Karen Heuler read from her brand new novella and Genevieve Valentine read a story from The Starlit Wood. And there was much rejoicing. Ellen’s photos of the night can be found here.
On Wednesday we heard Cat Valente read from The Refrigerator Monologues and Sunny Moraine read two stories from her collection. Great crowd and great night! Ellen’s photos can be found here.
E.C. Myers and Sam J. Miller read from their works on a hot night. Eugene read from “Big Brother” and Sam read from The Art of Starving. Ellen’s photos can be found here.
Nova Ren Suma and Kiini Ibura Salaam read their stories (and parts of stories) the day after NYC’s mini-blizzard when the temperature was still icy. Ellen’s photos of the night can be found here.
On Wednesday, Michael Cisco and Nicholas Kaufmann read from their recent novels to a very receptive audience. Ellen’s photos of the night can be found here.
Holly Black and Fran Wilde blew down the house reading excerpts from their forthcoming novels. Holly read from Cruel Prince, and Fran from from Horizons. Ellen’s photos of the night can be found here.
At the last Fantastic Fiction at KGB, Sarah Pinsker read a story recently published in F&SF and Livia Llewellyn read part of a novella that came out in 2015 but will be reissued in 2017. Ellen’s[…]
On Wednesday to a packed house we heard guests John Langan and Matthew Kressel (yours truly) read from their work. Matt read “In Memory of a Summer’s Day,” forthcoming in an Alice in Wonderland-themed anthology edited[…]
On Wednesday, Caitlín read from her upcoming Tor.com novella “Agents of Dreamland,” and Jack read from a new short story. Ellen’s photos of the evening can be found here.
On Wednesday we welcomed Laird Barron, who read a short story for a Bond-themed anthology called “The Cyclorama,” and Alyssa Wong, who read a short story called “A Clamor of Bones.” Ellen’s photos of the evening[…]
Here are the photos from the August 17, 2016 Fantastic Fiction reading with Leanna Renee Hieber & Theodora Goss, both reading from their forthcoming works. Ellen Datlow was at WorldCon so Matt and Mercurio D.[…]
David Levine rapped a bit before reading an excerpt from Arabella of Mars, and Helen Marshall read a new short story about an embalmist to a full house and an enthusiastic crowd.