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Nina Allan launches The Rift

Thursday 13th July 18:30 - 20:00 at Glasgow - Argyle Street

Nina Allan, shadow Clarke juror, fearsome science fiction critic, BSFA winner, and renowned short story author, launches her new novel, The Rift, a story of sibling rivalry, trust, and possibly other worlds... Nina will be in conversation with BFS-nominated local science fiction author Neil Williamson, author of The Moon King and The Memoirist, for what promises to be a fantastic and enlightening discussion! This is a great opportunity to hear from two acclaimed masters of science fiction, so don't miss out!

For those not yet familiar with Nina Allan's work, a quick biography!
Nina Allan's stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Best Horror of the Year #6, The Year's Best Science Fiction #33, and The Mammoth Book of Ghost Stories by Women. Her novella Spin, a science fictional re-imagining of the Arachne myth, won the BSFA Award in 2014, and her story-cycle The Silver Wind was awarded the Grand Prix de L'Imaginaire in the same year. Her debut novel The Race was a finalist for the 2015 BSFA Award, the Kitschies Red Tentacle, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Her second novel The Rift will be published by Titan Books in 2017. Nina lives and works in Rothesay, on the Isle of Bute.

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Glasgow - Argyle Street Waterstones, Glasgow - Argyle Street
Thursday 13th July 18:30 - 20:00

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