Come See Me @ LitCrawl With Ray Garton & Richard Kadrey, Oct. 15

I’ll be reading at Litquake’s LitCrawl in some very good company, October 15 at Borderlands Books in San Francisco. If you’ve never done LitCrawl, it’s not to be missed. Garton and Kadrey are legendary favorites of mine, and I’m looking forward to my first time hearing Naamen Tilahun read. What’s more, if you kick back on the Borderlands Couch for an hour leafing through dog-eared Michael Moorcock paperbacks, you’ll get two, Two, TWO LITCRAWL READINGS IN ONE, since our horror-themed gig is followed by some sf-fantasy-horror crossover folks next door at 8:30, featuring Mira Grant, Kirsten Imani Kasai, Steven R. Boyett, and Tim Pratt.

You can  Find out more about Litquake and LitCrawl here, and about events at Borderlands Books here.

Both events event are free, so come by and see us, bitte schön? Jawohldankeaufwiedersehen.

Litquake’s LitCrawl at Borderlands Books

With Ray Garton, Richard Kadrey, Thomas Roche and Naamen Tilahun

Saturday, October 15th at 7:15 pm

Borderlands Books, 866 Valencia Street (between 19th and 20th), San Francisco

We are delighted to once again take part in one of the most exciting literary events in San Francisco – the LitCrawl! This is a three-hour pub-crawl-style literary event with dozens of venues and hundreds of authors, all taking place right here in the Mission District. Between the bookstore and the cafe, we’ve got 8 fantastic authors in a mere two hours. This is always a super-crowded and immensely entertaining event.

…Also, the cafe next door has a second reading at 8:30, with some more sf-fantasy heavy hitters:

LitCrawl Redux at Borderlands Cafe

With Steven R. Boyett, Mira Grant, Kirsten Imani Kasai and Tim Pratt

Saturday, October 15th at 8:30 pm

Borderlands Cafe, 870 Valencia Street (between 19th and 20th), San Francisco

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