The Denver Science Fiction & Fantasy Reading Series
The Denver Science Fiction & Fantasy Reading Series occurs every second Saturday in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Currently at the charming BookBar on Tennyson, in the vibrant Berkeley neighborhood, the reading series brings authors together in an intimate atmosphere. I host the series so that they can share their work, talking with me and with fans both old and new, and so that everyone interested can enjoy an out-of-this-world evening while keeping their feet firmly planted on the ground with good company, excellent wine,* and tasty nibbles.
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Reading No. 3—10 Mar 2018
Sci-Fi Reading with Van Aaron Hughes, Mario Acevedo, and Wayne Faust
On 10 March from 7pm to 9pm, join me at BookBar for an evening in honor of the late Ed Bryant, longtime giant of Rocky Mountain science fiction and luminary of speculative writing. Authors Van Aaron Hughes, Mario Acevedo, and Wayne Faust will read original selections from Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence, a collection of stories which honor Ed’s memory and celebrate the work of some of today’s most remarkable writers. Afterward, we’ll discuss, sign books, and have a great time.
Reading No. 2—13 Jan 2018
Sci-Fi Reading with K.B. Wagers and Davyne DeSye
Hosted by yours truly, K.B. Wagers and Davyne DeSye read from Behind the Throne and Carapace, respectively. This was at the BookBar in Denver, Colorado on 13 January from 7pm to 9pm. Words were read, books were signed, much fun was had! See what you might have missed.
Reading No. 1—11 Nov 2017
Sci-Fi Reading with Carrie Vaughn and Laurence MacNaughton
Hosted by yours truly, Carrie Vaughn and Laurence MacNaughton read from Bannerless and A Kiss Before Doomsday, respectively, at the BookBar in Denver, on 11 November. Words were read, books were signed, much fun was had! Learn more about what you might have missed.
* While the wine is only for those twenty-one and older, these events are all-ages and open to the public. Authors may, however, choose to read from sections of their works which may not be entirely appropriate for all audiences, but the bookstore contains plenty of nooks and crannies for temporary retreat with little ones and sensitive ears!