Do you want to hear me read some of my stories out loud? Get signed copies of anthologies I’m in? Meet the mighty Pthulhu the Plush Cthulhu? Have a chance to win free books?
Are you willing to put up with all of the above for an opportunity to meet two other cool authors?
If so, come to the Enigma Book Store on Saturday, September 28. Here are the complete details of the event:
THE EVENING OF SF/F HUMOR AT ENIGMA BOOK STORE
Meet three New York authors who specialize in humorous science fiction and fantasy. Join Russ Colchamiro, Aaron Rosenberg, and Alex Shvartsman for a laughter-packed evening atEnigma Book Store on Saturday, September 28, 6-9pm.
The event will feature:
* A discussion of humor in genre fiction
* A raffle
Russ Colchamiro is the author of the raunchy SF backpacking comedy Finders Keepers, and the mysterious SF adventure Crossline. Russ is currently at work on the first of two Finders Keepers sequels that will complete the first trilogy in the ongoing series. Russ is also a member of Crazy 8 Press.
A lifelong New Yorker, Russ is married with two children, and is currently searching for permanent residence in New Jersey, although he’s still not entirely sure why.
Aaron Rosenberg is the author of the best-selling DuckBob SF comedy series, including the novels No Small Bills and Too Small for Tall. He also writes the Dread Remora space-opera series and, with David Niall Wilson, the O.C.L.T. occult thriller series. He has written children’s books, including the award-winning Bandslam: The Junior Novel and the #1 best-selling 42: The Jackie Robinson Story. Aaron has also authored educational books on a variety of topics, and over seventy roleplaying games, including the Origins Award-winning Gamemastering Secrets and the Gold ENnie-winning Lure of the Lich Lord. He is the co-creator of the ReDeus anthology series, and one of the founders of Crazy 8 Press. Aaron lives in New York with his family.
Alex Shvartsman is a writer, translator, anthologist, and game designer from Brooklyn, NY. He had over 50 short stories published in venues such as The Journal of Nature, InterGalactic Medicine Show, Daily Science Fiction, Galaxy’s Edge.
Alex edits Unidentified Funny Objects, an annual anthology series of humorous science fiction & fantasy. The second volume is due out in early October. His other anthology, Coffee: Caffeinated Tales of the Fantastic is due out in late November.
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