2017 Summer Schedule

I’ve got a pretty busy summer coming up with lots of appearances around the Northeast. Here’s where you’ll find me in the coming months:

Saturday, June 10th, at 12 PM – Speaking to the Garden State Speculative Fiction Writers at the Old Bridge Library in Old Bridge, NJ. My presentation is called “No Way To Slow Down: Writing Fast-Paced Novels That Will Keep Readers Turning the Pages” and is open to the public!

July 13th-16thReadercon 28 in Quincy, Massachusetts. The schedule isn’t set yet, but you can expect to find me on panels as well as doing a live reading and possibly a kaffeeklatsch.

July 20th-23rdNecon 37 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. The schedule isn’t set yet, but you can expect to find me on panels as well as co-hosting the annual Necon Roast with Jeff Strand.

Saturday, August 5th, at 3 PM – Reading at the Line Break Reading Series at Q.E.D. in Astoria, Queens. I’m excited to be reading with Olena Jennings, Rajan Khanna, and some other great writers!

August 17th-20thNecronomiCon Providence in Providence, Rhode Island. I’ll be attending this one as an interested and excited audience member, not as a programming participant, so you’ll likely find me milling about or in the bar.

I’ll update the list if more events and appearances are scheduled. In the meantime, please come on out and say hi! I’m always happy to meet readers and sign books!

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