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PUBLICATION DAY HAS ARRIVED! At the Table of Wolves is now availableand I’m very excited to be out and about signing, presenting, and generally showing up here and there. Please drop by and say hello!

July 12. SEATTLE. Reading and signing, University Book Store with Nancy Kress, who will be reading from Tomorrow’s Kin.

July 15. LEAVENWORTH, WA. Signing, A Book For All Seasons. 2:00–4:00 PM.

July 18. PODCAST interview, Bill Kenower’s Author to Author; 2:00 PM PDT, and available for later listening, too.

July 20. WENATCHEE, WA. Signing and talk. Wenatchee Library. 6:30 PM.

July 21-23. SEATTLE. Pacific Northwest Writers Association Conference;   Friday, 8 PM Autograph party; Saturday, 10 AM The Glorious Middle of the Novel; Saturday, 4 PM Landscapes of Fantasy: From Mythic to Diesel Punk.

August 4-6. PORTLAND, OR. Presentations and signing. Willamette Writers Conference, Portland, OR. Sat. 3:30, Landscapes of Fantasy: From Mythic to Diesel Punk; Sunday, 8 AM,
The Glorious Middle: The hidden structure of pages 100-300

August 29, 10 AM. PODCAST interview. Susan Wingate’s Dialogue Between the Lines. 10:00 AM and available for later listening, too.

November 2-5. SAN ANTONIO, TX. World Fantasy convention. Schedule TBA.

November 18-20. PORTLAND, OR. Orycon science fiction and fantasy convention.

Hope to see you: friends, readers, acquaintances, fellow authors!

To order:

www.amazon.com.

B&N.

Signed copy.

2 Responses

  1. Bree says:

    Dear Kay Kenyon. Thanks so much for all your wonderful books! I’ve read several of the stand-alone novels, but just finished the 4-book series “The Entire and the Rose”. My husband and I both absolutely loved it! The characterization was incredible, all the worlds were believable and it’s the best hard-core sci-fi series I’ve read since Frank Herbert’s “Dune”. Thank you, thank you, thank you! keep up the good work. (BREE & JB in Central Texas)

  2. Kay says:

    Hi Bree and JB. Thanks for those very kind words! It was one of my favorite worlds; it was as though I slipped into that alternate universe and kept finding more and more about it as I went. I’m glad to see that, several years on, it still has “coat tails” and people continue to discover it. Thanks so much!

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