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Saturday Triple Bill

September 12th, 2012 · No Comments

We are back from Worldcon, and getting our autumn season started with a bang. We have three great authors for you, one of them all the way from London.

Saturday September 15th – Malinda Lo, Cindy Pon & Roz Kaveney

Malinda Lo is the author of the critically acclaimed fantasy novels, Ash and Huntress. Her latest book, Adaptation, is her first science fiction novel and is due out a few days after our reading. Before becoming a novelist Malinda was an award winning journalist specializing in the entertainment industry and LGBT issues.

Cindy Pon is the author of Silver Phoenix and Fury of the Phoenix. Like Malinda’s books, they are aimed at the YA audience. She’s also a talented painter, specializing in Chinese Brush Art.

Roz Kaveney lives in London. She’s a highly respected as a literary and TV critic, as a poet, and as a political activist. Her debut novel, Rhapsody of Blood: Rituals, has just been released and we are honored to be part of her short US tour. Roz also has two books of poetry due out this year.

6:00PM – doors and cash bar open
7:00PM – event starts
Seating is limited, and is first come, first seated.
$5-$10 suggested donation at the door. All SF in SF events are held as fundraisers for Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California – to date, we’ve helped raise over $30,000 for the kids in our community!

Each author will read a selection from their work, followed by a Q & A session with the audience. This month Rick Kleffel of The Agony Column is standing in for our usual host, Terry Bisson. Booksigning and schmoozing in the lounge follows. Books for sale courtesy of Borderlands Books.

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.

Tags: Cindy Pon · Malinda Lo · Readings · Roz Kaveney