Thursday, October 16, 2014

Readings this Weekend: Berkeley & LitCrawl SF + World Fantasy Con


I am reading this Saturday, 10/18 in Berkeley at Sumiko Saulson's book release party for Happiness and Other Diseases from 2pm-5pm at The Dark Entry, 2589 Telegraph.

2. After that, I will be reading in San Francisco 10/18 at LitCrawl in the Mission with others under the Damnation Books publishing umbrella (Haunted Mansion Project Books I and II). The venue is Casa Bonampak, 1051 Valencia. We go on at 8:30pm.


I will be at World Fantasy Con in Virginia, November 6-9, 2014. Here is the information on my panel:

Poetry in Fantasy: Yesterday and Today
Time: 11am-12pm, Nov. 7, Regency F

Panelists: Mike Allen (M), Maria Alexander, Rain Graves, David Lunde, Laurel Winter
Description: Including poetry in fantasy, both by the author and quoted from other sources, used to be more common, such as Alice in Wonderland, The King of Elfland’s Daughter, The Lord of the Rings, and The Worm Ouroboros. Why is poetry not as prevalent now as in the past? Are certain types of poetry, such as non-formal or non-rhyming verse, under-used in fantasy?

I should also be part of the Mass Autograph Signing as well and will have books.