DIESEL welcomes Charlie Jane Anders and Parker Peevyhouse
They'll discuss aspects of the science fiction genre regarding their new books, All the Birds in the Sky and Where Futures End
Saturday, April 30, 2 pm
Young Adult fiction and Science Fiction may seem like different worlds, but often there are links between these two genres that readers don't always consider. Teens are pulled toward adult fiction of all kinds, whilst adults read YA too (although usually more secretively). For Independent Bookstore Day, DIESEL is proud to bring together two authors who have recently written excellent science fiction books to read from and discuss their work and the idea of crossing over genre boundaries, just as their characters cross between different worlds.
Charlie Jane Anders is an American journalist, editor, and fiction writer. Her novel Choir Boy won a Lambda Literary Award in 2005. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is managing editor of the science fiction website io9.
Parker Peevyhouse teaches part time at a tutoring center and a K-8 school. She loves puzzles, games, and riddles of all kinds and can't pass up a chance to take in California's amazing scenery. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her family. Where Futures End is her debut novel.
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Market Entertainment - Saturday, April 30
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