Tachyon tidbits featuring Michael Swanwick, Kelley Armstrong, and Leslie What
The latest reviews and mentions of Tachyon titles and authors from around the web.
Michael Swanwick (Photo: Beth Gwinn), Kelley Armstrong (Kathryn Hollinrake), and Leslie What (Rudy Rucker via FLURB)
At CAMPUS CIRCLE, Angela Matano praises Michael Swanwick’s NOT SO MUCH, SAID THE CAT.
With his new collection, NOT SO MUCH, SAID THE CAT, Michael Swanwick once again proves himself one of science fiction’s most consistently imaginative and versatile short story writers, ranging from time travellers in the Mesozoic to obsolete A.I.s put out to pasture.
For the YA novel THE MASKED TRUTH, Kelley Armstrong received a nomination for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. Congratulations to Kelley and all the nominees.
SHELF AWARENESS reported a recent sighting of Leslie What, author of OLYMPIC GAMES.
When author Leslie What brought a copy of CITY OF WEIRD: 30
OTHERWORLDLY PORTLAND TALES to the cash register at Powell’s in Portland, Ore., she was surprised and delighted to find fellow CITY OF WEIRD contributor Jason Squamata working. Jason signed Leslie’s book as editor Gigi Little, marketing coordinator for Powell’s, looked on. Powell’s staffers Doug Chase and Kevin Sampsell also contributed stories to CITY OF WEIRD (Forest Avenue Press, October 2016). The launch attracted 200 attendees and featured a conversation with authors Rene Denfeld, Mark Russell, Brigitte Winter and Dan DeWeese.
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