Two Hour Transport will host our FOURTH EVER online reading event, via Zoom, on Wednesday, June 24th, at the usual Two Hour Transport time. Our featured readers will be Patrick Hurley and Mitchell Shanklin. Although we will not be together in person, we will be present with each other, warmly, by video or phone through Zoom. Join us!
Bring yourself, and any food or beverages that you’d like, and join us ONLINE for two hours of science fiction and fantasy reading. All the usual components of the event will be in place: open mic sign-ups, open mic readings, and invited readers.
– Just click on the link below (following the schedule). Don’t forget you can join by phone in the absence of computer access; instructions below.
– This is a virtual gathering due to the constraints around the COVID-19 virus response, and in consideration of keeping everyone safe.
– If you don’t have computer access, feel free to join us by phone! Dialing information below.
– Open Mic Signups Start at 6:30 pm
– Five-Minute Open Mic Readings 7:00 – 7:50 pm
– Invited Readers 8:00 – 9:00 pm
INTERNET LINK AND DIAL-IN INSTRUCTIONS
– Meeting invite: https://zoom.us/j/92915143404?pwd=UENNNjREN2kzL2NVNjg4RlBlYlJvdz09
– Connect by phone: +12532158782 Meeting ID: 929 1514 3404#
– Meeting password: 678450
Patrick Hurley lives and writes in Seattle. He’s had fiction published in dozens of markets, including Galaxy’s Edge, Paizo’s Pathfinder roleplaying game, Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, Abyss & Apex, New Myths, and The Drabblecast. Patrick attended the 2017 Taos Toolbox Writer’s Workshop taught by Nancy Kress and Walter Jon Williams. In 2018, he was a finalist for the Baen Fantasy Adventure Award. Patrick is a member of SFWA, Codex, and the Dreamcrashers. Find out more about his stories at www.patrickhurleywrites.com.
Mitchell Shanklin lives in Seattle and enjoys writing stories with either magic or made-up science or both. He also writes code for companies (and sometimes for himself). In his free time he plays video, board and mind games, reads, hikes, and has rambling philosophical arguments. (No, not all at the same time. Yet).
He is a proud member of Team Arsenic, the Dreamcrashers, the bisexual community, Loose Canons, and Write of Passage. His fiction has been published in Unidentified Funny Objects, Strange Horizons, Daily Science Fiction and the Two Hour Transport Anthology.
His website is so ancient that the hosting provider is going to shut it down in November, but for now you can find him online at mitchellshanklin.com.