Autumn events – FantasyCon and Unsung Live

After a very busy summer with Unsung, at Nine Worlds, running events and making lots of books you think the sensible thing to do would be to take a break and enjoy the new and exciting world of married life. And you’re right, that probably is the sensible thing to do. But this is publishing, and there’s always another Con.

I’m going to be doing a couple of events in the next month, this time around short stories.

First up is FantasyCon in Scarborough, 23rd-25th September. Unsung will be running a stall there, so make sure to stop by if you’re there. I will also be chairing the panel, ‘A Little’s Enough: What makes a great short story?‘ at 2pm on the Sunday. I’ll be asking Emma Cosh, Lynda Clark, Neil Buchanan, Ruth Booth and David Guymer to share their secrets on the trickiest of forms.

After that, October 18th, we have the 5th instalment of Unsung Live. This is our series of SFF short fiction live literature events – 4 readers, 15 minutes each and complete stories. This time we have Tade Thompson (winner of the Kitschies Golden Tentacle for Making Wolf), Anne Charnock (Kitschies and Philip K. Dick shortlists for A Calculated Life), Irenosen Okojie (winner of the Betty Trask award for Butterfly Fish) and Pete Sutton (Sick City Syndrome due in late 2016).

The events are proving really popular, this one having sold half the tickets over night, so RSVP early to get a seat! And if you miss out but want to come, join the waitlist – we can look at bigger venues, if there’s enough interest.

Unsung Live #5: Tuesday 18th October

Tuesday, Oct 18, 2016, 7:00 PM

The Star of Kings
126 York Way London, Greater London N1 0AX London, GB

43 Story Lovers Attending

Following on from the resounding success of Unsung Live #4, we’re happy to announce our return to The Star of Kings for our fifth evening of storytelling for fans of the best in contemporary speculative fiction.Reading this time:• Irenosen Okojie is a writer and Arts Project Manager. Her debut novel Butterfly Fish won a Betty Trask award. Her wor…

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