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What a great night we had last Wednesday with Jack O’Connell & E.C. Myers. Jack began by talking about writers block and then read an opening scene about EMTs from a novel he’s working on. Then after the break E.C. Myers read a portion of his novel Fair Coin. Ellen’s photos of the evening can be found here.
|Jack O’Connell||E.C. Myers|
We had another marvelously entertaining night on Wednesday, with guests Karen Heuler & Victor LaValle. Victor started off the night with a funny, poignant and wonderfully odd story (as yet unfinished, he tells us) about a man waiting in line at the 180th Street Washington Heights Post Office. And Karen finished off the night with a deliciously wicked story of a woman who goes to a Gypsy in order to become a man. Ellen’s photos of the night (including, at last, one of her!) can be seen here.
The house was full this past Wednesday for readers Scott Lynch and Elizabeth Bear (who subbed last minute for Caitlín R. Kiernan). Ellen’s photos of the night can be found here.
What a wonderful night we had with series co-founder Terry Bisson and fantasist Blake Charlton. To a packed house, both authors had the audience enraptured, as evidenced by these photos.
On Wednesday we were treated to a raconteur of Kellys, James Patrick Kelly & Kelly Link. James read from a forthcoming story in Asimov’s called “The Last Judgment.” And Kelly Link read an excerpt from “Two Houses,” which will be in an anthology of stories inspired by Ray Bradbury. You can’t go wrong when there are two Kellys in the house, as Ellen’s photos of the evening prove.
|Ekaterina Sedia & Gemma Files
A great last night of the year with Gemma Files & Ekaterina Sedia. Hope you all had a great New Year and see you in 2012!
Ellen’s photos of the evening can be found here.
|Jack Womack||Claude Lalumière|
On Wednesday we were regaled with the stories of Claude Lalumière, who read the epilogue from his recent collection, and Jack Womack, who read an excerpt from his novel-in-progress. Ellen’s photos of the evening can be found here.
|Holly Black||Lauren McLaughlin|
The KGB Bar overflowed with folks to hear Lauren McLaughlin read from her upcoming novel Scored. And Holly Black read her story, “Everything Amiable and Obliging,” from the anthology Steampunk! Ellen was off sailing down the Danube so I took a few photos, which can be viewed here.