Tomorrow I'm doing a New York Review of Science Fiction reading at the SoHo Gallery for Digital Art in New York City. Also reading will be the extraordinarily fine writer Richard Bowes. So this will be a great evening and everybody within striking distance of SoHo is urged to attend.
The basics are:
Tuesday, Sept 10th -- doors open 6:30 PM
$7 suggested donation
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street (between Houston & Prince St.)
Because I finished my new novel Chasing the Phoenix yesterday, I'll be breaking with my usual practice and reading the first chapter instead of a story. But don't panic! The chapter takes the form of a stand-alone story with a beginning, middle, and an end. So you're not going to be left hanging.
Chasing the Phoenix is a Darger & Surplus book which takes sometime after the events in Dancing with Bears but is absolutely and without quibble a stand-alone novel. Between books, the two rogues passed through Siberia into Mongolia and down into China, which has broken down into many warring states. This voyage has changed one of them profoundly . . . but you'll have to show up at the reading to find out how.
There's a map, if you need one here. See you tomorrow!