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway St., Redwood City on Wednesday, July 27 at 7:00 p.m.. The event has been organized by Keplers Bookstore. Tad Williams will host. See the Keplers’ website for ticket purchase and details of restrictions on what can […]

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Tags: George R.R. Martin · Jul11 · Tad Williams