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October Reading: Change of Plans

October 8th, 2011 · No Comments

Unfortunately our planned urban fantasy panel has fallen though. However, we have scrambled to get you a different event on the same day. We are therefore proud to present:

Friday October 14th

Kafkaesque: Stories inspired by Franz Kafka. This is a book edited by John Kessel & James Patrick Kelly, and published by Tachyon Publications. We will have three authors whose stories appear in the book: Rudy Rucker, Carter Scholz and our own Terry Bisson.

The usual format applies. Doors open at 6:00pm, readings begin at 7:00pm, followed by Q & A moderated by Terry Bisson. Signing and schmoozing in the lounge afterwards. There will be a cash bar with proceeds going to Variety.

The Variety Preview Room Theatre
The Hobart Bldg., 1st Floor — entrance between Quiznos and Citibank
582 Market Street @ 2nd and Montgomery
San Francisco, CA 94104

Don’t Drive — BART/MUNI Montgomery Street station is right at our front door, and parking in San Francisco sucks!!! Street parking ($3.50 per hour) is metered M-Sat., til 6PM; find a parking garage here.

Also, Teenquake!!

Before our event you may want to check out Teenquake!! at Books Inc. in Opera Plaza on Monday October 10th. A couple of those books have definite genre interest. Blood Red Road by Moira Young is a post-apocalyptic Western with a teen girl heroine that is being billed as Hunger Games meets Mad Max.

Tags: Carter Scholz · Moira Young · Rudy Rucker · Tachyon Publications · Terry Bisson