I’m mostly lying low this fall working on a new book, which should be announced very soon. But I’m still doing an event here and there.
My first novel Warp, which originally came out in 1997, is being republished this month, so I’ll be doing a few appearances connected to that:
- September 20: Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn, NY, with Dana Schwartz.
- September 21: Barnes & Noble in New York City.
- October 4: Harvard Bookstore in Cambridge, MA.
Then on Friday, September 23, I’ll be taking part in a roundtable on series and serial art at Columbia with A.O. Scott (film critic for the New York Times) and Julie generic name for zithromax Snyder (who created Serial).
On October 6 I’ll turn up at New York Comic-Con as part of a panel on adapting books for the screen, which will also have Blake Crouch and Patrick Ness on it. There’s also a Magicians panel for the TV show, but that’s on Saturday, and I’ll miss it because…
…on October 8 I’ll be running a workshop in Aspen, CO as part of Aspen Words.
On October 11 I’ll be at the launch of The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook at Powerhouse Arena in Brooklyn.
And then starting October 29 I’ll be the Utopiales international science fiction festival in Nantes, France. Allons-y!