Portland SFWA reading TONIGHT (7/16), with Daniel H. Wilson, Isaac Marion, and Rhiannon Held http://t.co/NiEJsQKe#
SFWA member Edward Willett's two-act SF comedy Circle the Crops will be produced in Weyburn, Sask., next summer for the city's centennial. #
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Sand cats speak, ghost bikes roll, corpses disappear, and hedge mazes are more bewildering than you’ve ever imagined. These 11 fantasy/SF stories are “quirky and original” (Publishers Weekly) and will take you deep into other astonishing realities.
William Alexander wrote Goblin Secrets (National Book Award winner), Ghoulish Song (Mythopoeic Award finalist), Ambassador (International Latino Book Award finalist and Eleanor Cameron Award winner), and, most recently, Nomad (sequel to Ambassador).