The new year is coming right on down the tracks, and that means — lining up good reading for 2023 and! making travel plans.
Here are a few datapoints to help you plan.
January 3, 2023: Chicks in Tank Tops publication date. Edited by Jason Cordova, with brand new stories from Esther Friesner, Kevin Ikenberry, Jody Lynn Nye, Joelle Presby, Marisa Wolf, Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, and? More! No, honestly, there’s a whole lot of good reading in this book, and you don’t want to miss out. Available from your favorite bookstore.
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January 5, 2023: Rembrandt’s Station by Christie Meierz releases, a happy fact that will be celebrated by a Zoom launch party on January 7. Steve and I will be there, and hope that you will, too. Party details here
February 17-19, 2023: Boskone 60. GOHs: Nalo Hopkinson, Vito Ngai, Tui T. Sutherland, Dave Clement. Steve Miller and Sharon Lee will be attending in person after a several year gap. We cannot yet reveal our schedules, but we can say that we will be reading from Salvage Right, the 100th Lee and Miller collaboration; participating in a few panels, and hosting a kaffeeklatsch. Hope to see you there. Here’s your link to register
February 28, 2023: The anniversary re-issue of the classic Liaden Regency, Scout’s Progress, with a new and exciting cover by Sam Kennedy, and! a new foreword by the authors, releases from All the Usual Suspects.
Looking a little further down the line — April 28-30, 2023: Heliosphere 2023. GOHs: Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, David M. Mattingly. Registration is open and though it is a thought over four months away, we urge you to register now. Heliosphere is a small con and depends on its pre-registrations. Here’s your link.
And, going way, way out, now — July 4, 2023, Salvage Right, the 25th novel set in the Liaden Universe® created by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller back in the last century, releases from all of your favorite bookstores.
. . . I think that’s enough to get us started.
Here ends the year-end advertising special.