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SF in SF with Gail Carriger, Izzy Wasserstein, and Amy Sundberg

Please join SF in SF for a fabulous evening with GAIL CARRIGER, AMY SUNDBERG, and IZZY WASSERSTEIN! Each author will read a selection from their work, followed by question and answers with the authors; booksigning follows. Author Carter Scholz will be speaking at this event, as we continue to mourn the loss of author Terry Bisson.

The event will be moderated by author Cliff Winnig.

About the Authors:

GAIL CARRIGER writes books that are hugs, mostly comedies of manners mixed with steampunk, urban fantasy, and sci-fi (plus cozy queer joy as G. L. Carriger). These include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, Tinkered Stars, the San Andreas Shifter series for adults, and the Finishing School and Tinkered Starsong series for young adults. In addition, she’s published the nonfiction book, The Heroine’s Journey. She is published in many languages, has over a million books in print, over a dozen New York Times and USA Today bestsellers, and starred reviews in Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus, and Romantic Times. Learn more about this fascinating and versatile author, plus get early access, specials, and exclusives via her website at

AMY SUNDBERG is the author of the recently released YA science fiction novel My Stars Shine Darkly as well as the novel To Travel the Stars, a YA retelling of Pride and Prejudice set in space. Her novels feature intrepid heroines, refined prose, and questions of agency, power, and possibility. She also reports on local news with an emphasis on public safety and the criminal legal system in Seattle and Washington State. Learn more, plus subscribe to her newsletter, at visit


IZZY WASSERSTEIN teaches writing and literature, writes poetry and fiction, and shares a house with a variety of animal companions and the writer Nora E. Derrington. A Lambda Literary Award finalist, she’s the author of two poetry collections, When Creation Falls (Meadowlark Press (2018) and This Ecstasy They Call Damnation, the short story collection All the Hometowns You Can’t Stay Away From, and her brand-new novella, These Fragile Graces, This Fugitive Heart (Tachyon, 2024). Learn more at


To learn more visit the SF in SF website.



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