DEEP DISH

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Join us August 8th as we welcome back the quarterly Science Fiction/Fantasy/Speculative Writing reading series, DEEP DISH!

This month we are thrilled to welcome featured readers S.L. HUANG, SCOTT WOODS and TJ MARTINSON.

We're also happy to welcome readers:
Richard Chwedyk
Dawn Hebein
Beth Kander
Aurelius Raines II

This is a FREE event. Books for various authors will be available for purchase and signing.

SL Huang is a bestselling author whose debut novel, Zero Sum Game, is recently out from Tor Books. Her short fiction has sold to Strange Horizons, Analog, and more, including multiple best-of anthologies. She is also an MIT graduate, stuntwoman, and firearms expert. Follow her at www.slhuang.com or @sl_huang.

 

Scott Woods is the former president of Poetry Slam Inc. and co-founded the poetry series, Writers Block. He authors a monthly Internet column and has published several books. He is employed at the Columbus Metropolitan Library. Since 2006 Woods has conducted an annual, 24-hour, solo poetry reading. In 2013 he published the book We Over Here Now on Brick Cave Books. In 2016 he published his second book of poetry with Brick Cave Media titled "Urban Contemporary History Month". His work appeared on National Public Radio (NPR) in 2003[5] and 2005. He was profiled in the 2006 edition of the book: Contemporary Black Biography: Profiles from the International Black Community.

T.J. Martinson is from Kankakee, IL. His debut novel, The Reign of the Kingfisher, comes out March 5th from Flatiron Books. He currently lives in Bloomington, IN where he is a PhD candidate in English at Indiana University. His research interests include 20th/21st Century Literature, History & Philosophy of Science, New Materialisms, and Posthumanism. His dissertation, Genealogies of the Postmodern: Reflexive Embodiment in the Age of the Gene, investigates the philosophical dimensions of the Human Genome Project alongside and through contemporary postmodern metafiction.

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Thursday, August 8, 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

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