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March Reading – Peter S. Beagle & Effie Seiberg

March 13th, 2017 · No Comments

Saturday, March 18, 2017

A very special author event featuring:

Peter S. Beagle & Effie Seiberg

Event begins at 6:30PM
Doors and bar open at 5:30PM
$10 at the door benefits the American Bookbinders Museum
no one turned away for lack of funds / cash or Square
All proceeds benefit the American Bookbinders Museum

Each author will read a selection of their work, followed by Q&A with the audience moderated by author Terry Bisson. Books for sale courtesy of Borderlands Books — please feel free to bring your own books from home.

PETER S. BEAGLE is the best-selling author of the beloved classic, The Last Unicorn. Published in 1968, when the author was 29, it was made into a Rankin/Bass animated film in 1982. His other novels include A Fine & Private Place, The Innkeeper’s Song, and Tamsin. His short fiction has been collected in four volumes by Tachyon Publications, including The Rhinoceros Who Quoted Nietzsche, The Line Between, We Never Talk About My Brother, and Sleight of Hand. He has won the Hugo, Nebula, Mythopoeic, and Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire awards and the World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement. His recent books are Summerlong, and In Calabria, both out from Tachyon Publications. Peter’s newest collection, The Overneath, as well as the anthology he is editing, The New Voices of Fantasy, are due out this fall,

EFFIE SEIBERG is an up-and-coming young science fiction and fantasy writer, based in San Francisco with the requisite San-Francisco-based tech job. With a slew of promising short fiction to her credit, at any one time she is either working on 1) baking a spaceship-shaped cake, 2) a YA novel 3) walking her dog YoYo, and/or making everything in the tech sector just a little bit better. Follow her on Twitter at @effies, or check out her other stories online, here.

The American Bookbinders Museum‘s entrance is located at 366 Clementina Alley, off of 5th Street, between Howard and Folsom. Street parking is free; garages are located at 5th & Mission, and 3rd & Folsom. The closest BART station is Powell Street — just turn down 5th Street, cross Mission and Howard, and turn left onto Clementina. NOTE: there is NO access to Clementina from 4th Street due to construction.

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