Join SF in SF for a very special evening!
Sunday, April 17th
Doors and cash bar open at 5:30PM: Event begins at 6:30PM
$10 at the door – all proceeds benefit the American Bookbinders Museum.
Each author will read a selection from their work, followed by Q&A with the audience, moderated by Terry Bisson. Signing and schmoozing follows, with books available for sale courtesy of Borderlands Books. Feel free to bring books from home for signatures.
PLEASE NOTE: if warranted, we will be enforcing a 3 books at a time policy; get 3 signed, then back in line. We will be ending the event by 9:30PM at the latest.
A cash bar will be open during the event. This also benefits the ABM. 21+ for all alcoholic beverages purchased, no exceptions.
Event will be podcasted by SOMA FM, with the program to be broadcast later — we’ll let you know when!
SF in SF is delighted to begin hosting events at one of San Francisco’s newest museum and event spaces. We have a chance to make a real difference in both our continuing even program, and to help support a cause very dear to the hearts of readers and booklovers everywhere! Please come and help show your love for the science fictional! Bring your friends!
ABOUT THE ABM:
The American Bookbinders Museum, an important library of equipment and archive materials on bookbinding in America, was founded by Tim James, a commercial bookbinder who became fascinated with the craft’s history. Learn more here!
The ABM is accessible by BART, MUNI – entrance is 355 Clementina, off of 5th Street between Howard & Folsom; there is no entrance off 4th Street due to construction. Street parking is free on Sunday. There is also a parking garage at 3rd & Folsom, and 5th & Mission.