Catch Up With Tor.com Publishing Authors This Fall!

Tor.com Publishing is spread across the globe, and we have authors appearing at conventions and readings in New York, the U.K., and San Francisco before the year is out. Here’s everywhere you can see our authors, including Seanan McGuire, Angela Slatter, Victor LaValle, and Sylvia Spruck Wrigley this November and December! Plus catch our editor, Lee Harris, along with Angela and other members of the Tor.com Publishing team at the World Fantasy Convention 2015.

Check out the full list of events below!

November 4th
Angela Slatter (Of Sorrow and Such)
Reading at Kill Bar at Times Scare
New York, NY

November 5th to November 8th
Angela Slatter, Lee Harris
World Fantasy Con
Saratoga Springs, NY

November 9th
Seanan McGuire (Every Heart a Doorway)
7 pm Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy panel at Forbidden Planet
New York, NY

November 10th
Seanan McGuire
7 pm NYRSF Reading Series at The Commons Brooklyn
With Carmen Maria Machado and John Joseph Adams
Brooklyn, NY

Victor LaValle (The Ballad of Black Tom)
7 pm First Personal Plural Reading Series at Shrine in Harlem
With Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Margo Jefferson, and Emily Raboteau
New York, NY

November 11th
Seanan McGuire
7:30 pm Press Start to Play at WORD Jersey City
With John Joseph Adams, Robin Wasserman, and David Barr Kirtley
Jersey City, New Jersey

November 24th
Seanan McGuire
7 pm Mira Grant presents Chimera at WORD Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY

November 27th-29th
Seanan McGuire
Chessiecon
Timonium, MD

November 29th
Sylvia Spruck Wrigley (Domnall and the Borrowed Child)
Wales Comic-Con
Glyndwr University, Wrexham, U.K.

December 5th
Seanan McGuire
3 pm Mira Grant presents Chimera at Borderlands Books
San Francisco, CA

And from December 13th to December 25th, Paul Cornell (Witches of Lychford) will run his annual Twelve Blogs of Christmas at his blog, paulcornell.com, with daily features, essays, guests, and surprises!

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