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Irreverent, satirical and original, in the past two decades Nick Earls has established himself as one of the most popular voices in contemporary Australian literature, while never forgetting to make his books utterly readable.
Nick’s latest novel is Analogue Men, a piercingly funny look at the technology crisis facing men who not too long ago thought of themselves as ‘young’ and who are now staring down the barrels of iPads, sexting and emoticons. Protagonist Andrew Van Fleet finds himself swamped by digital technology he can’t work out, saddled with teenagers who speak a language he doesn’t understand and under siege by his father’s short-tempered bulldog.
Nick is joined by author Chris Flynn for an evening of discussion about writing in the age of digital technology.
Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan's search for Alyss, the lost Princess of Wonderland, takes an unexpected detour when he must travel "within," guided by a mischievous and often maddening young girl named Nekko. Nekko's origin is a mystery, but her devotion to Hatter's quest is unwavering. After Nekko leads him on a fearless chase across the rooftops of 1871 San Francisco, Hatter Must acknowledge her as a teacher.
EVENT DETAILS TICKET (admits two) is free when you purchase Zen of Wonder from Changing Hands Bookstore. Letter groups (printed on top of ticket) will be called at 6pm to fill seats and designated standing room. If available, seating and standing room opens to those without tickets at 6:45pm. Space cannot be guaranteed for late arrivals. Booksigning line forms by assigned letter group after the presentation. Those without tickets may get their books signed after ticket-holders, if time allows. Event details may be subject to unannounced changes. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Frank Beddor dared to expose the true story of Wonderland in his novels The Looking Glass Wars, Seeing Redd, and Arch Enemy. To satisfy the awakened curiosity of his readers he continues to tell the parallel adventures of Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan's search for the lost princess in the geo-graphic novel series Hatter M. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Location: Street: 6428 S McClintock Dr. City: Tempe, Province: Arizona Postal Code: 85283 Country: United States (tillagd från IndieBound)… (mer)
Author Signing Kids Need to Read and Barnes & Noble Chandler present authors PJ Haarsma and Frank Beddor. From 2:00 to 4:00 pm, they will be meeting fans and signing books. (tillagd från Barnes & Noble)… (mer)
Frank Beddor, author of the best-selling Looking Glass Wars series and creator of the Hatter M. graphic novel, talks about the creation of his books, gives the story behind the story, and presents concept art from a wide array of artists who have visualized his text ---- Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night), Doug Chiang (Star Wars: Episode I), and Stephan Martiniere (I, Robot). He'll reveal the new online game The Card Soldier Wars, show a trailer for The Looking Glass Wars movie, and discuss how each of these mediums connect and extend The Looking Glass Wars universe. (lampbane)… (mer)