A Season for Book Events

September 21st, 2013

bmorebookfest-602x1024Some of the best book-related events seem to come in the fall and early winter. It certainly has something to do with promoting book purchases for holiday giving, but I suspect it’s also related to the changing weather and the need to stock up on books before falling temperatures drive us indoors.

The 20th Century Scop will be doing a number of appearances in the coming weeks, and I hope to blog about all of them as they approach. That’s my intention, anyway. We’ll see how I do as each one comes and goes.

For now, here’s a brief overview of where I’ll be and what I’ll be doing between now and the end of the year.

First will be the 18th annual Baltimore Book Festival, a huge book event scheduled to take over Mt. Vernon Place near the center of the city. I’ll be appearing there on Saturday, September 28, doing a signing at the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America tent and giving a musical performance at the Festival’s main stage.

Next up will be a presentation of Hearing Voices – featuring stories from my fiction collections. The event will take place October 14 at PAISTA – the Pittsburgh Area Independent School Teachers Association, held this year at Sewickley Academy, right outside Pittsburgh.

sep-fish600-e1376584918760After that I’m off to England for readings and presentations at the University of Brighton on October 31 and The World Fantasy Convention on November 2. Additional Brighton events are being scheduled. I’ll have a complete list when I post the full UK preview in a couple of weeks.

Other appearances are also in the works as well. I’m looking forward to all of them . . . and to a long winter holiday when I can stay home and read the books I’ll be picking up along the way.

More soon. For now, scop on!

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