Join us for two hours of science fiction and fantasy reading at Cafe Racer on Wednesday, January 22nd.
Signups start at 6:30 pm
Five minute readings from signup 7:00 – 7:50 pm
Invited readers 8:00 – 9:00 pm
Based on his experiences as a consultation-liaison psychiatrist in a general hospital in Seattle, Peter J. Manos wrote, Care of the Difficult Patient: A Nurses Guide (with Joan Braun, R. N.). Though lacking parallel experiences with the Devil, he then wrote Lucifer’s Revenge, a supernatural crime novel. His collection of absurd complaints, Dear Babalu: Letters to an Advice Columnist, was illustrated by Toby Liebowitz.
Dr. Manos is married, lives in Seattle, and has two daughters. He remains in regular contact with a gecko-like extraterrestrial race, which has fled its dying plane to blend into society in the little Mojave desert community of Prickly Pear, California, as described in his latest book, A Girl Name Cricket.
G.G. Silverman is a speculative fiction author who lives just north of Seattle. Her short fiction was most recently nominated for the Best Small Fictions anthology, among other honors, and her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from StrangeHouse Press, Psychopomp, Speculative City, Corvid Queen, Evil Girlfriend Media, Molotov Cocktail, and more. She is currently at work on a short story collection as well as her third novel. To learn more, please visit www.ggsilverman.com.
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