The New York Review of Science Fiction Readings on July 6 features Saladin Ahmed, a past finalist for the John W. Campbell Award and the Nebula Award, with Paolo Bacigalupi, whose debut novel The Windup Girl won a Nebula, a Locus Award and is in contention for other awards.
The full press release follows the jump.
For immediate release
Contact: Jim Freund
The New York Review of Science Fiction Readings
Tuesday, July 6th — Doors open 6:30 PM
SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street (directions and links below)
Just when you thought the 20th Anniversary series was over, we keep coming up with surprises. But with a lineup like this, we just had to extend for at least one more month.
Saladin Ahmed has been a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award, the Nebula Award for Best Short Story, and the Harper’s Pen Award for Best Sword & Sorcery/Heroic Fantasy Short Story. His fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Clockwork Phoenix 2, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Drabblecast, PodCastle, Expanded Horizons, and the Portuguese F/SF magazine Bang!. His poetry has earned fellowships from the University of Michigan, Brooklyn College, and the Bronx Council on the Arts, and has appeared in over a dozen journals and anthologies. He was born in Detroit and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and twins. His Web site is http://saladinahmed.com
Paolo Bacigalupi’s writing has appeared in High Country News, Salon.com, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine. It has been anthologized in various “Year’s Best” collections of short science fiction and fantasy, nominated for three Nebula and five Hugo Awards, and won the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for best sf short story of the year.
His debut novel THE WINDUP GIRL was named by TIME Magazine as one of the ten best novels of 2009, has won the Nebula Award and was nominated for the Hugo. His short story collection PUMP SIX AND OTHER STORIES was a 2008 LOCUS Award winner for Best Collection and also named a Best Book of the Year by Publishers Weekly. His most recent novel, SHIP BREAKER, has just been released from Little, Brown. He currently lives in Western Colorado with his wife and son, where he is working on a new novel. His Web site is http://windupstories.com
The New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series is celebrating its 20th season of providing performances from some of the best writers in science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, etc. The series usually takes place the first Tuesday of every month, but maintains flexibility in time and place, so be sure to stay in touch through the mailing list and the Web.
Admission is by a $5 donation. If circumstances make this a hardship, let us know and we will accommodate you.
Jim Freund is Producer and Executive Curator of The New York Review of Science Fiction Readings. He has been involved in producing radio programs of and about literary sf/f since 1967. His long-running live radio program, “Hour of the Wolf,” broadcasts and streams every Saturday morning from 5:00 to 7:00. The broadcasts are also available as a stream ‘on-demand’ for 2 weeks after broadcast at http://archive.wbai.org
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art ( http://sohodigart.com) is dedicated to re-establishing SoHo as an international center for the development of new artistic forms, concepts and ideas. A screens-instead-of-canvases approach allows a wide selection of art from around the world which would otherwise never make it to the City. The SGDA is availible for private gatherings and events of all kinds. For bookings call (800) 420-5590 or visit http://sohogallerynyc.com
Doors open at 6:30 — event begins at 7
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street (between Houston & Prince St.)
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