Wednesday, October 28th from 6:30 – 8:00 pm – a huge group signing with 24 authors, taking place in the soon-to-be Borderlands Cafe at 870 Valencia (right next door). The lineup includes:

  • Gail Carriger – new author of the hugely popular novel Soulless, Borderlands’ bestselling paperback in October
  • David Drake – renowned master of military science fiction
  • Steven Erikson and Ian Cameron Esslemont – co-creators of the fabulously successful Malazan Empire books in a rare appearance
  • Graham Joyce – distinguished winner of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Awards
  • Patricia McKillip – beloved fantasy author and winner of the World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement
  • L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – Incredibly prolific and respected fantasy and science fiction writer
  • Garth Nix – Popular young adult fantasy author of The Abhoresen Trilogy and many others
  • S.M. Stirling – one of the world’s premier authors of alternate histories (Dies The Fire and its sequels)
  • Michael Swanwick – Multiple-award winning author of The Iron Dragon’s Daughter
  • Bill Willingham – creator of the graphic novel Fables
  • And many more writers, artists and editors including James Anderson, Carol Berg, David B. Coe, Kate Elliott, David Lunde, John Picacio, Barbara and Christopher Roden, Mark Sebanc, Mark Van Name and Zoran Zivkovic

Monday, November 2nd from 6:30 – 8:00 pm – 21 more authors including Paolo Bacigalupi, Laird Barron, Marie Brennan, Lynn Ceasar, Ellen Datlow, Nancy Etchemendy, Cody Goodfellow, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Cecelia Holland, Elaine Isaak, Mary Robinette Kowal, Ellen Kushner, Nick Mamatas, Diana Paxson, Tony Richards, Michael Shea, Delia Sherman, John Skipp, Anna Tambour, and Brent Weeks!

Tuesday, November 3rd at 7:00 pm – features an Interfictions 2 reading with Amelia Beamer, Delia Sherman, Anna Tambour and Ray Vukcevich.

Saturday, November 7th at 3:00 pm – meet Katharine Kerr as she presents the The Silver Mage, the final novel in The Silver Wyrm series

It’s all happening at Borderland Books, 866 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA.

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