SHARED WORLDS AT MALAPROP'S: A FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION EXTRAVAGANZA!
|Every year for the past half-decade, young writers ages 13 to 17 have come from as far away as Japan, Canada, Germany and France to the Shared Worlds Science Fiction and Fantasy camp in South Carolina, to work with professional writers on creating the students’ own fantasy worlds and developing stories set in those worlds. Now, an international group of guest writers who are instructors at Shared Worlds are coming to Malaprop’s for a Fantasy and Science Fiction extravaganza featuring short readings, amusing anecdotes, information about the camp, and much more! Shared Worlds founder and co-director Jeremy L.C. Jones will host the event and will be joined by writers Nathan Ballingrud, Tobias Buckell, Will Hindmarch, Karin Lowachee, Naomi Novik, Ann VanderMeer, and Jeff VanderMeer.|
Tobias Buckell: Caribbean-born author Tobias Buckell currently lives in
Karin Lowachee: Born in South America, Karin Lowachee grew up in
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Ann VanderMeer: For five years Ann VanderMeer served as editor-in-chief of Weird Tales magazine, winning a Hugo Award for her efforts. In addition, she has edited ten anthologies over the past four years, including Best American Fantasy, The New Weird, Steampunk, Steampunk Reloaded, The Weird, and The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities.
Jeff VanderMeer: Critically acclaimed writer Jeff VanderMeer has won the World Fantasy Award twice, once for his fiction and once for his editing. He has also been a finalist for every major award in the science fiction and fantasy fields. His latest novel is Finch, latest anthology is The Weird, and latest nonfiction book is The Steampunk Bible. He also writes reviews for the New York Times Book Review, Los Angeles Times, and the Guardian. He is the co-director of the unique Shared Worlds teen science fiction and fantasy writing camp.
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