Celebrate the Launch of Laurie Penny’s Everything Belongs to the Future!

On October 17th at 8 PM, join us at McNally Jackson Books in New York City to celebrate the launch of Laurie Penny’s new Tor.com Publishing novella Everything Belongs to the Future!

Laurie will be joined by New York Times bestselling author Maria Dahvana Headley (Magonia, Aerie) for a conversation, and you can pick up your copy of Everything Belongs to the Future the day before it releases everywhere else. RSVP here, and learn more about Laurie and Maria below!

Laurie Penny is a contributing editor and columnist for the New Statesman and a frequent writer on social justice, pop culture, gender issues, and digital politics for the Guardian, the New Inquiry, Salon, the Nation, Vice, the New York Times, and many other publications. Her blog Penny Red was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize in 2010. In 2012, Britain’s Tatler magazine described her as one of the top “100 people who matter.” Her nonfiction book Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies, and Revolution was published by Bloomsbury (2014). Her science fiction debut, Everything Belongs to the Future, is a bloody-minded tale of time, betrayal, desperation and hope, available globally in print and ebook on October 18th. Read an excerpt here, and find Laurie on Twitter @PennyRed.

Maria Dahvana HeadleyHeadley-Aerie is the New York Times-bestselling author of the young adult sky kingdom novels Aerie and Magonia (one of PW’s Best Books of 2015), the alt history novel Queen of Kings, and the internationally-bestselling memoir The Year of Yes. With Kat Howard she is the author of The End of the Sentence, one of NPR’s Best Books of 2014, and with Neil Gaiman, she is co-editor of the #1 NYT-Bestselling young adult monster anthology, Unnatural Creatures, which benefited 826DC. Her short stories have been included in many year’s best anthologies, including this year’s edition of Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy, edited by Karen Joy Fowler and John Joseph Adams, and have been finalists for the Nebula and Shirley Jackson Awards. Her essays have been published and written about everywhere from The New York Times to Harvard’s Nieman Storyboard.

Headley’s upcoming fiction includes The Mere Wife—a novel melding Beowulf to Revolutionary Road—and a short story collection from editor Sean McDonald at Farrar, Straus & Giroux. For HarperCollins, she’s at work on The Combustible, a queer superhero and supervillain story, as well as another YA novel. Her work has been supported by the MacDowell Colony, and Arte Studio Ginestrelle, among others. Find her at @MARIADAHVANA on Twitter, or on her website.


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