SFF Panel with Adrian Tchaikovsky, Lauren Beukes and Justin Lee Anderson

Thursday 4th April 2024
18:30 at Waterstones, Manchester - Deansgate

SFF Panel with Adrian Tchaikovsky, Lauren Beukes and Justin Lee Anderson

Join us for a night of all things Sci-Fi and Fantasy at our fantastic panel event, featuring multi-award-winning authors Adrian Tchaikovsky (Children of Time), Lauren Beukes (Shining Girls) and Justin Lee Anderson (the Eidyn Saga). The trio will be chatting about their latest works and answering audience questions, followed by a signing.

Tchaikovsky's ALIEN CLAY is a disturbing and prescient slice of space opera, as a professor condemned to study on a forbidding alien planet that holds a tantalising secret.

Beukes' BRIDGE is a scintillatingly realised slice of speculative fiction, as the daughter of a maverick scientist stumbles upon a potential gateway to other worlds.

Anderson's THE BITTER CROWN, second in his stunning Eidyn Saga, returns readers to a world where the war for a kingdom exits the shadows now that a terrifying secret has been revealed.

About the authors

ADRIAN TCHAIKOVSKY was born in Lincolnshire before heading off to Reading to study psychology and zoology. For reasons unclear even to himself he subsequently ended up in law and has worked as a legal executive in both Reading and Leeds, where he now lives with his wife and son. He's the author of the critically acclaimed Shadows of the Apt series, the Echoes of the Fall trilogy, The Doors of Eden, and The Final Architecture series. Children of Time was the winner of the 30th Anniversary Arthur C. Clarke Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. 

LAUREN BEUKES is the award-winning and internationally bestselling author of The Shining Girls, adapted by AppleTV+ starring Elisabeth Moss, as well as Zoo City, which won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Moxyland, Broken Monsters, and Afterland. Her novels have been published in twenty-four countries, and she's also a screenwriter, comics writer, journalist, and award-winning documentary maker. She lives in London with two trouble cats and her daughter.

JUSTIN LEE ANDERSON was a professional writer and editor for 15 years before his debut novel Carpet Diem was published and won the 2018 Audie award for humour. His second novel, The Lost War, won the 2020 SPFBO award. Born in Scotland, he spent his childhood in the US thanks to his dad's football (soccer) career, and also lived in the south of France for three years. He now lives with his family just outside his hometown of Edinburgh.
Manchester - Deansgate Waterstones, Manchester - Deansgate
Thursday 4th April 2024

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