(PRWEB) August 6, 2004
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
This is the first announcement for Australian SF author K. A. Bedford's 2004 Canadian-American Book Tour
K. A. Bedford will be reading from
(his hardboiled cyberpunk science fiction novel)
(his forthcoming dark science fiction novel - available in 2005 from EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing)
K. A. Bedford will be at the following locations:
(additional locations will be announced on http://www.edgewebsite.com)
Vancouver - The Grind Coffee Shop
August 17, 2004: 7:30 pm - 4124 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Also reading: New York Times best selling author, Lisa Smedman - from her new novel THE APPARITION TRAIL , a steam punk alternate history adventure about Mounties, Mystery and Magic in a Canada that might have been (due for release in USA in the Fall), for more information about THE APPARITION TRAIL visit http://www.edgewebsite.com
"Apparition Trail's psychic Mountie Marmaduke Grayburn is destined to become the next great North American cult hero. It doesn't matter where you're from - you'll love him and this amazing adventure with a twist!" David Wilson - reviewer.
Calgary - McNally-Robinson Bookstore
August 19, 2004: 7:30 pm - 120 8th Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Canada
Regina - The Book and Brier Patch
August 23, 2004: 7:30 pm - 4065 Albert Street, Regina, SK, Canada
Saskatoon - McNally-Robinson Bookstore
August 24, 2004: 7:30 pm - 3130 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Toronto - The World's Biggest Bookstore
August 26: 7:30 pm - 20 Edward Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
New York - The KGB Bar
August 30, 2004: 7:00 pm - 85 East 4th Street (on the 2nd floor), New York, NY, USA
Boston - The 62nd World Science Fiction Convention
September 2 - 6, 2004: Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA, USA
Mark your calendar NOW!
You don't want to miss this amazing author's book tour!
Media Kit available (click to download 731 KB .pdf file):
"K. A. Bedford is a writer easily capable of taking his place with better-known contemporary sf authors like Alister Reynolds, Ken McLeod, and Paul McAuley." - David Mead, New York Review of Science Fiction
"ORBITAL BURN is a very complex, very imaginative piece of science fiction. K.A. Bedford has put together a very interesting piece of work here, one that was entertaining to the very last page. Give this author and ORBITAL BURN a look." - Lisa Ramaglia, reviewer
"Bedford also raises some serious issues, using the interplay between disposables, synthetic minds, augmented animals, and a woman artificially enabled to live beyond her death to intelligently explore questions of free will, humanity, and the existence or nonexistence of the soul." - Victoria Strauss, SFsite.com