Anna Stephens, Anna Smith Spark, and Cameron Johnston talk Fantasy
Thursday 20th September 18:30 - 20:00 at Glasgow - Argyle Street
Three acclaimed writers of fantasy - Anna Stephens, Anna Smith Spark, and Cameron Johnston - join us to discuss the darker corners of the fantastic: gods, blood and guts, and beautiful writing!
Anna Stephens is the author of Godblind, one of the biggest fantasy debuts of 2017, a novel of border wars, violence, and crumbling kingdoms, and its sequel, Darksoul, where the stakes are only higher...
Anna Smith Spark was shortlisted for the David Gemmell Morningstar Award for Best Fantasy Newcomer for her debut The Court of Broken Knives, a beautiful novel of a fading imperial glory and intense politicking against a background of rising gods, and the sequel, The Tower of Living and Dying, has recently been published...
Glasgow's own Cameron Johnston's debut, The Traitor God, saw a sold-out launch earlier this summer, and is a tale of revenge and power worthy of the gods...
Join these three incredible writers to hear their thoughts on what makes the fantastic such a rich vein for writing, why gods are such fun to play with, and more; have a glass of wine; and get your books signed!
Tickets are free but booking is essential. There will be refreshments available.
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