Madison! I’m at A Room Of One’s Own TOMORROW, 4pm! Note the Time!

I’ll be doing a rare afternoon tour appearance tomorrow in Madison because at 6pm, A Room of One’s Own welcomes the Guests of Honor at Wiscon, the (completely fantastic) science fiction and fantasy convention. So if you’re coming at 4 o’clock to Room of One’s Own to see me, stick around afterward for the GoHs, which include last year’s Nebula and Hugo Award winner, Jo Walton. And if you’re coming at 6pm to see the guests of honor, why not come out a little bit early to see me? It’ll be more speculative fiction writers than you can shake the proverbial stick at.

So remember, Madison: Tomorrow (Thursday, May 23), A Room Of One’s Own, 4pm. Don’t be late! See you there.

11 thoughts on “Madison! I’m at A Room Of One’s Own TOMORROW, 4pm! Note the Time!

  1. At last, a post that answers the age-old question, “How do you get an entire room full of science fiction fans to bring sticks to a bookstore and shake them?”

  2. If only you were staying for the convention! I’ll be there (thanks to the incredible generosity of a friend) but not until Friday. Have a great reading anyway!

  3. Of course, between packing and travel I didn’t see this until just now…oh well!

  4. I quite enjoyed the readings (yes, I did have churro cravings after…), and the bits of Q&A that I heard before I had to leave. Wish I could have stayed for more. Safe travels!

  5. You are the first author I ever felt inspired to get sign my book. Both the reading and the Q&A afterward were a delight. Thanks for coming to Madison!

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