Produced and hosted by Jim Freund of Hour of the Wolf
Barbara Krasnoff, Richard Bowes
Doors open at 6:30. Program begins at 7.
The next reading for The New York Review of Science Fiction in February's reading falls on Groundhog Day, and so we thought we'd celebrate with two of our favorite writers. February's reading falls on Groundhog Day, and so we thought we'd celebrate with two of our favorite writers. Barbara Krasnoff has sold over 30 pieces of short fiction to a wide variety of publications. Anthologies include Memories and Visions: Women’s Fantasy & Science Fiction, Such A Pretty Face, Clockwork Phoenix 2 and 4, Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring ‘20s, Subversion: Science Fiction & Fantasy tales of challenging the norm, Fat Girl in a Strange Land, and Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction. Her stories have also appeared in the publications Amazing Stories, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Descant, Weird Tales, Sybil's Garage, Escape Velocity, Behind the Wainscot, Doorways, Apex, Electric Velocipede, Space and Time, Crossed Genres, Atomic Avarice, Cosmos, Voluted Dreams, Triptych Tales and Perihelion. Most recently, her story "With Triumph Home Unto Her House" has just appeared in Abyss and Apex, and she will have stories in Clockwork Phoenix 5 and a future issue of Mystic Delirium.
Barbara is also the author of a YA non-fiction book, Robots: Reel to Real, and is currently Sr. Reviews Editor for Computerworld. She is a member of the NYC writers group Tabula Rasa, and lives in Brooklyn, NY. Her website is BrooklynWriter.com.
Richard Bowes has published six novels, four story collections and over eighty short stories. He has won two World Fantasy Awards, a Lambda Award, a storySouth Million Writers Award, and an International Horror Guild Award. His most recent novel, Dust Devil On a Quiet Street, was on the 2014 World Fantasy and Lambda short lists.
A new edition of his 2005 novel, From The Files of the Time Rangers, a Nebula finalist, will appear later this year from Lethe Press.
Last year, his 9/11 story, "There’s A Hole In The City," got a very nice review in The New Yorker. Recent and forthcoming appearances include: Fantasy Magazine's Queers Destroy Fantasy special issue, Interfictions, Nightmare, Grendel Song, and the anthologies The Doll Collection and Black Feathers.
He is currently writing stories that will be chapters in an novel about life as a gay kid in 1950’s Boston.He is currently writing stories that will be chapters in an novel about life as a gay kid in 1950’s Boston. --- The New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series provides performances from some of the best writers in science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, etc.
We will have free cheese and crackers on hand, and the Cafe will see to your other needs. The Jenna freebie table will offer books and goodies, as will the raffle for any who donate.
After the event, please join us as we treat our readers for dinner and drinks at the cafe.
Admission is free. $7 donation suggested.