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PREMIER EVENT: Warren Ellis in conversation with Robin Sloan

Tuesday, December 6, 2016, 7:30 p.m.

Normal

SORRY - THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

 

 

“A Drop of Whiskey with Warren Ellis”

Come join us for a drink with the award-winning writer Warren Ellis to celebrate the publication of his thrilling new book, Normal. After futurist Adam Dearden has a nervous breakdown in Rotterdam, he’s brought to a secluded recovery center in rural Oregon. As someone who stares into the abyss for a living, Adam sees things that other cannot. As he finds himself caught between factions at Normal Head Research Station, strange events start to overtake even the people who job is to predict the future. This crackling horror story was originally published as four digital originals and is collected in print here for the first time. Come join us for a very rare, very limited event with one of the genre’s rarest talents.

Each ticket includes one seat at the event, one copy of Normal, one beverage, and a place in the signing line. The author will sign his prose novels, but no graphic novels or memorabilia.

Robin Sloan is the author of the best-selling novel Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore. He splits his time between San Francisco and the internet. 

Warren Ellis is the award-winning writer of the new novella Normal, as well as the bestselling novels Gun Machineand Crooked Little Vein and the short story “Dead Pig Collector,” which was read by Wil Wheaton for the audiobook. He publishes two very weird newsletters, Morning Computer and Orbital Operations, which give fans insight into his working process. Readers also know him from graphic novels like TransmetropolitanFellGlobal Frequency and Planetary, as well as the movies Red and Iron Man 3, which were adapted from his works. He is currently working on a non-fiction book about the future of cities. A documentary about his work, Captured Ghosts, was released in 2012. He lives on the southeast coast of England, way out on the Thames Delta.

Read the review from Kirkus HERE