Forthcoming Appearances

Hello, hello, hello dear friends and readers!

I am so excited because as more of these huge, many-year projects are coming to fruition, I’ll be amping up appearances and performances to share my work with you!

I am so looking forward to sharing tantalizing appetizers of Saint Death’s Daughter and my Dark Breakers collection, as well as all the short stories, poetry, and TTRPG game Negocios Infernales that Carlos and I have been collaborating on!

To that end, here are a few places you’ll be able to see me–and often Carlos!–and some of our friends in the coming months! Many virtual experiences, and some in-person too!

September 18, 4 PM

Clock Star Rose Spine: Fran Wilde Virtual Poetry Tour

Fran Wilde is the Nebula Award-winning author of Updraft and Riverland, and she’s also a three-time Hugo Award finalist, a World Fantasy Award finalist, and a Locus Award finalist for prior work. She also has a middle grade fantasy novel coming out this June titled The Ship of Stolen Words. She will be in conversation with C.S.E. Cooney, author of Desdemona and the Deep.

– from the Eventbrite invite

Read more about Fran Wilde’s virtual tour for “Clock Star Rose Spine” at Lanternfish Press’s website!

September 28th, 7 PM

Ample Hills Reading: Randee Dawn, E. C. Ambrose, C. S. E. Cooney

A brand-new reading series is underway! Starting in 2021, the Ample Hills Creamery opened its upstairs to a special Rooftop Reading series curated by Randee Dawn, featuring a variety of emerging and established writers reading from their current works. Each month will feature different authors of different genres — science-fiction, fantasy, horror, young adult, mystery, humor … the sky’s the limit!

And bonus: There’s ice cream involved!

– from Randee Dawn’s blog

Read more about Ample Hills HERE!

Get Tickets HERE!

Sept 30-October 1

Origins Authors Library at the Origins Game Fair: with

Origins Game Fair (#originsgamefair) is the annual tabletop gaming convention held each year in Columbus, OH. On top of the 2,000+ gaming events scheduled throughout the week, we offer a wide variety of other activities including a massive 82,000+ square foot vendor hall with more than 200 exhibitors selling board games, puzzles, TCGs, minis and RPG games, Artist Alley, clothing and game related accessories plus video game tournament and retro video games, cosplay contest, LARPs, livestreaming program featuring play-through Dungeon & Dragons game, a robust Film Festival, Authors Area with workshops and readings from some of your favorite writers, a full schedule of Anime Programming, and even Comedy and Music Shows!

The Origins Library is designed to provide authors the opportunity to interact with their fans, sign autographs, sell books, and lead seminars during the show. Each of them have also participated in the Origins Anthology by contributing a short story to the publication. You can pick up a copy of Anthology from the Origins Store.

– from originsgamefair.com

November 17th, 7 PM

KGB Bar Fantastic Fiction Reading: C. S. E. Cooney and Robert V. S. Redick

Fantastic Fiction at KGB is a monthly speculative-fiction reading series held on the third Wednesday of every month originally at the KGB Bar in New York City, and now on YouTube, hosted by Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel.

FantasticFiction.org

Robert V. S. Redick the author of The Fire Sacraments epic fantasy trilogy. His new novel, SIDEWINDERS (Book II in the trilogy) is a desert adventure, a meditation on peace and war, a book about brothers with a love/hate relationship, as well as dastardly global criminal networks, demon children and flying jellyfish.

– bio freely adapted from Robert V. S. Redick’s amazon.com author page

Where: KGB Bar (website): 85 East 4th Street (just off 2nd Ave) New York, NY 10003 map

Website HERE

December Date TBA

New York Review of Science Fiction: Reading with C. S. E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez

A group for the discussion and promotion of the New York Review of Science Fiction Readings. These events are *generally* held the first Tuesday of every month. For the duration of the pandemic, all events are virtual, and may be seen in this group; and we may extend the live venues. 

– from NYRSF’s Facebook Group Page

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