It’s a glorious day here in Canada’s adorable capital city. The air is clean, the sun is out, the leaves are set to turn into autumnal confetti. It’s with great pleasure that I look forward to appearing this weekend at Ottawa’s Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature, a brisk walk from Timberhouse. I’ll be discussing Myths You’ve Never Heard Of. I’ll be reading a part in a play by local writer Hayden Trenholm. I’ll be at the launch for 49th Parallels, an anthology that explores potential Canadian alternative realities (and includes my story “As Mistress Wishes“). I’ll be giving blue pencil crits and kicking around and shooting the shit and generally having a decent time. If you’re nearby, I hope you’ll come say hello.
reading at Library & Archives Canada
Book Launch — Superhero Universe: Tesseracts Nineteen
Library and Archives Canada cordially invites you to the launch of Superhero Universe: Tesseracts Nineteen, an anthology of science fiction and fantasy. Book launch is in conjunction with the fantastic Alter Ego: Comics and Canadian Identity exhibit featuring art by Canadian comic book artists. The evening will include readings by Alex C. Renwick, Leigh Wallace, & Jason Sharp. Books available through local independent outfit Perfect Books. Refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Lobby exhibit space at 395 Wellington Street
I’ve been invited to be at Creative Ink Festival this weekend in glorious Vancouver, BC. So happy to be supporting two wonderful women Guests of Honour: Galen Dara as artist GOH and Carrie Vaughn as Author Supreme. I shared a table of contents with Carrie (Superstories!) years after meeting her one fantastic word-crammed weekend at the Oregon Writers Colony house on the majestic Oregon coast.
Galen’s rise has been meteoric these last few years, and I’m proud to be in not one but two anthologies sporting Galen Dara covers. Superduper surprise bonus: Galen illustrated two of my personal favourites of my own stories. Coincidence? Hmmm…
Reading in Seattle!
Hanging out at Norwescon this weekend outside lovely Seattle, Washington? Would love any and all to join me for my reading Saturday at 1:30 in the Cascade 1 room at the Doubletree hotel.
If you can’t make that but will be around Sunday 10 AM-11 AM , drop by the “Stranger than Fiction”panel to hear me gab with Cat Rambo, Jason Vanhee, Ann Shilling, & Grant T. Riddell in Evergreen rooms 3&4, or catch me discussing Standards of Beauty in Secondary Worlds Sunday 11 AM- noon in Cascade 13 with Rhiannon Held, Nathan Crowder, David J. Peterson, & Sar Surmick.