See Cory Doctorow on Tour for Radicalized!

Cory Doctorow’s Radicalized is a timely collection consisting of four SF novellas connected by social, technological, and economic visions of today and what America could be in the near, near future. The book publishes March 19th with Tor Books, and Doctorow is heading out on tour to celebrate! Check out the full list of dates and venues below.

Unauthorized Bread is a tale of immigration, the toxicity of economic and technological stratification, and the young and downtrodden fighting against all odds to survive and prosper.

In Model Minority, a Superman-like figure attempts to rectifiy the corruption of the police forces he long erroneously thought protected the defenseless…only to find his efforts adversely affecting their victims.

Radicalized is a story of a darkweb-enforced violent uprising against insurance companies told from the perspective of a man desperate to secure funding for an experimental drug that could cure his wife’s terminal cancer.

The fourth story, Masque of the Red Death, harkens back to Doctorow’s Walkaway, taking on issues of survivalism versus community.

 

Monday, March 18
Barnes and Noble The Grove with Lexi Alexander
Los Angeles, CA
7pm

Tuesday, March 19
Mysterious Galaxy
San Diego, CA
7:30pm

Wednesday, March 20
The Strand with Anand Giridharadas
NYC
7pm

Thursday, March 21
Toronto Reference Library
Toronto, Canada
7pm

Saturday, March 23
Panels/Signings at C2E2
Chicago, IL

Monday, March 25
Berkeley Arts and Letters at Hillside Club with Richard Kadrey
Berkeley, CA
7:30pm

Tuesday, March 26
Fort Vancouver Regional Library held at Clark College Campus
Fort Vancouver, WA
7pm

Thursday, March 28
Seattle Public Library
Seattle, WA
7pm

Sunday, April 7
Dark Delicacies
3512 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, CA
4pm

Sunday, April 14
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
USC Campus
Los Angeles, CA
3pm

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