This month the Fantastic Fiction at KGB reading series, hosted by Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant, presents a reading from Datlow’s Inferno with:
John Grant: his most recent books are the nonfiction Corrupted Science and the anthology New Writings in the Fantastic. Having recently finished a mosaic novel for grown-ups and a cute verse story about a dinosaur for kids, he’s currently working on a further history-of-science book and, with his other hand, on a book about film noir.
Jeffrey Ford: author of the novels The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque and The Girl in the Glass, and the story collection, The Empire of Ice Cream. In 2008 he will have out a new novel, The Shadow Year, and a new collection, The Drowned Life. His short stories have appeared in the anthologies, The Dark, The Faery Reel, The Coyote Road, Wizards, Eclipse#1, Feeling Very Strange, and The Best of Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet.
Elizabeth Bear: author most recently of the novel Dust, an adventure story set aboard a doomed generation ship. Forthcoming this summer are the next two novels in her Promethean Age fantasy series, Ink & Steel and Hell & Earth.
Nathan Ballingrud: his short fiction has been published in SCI FICTION, The Third Alternative, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Inferno, The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, Seventeenth Annual Collection, and will be in the forthcoming Twenty-Second Annual Collection.
It all happens on Wednesday February 20th at 7pm at KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street (just off 2nd Ave, upstairs.)
KGB photos of Marly Youmans and Dan Braum from the January 16 reading can be found here: January KGB