Saturday, March 19, 2011

Cory Doctorow came to town, I stayed put...

It was a good night, some weeks back, when Cory Doctorow and I read aloud from our new books at the Augusta House in Toronto. The evening was part of the ChiZine Reading Series - and this event celebrated the Cecil Street Irregulars, a writer's workshop from which Cory and I both learned everything we know. Karl Schroeder was to have joined us - but he was prevented, by a damn germ.

They made a video of the evening anyway. Here's the portion in which I read from Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism.



And here's the portion in which I take questions from the audience.



Eutopia's out in May. But pre-orders are always welcome.  Check out CZP's Eutopia page, for all the places you can do that, right here. If you need convincing, horror author Nick Cato has posted a blisteringly generous review of Eutopia, at his blog Antibacterial Pope, right here. 

For more CZP reading series goodness, and Cory's reading, have a look at their SF Colloquium page, right here.

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