June 28th, 2017 Reading

Join us for two hours of science fiction and fantasy reading at Cafe Racer on Wednesday, May 24th.

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

Bios

Keyan Bowes is a peripatetic writer of science fiction and fantasy based in San Francisco.  She has lived in nine cities in seven countries, and visited many more. They sometimes form the settings for her stories. Her work can be found online in various webzines including a Polish one, a podcast, and an award-winning short film; and on paper in a dozen print anthologies. She’s a graduate of the 2007 Clarion Workshop for science fiction and fantasy writers. Keyan’s website is at www.keyanbowes.org

Tod McCoy’s work has appeared in The People’s ApocalypseBronies: For the Love of PoniesAntipodeanSF.comQarrtsiluni.comThe Gloaming, and Asimov’s. A Clarion West graduate, he’s the publisher of Hydra House, whose catalog includes Telling Tales, edited by Ellen Datlow, and two collections by Cat Rambo: Near+Far, which generated a Nebula nomination, and Neither Here Nor There.

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 virtual reality.
He’s a member of SFWA and graduate of the Clarion West workshop, and his work appears online at Lightspeed MagazinePaizo and Crossed Genres as well as in the anthologies FungiHelp 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.

Map and directions to Cafe Racer

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