Sunday, November 16, 2008
The launch is for Tesseracts Twelve, of which you've heard so much for so long. It's happening on November 29, a Saturday, at three p.m., at Bakka-Phoenix Books. There will be cookies (Bakka Phoenix is well-known for their cookies). There will be me. There will be Claude Lalumière, Jill Snider Lum, Brett Alexander Savory, Grace Seybold, and Michael Skeet. We will all read our entire novellas and Jill and Michael will sing theirs in a Sonny-and-Cher-inspired duet, with banter.
Okay, that last bit was just to see if you were paying attention. If you're lucky, they won't let us read more than a paragraph of two of our very long stories. There will be lots of writers, though. And I'm pretty sure they'll let us sign copies.
Bakka-Phoenix Books, if you're still interested, is located at 697 Queen Street West, just west of Bathurst Street.
And my story, Wylde's Kingdom, can be sampled, as ever, here.
Posted by David Nickle at 9:55 PM