April Reading

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Open Mic readers, April 28, 2016. Photo credit Andy Romine

Join us for two hours of science fiction and fantasy reading at Cafe Racer on Wednesday, April 27th.

  • Signups start at 7:00
  • Five minute readings from signup 7:30 – 8:30
  • Invited readers  8:45 – 9:45

 

Bios

Andrew Penn Romine is a writer and animator living in Seattle. When he’s not wrangling words, robots, cavemen, or dragons, he dabbles in craft cocktails and sequential art.

He’s a member of SFWA and graduate of the Clarion West workshop, and his work appears online at Lightspeed Magazine, Paizo and Crossed Genres as well as in the anthologies Fungi, Help Fund my Robot Army, After The Fall, What Fates Impose, By Faerie Light, Coins of Chaos, and more. He’s hard at work on his first novel, a dark fantasy set in 1930s America.

He’s a contributor at the Inkpunks blog, and also writes about cocktails as The Booze Nerd. You can also follow his day-to-day adventures on Twitter: @inkgorilla.

Keyan Bowes is a peripatetic but San Francisco-based writer who has lived in six countries and visited dozens more. They sometimes form the settings for her work. Twenty-four of her short stories have been published online and on paper, one of which was made into a short film, and another translated into Polish. Her stories have appeared in ten anthologies. She is a graduate of the 2007 Clarion writers’ workshop, and her website is at www.keyanbowes.com. She’s currently working on revising two Young Adult novels and three short stories.

 

Map and directions to Cafe Racer

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One thought on “April Reading

  1. Wow! Terrific batch of Open Mic readers tonight (14!) and inspiring work from Invited Readers Keyan Bowes and Andy Romine. Rumplestiltskin retold in a web blog, a woman finds a giant piece of animated fruit in her bed, masquerading as secret-spies on another planet, tapping into the core memories of a loved one in the midst of a war, how to find your soulmate at the end of the world . . . it just gets better and better!

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