Check out my review of James Warner's novel All Her Father's Guns up on HTMLGiant. This is the third piece I've done for them, probably the most difficult and rewarding one to write.
Litquake is rocking the town this week. A couple of friends have been asking me for event recommendations, so I thought I'd post a few cool upcoming events below. Barely Published event on Saturday night was a blast; two fellow SFWW regulars Salvatore Zoida and Ken Yee made 200-something people laugh, yay!
October 10, 2011 - 7:00 PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers and Quiet Lightning Present: The Greenhouse Effect Summer Reading Series, V.3
San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers
October 11, 2011—12:00 PM
Lit & Lunch
111 Minna Gallery, 111 Minna St.
October 11, 2011—6:00 PM
10 Years Later: A Granta Conversation
The Book Club of California, 312 Sutter St., Suite 500
October 12, 2011—7:30 PM
The Fighter and The Writer: Litquake presents The Barbary Coast Award to Ishmael Reed
Z Space, 450 Florida St.
October 13, 2011—7:00 PM
Flight of Poets
Hotel Rex, 562 Sutter St.
October 14, 2011—7:00 PM
Jeffrey Eugenides at Books Inc. Opera Plaza
Books Inc. Opera Plaza, 601 Van Ness Ave.
October 14, 2011—8:00 PM
Nordic Noir: A Dark and Stormy Night of Scandinavian Crime Fiction
Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street
October 15, 2011—2:00 PM
Invisible City Audio Tours: Everywhere Man
Cable Car Turnaround, Market St. at Powell St.
And, of course, LitCrawl. Everyone must experience this, it's epic! Narrative Magazine will have an event in Phase 1, at 6 pm, at The Lab ( 2948 16th St). I'm definitely there :)