Archive for June, 2010

Launch event photos/upcoming Albany and Boston events!

Friday, June 4th, 2010

So Wednesday night’s launch for Autumn Rain finale THE MACHINERY OF LIGHT was a chaotic success, and you can see photos here, courtesy of the legendary Meeshypants. Huge thanks to everybody who came out to party at the Science Club!

Meanwhile, it’s time for the final east coast tour dates:

THIS SUNDAY, June 6th, 3 p.m.: ALBANY, NY, Flights of Fantasy Bookstore

THIS MONDAY, June 7th, 7 p.m. BOSTON, MA, Pandemonium Books and Games

See you soon!

D.C. launch party TONIGHT for The Machinery of Light

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

I’ll be setting off smoke bombs and firing lasers as I hit the stage tonight flanked by feline units Ajax and Captain Zoom. Zoom will be on drums, Ajax will be manning the bass, and I’ll be on guitar as we thrash our way through…

Sorry. Wrong event.

Here’s what’s going to happen. Really.

7 p.m. Reading at BORDERS, 1828 L Street
to be followed by..
Afterparty at the SCIENCE CLUB, 1136 19th Street

This will be my first reading in D.C. in two years, so I’m super-psyched. See you there!


Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Balticon was a roaring success, and the book launch party I co-hosted with fellow scribes Benjamin Tate, Laura Anne Gilman, Jeri Smith-Ready, and Patricia Bray was apparently THE place to be at the con Saturday night.

Particularly awesome was the cake that Jeri brought. . . as you can see, it’s got all our book covers on it. My writing never tasted so damn good.

Meanwhile, if you live in the Washington D.C. area, don’t forget about the June 2nd launch tomorrow night! 7 p.m. at Borders 1828 L Street NW, followed by an afterparty at the Science Club. See ya there…