Christopher Brown will signed and discuss Tropic of Kansas ($15.99).
Christopher Brown was nominated for a World Fantasy Award for the anthology Three Messages and a Warning: Contemporary Mexican Short Stories of the Fantastic. His short fiction has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies, including MIT Technology Review's "Twelve Tomorrows," The Baffler, and Stories for Chip.
Patrick Hemstreet will sign and discuss The God Peak (Voyager; $26.99).
Patrick Hemstreet is a novelist, neuro-engineer, entrepreneur, patent-pending inventor, special warfare-trained Navy medic, standup comic, and actor. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and sons. The God Wave is his first novel.
Marina Lostetter will sign and discuss Noumenon (Voyager; $15.99).
The open skies and dense forests of the Pacific Northwest are ideal for growing speculative fiction authors--or, at least, Marina J. Lostetter would like to think so. Originally from Oregon, she now resides in Arkansas with her husband, Alex. When not writing or drawing she can often be found reading spec-fic, or playing it (she enjoys a good zombie-themed board game now and again). And she does it all while globetrotting.
A Seattle Times Noteworthy Book of 2017
"Futurist as provocateur The world is sheer batshit genius . . . a truly hallucinatorily envisioned environment."--William Gibson, New York Times bestselling and award-winning author
"I can't wait to read what happens next."--James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author
"Patrick Hemstreet's debut, THE GOD WAVE, is a bombshell of a thriller full of everything I love: complicated characters, dynamic plotting, all set against a backdrop of a fantastic scientific premise. Here is a novel that demands to be read in one sitting, while leaving a lasting impact afterward.
A Publishers Weekly "Best Books of 2017" pick
A Kirkus Reviews "Best Books of 2017" pick
A B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasty Blog "Best SFF of 2017" pick