The fall convention season is upon us, and my first novel, the post-apocalyptic-steampunk-circus Mechanique, comes out next year. Those two things combined mean that I’ll be giving some readings from Mechanique in the next few months, and you should totally come and hear them!
So, in order to keep things moderately organized (and to give me an opportunity to use this totally bitchin’ graphic*), I present:
THE CIRCUS TRESAULTI READING TOUR
(For certain values of “tour”. Also, of “circus.” The “reading” part is pretty solid, though.)
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The Washington Post reviews Girls at the Kingfisher Club: "Genevieve Valentine weaves a mesmerizing, surreal retelling of 'The Twelve Dancing Princesses'."
Ten Reasons You Should Be Watching Penny Dreadful, io9.com, June 2014
Mad Men Approaches its Last Hiatus Wearing its Past Like Armor, AV Club, May 2014
The Musketeers is a cheeky, swashbuckling good time, AV Club, June 2014
Book Your Trip (various), NPR.org, June 2014
[Fiction] "Eighty Miles an Hour All the Way to Paradise," Robot Uprisings, April 2014
Elementary, "No Lack of Void," AV Club, April 2014
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I had a lot of fun in this interview (the childrens’ equivalent of which, Cricket, I grew up reading), where I pretended to know what I was talking about re: alternate history, talked a little about Persona, talked some shit about the Victorians, and made cats illegal to prove a point.