The New York Review of Science Fiction
South Street Seaport Museum Present
The Eighth of February Writer's Group
Monday, February 7th, 7 o'clock
Hosted and guest-curated by William Shunn, featuring Richard Bowes, Jae Brim, David Barr Kirtley, Barbara Krasnoff, and Robert J. Howe.
The 8TH OF FEBRUARY GROUP is a private writing workshop specializing in science fiction and fantasy which meets monthly in Manhattan. It is named for Jules Verne, the genre pioneer who was born on that date in 1828. The workshop was founded by Robert J. Howe and William Shunn, both 1985 graduates of the Clarion Workshop, and has just celebrated its first anniversary.
RICHARD BOWES has published dozens of stories and five books. He has won the World Fantasy Award and the Lambda Literary Award, and has twice been nominated for the Nebula Award. Upcoming are stories in Nebula Awards Showcase 2005, Postscripts 3, and Datlow/Windling's Tricksters; collection Streetcar Dreams from PS Publishing in England; and novel From the Files of the Time Rangers from Golden Gryphon.
JAE BRIM's short fiction has appeared in Writers of the Future and Strange Horizons. She attended Ithaca College and the National Theatre Institute for acting and directing and the Clarion Workshop for speculative fiction, and studied theatre in London.
ROBERT J. HOWE has published short fiction in Analog, Weird Tales, Salon, Newer York, and other markets. His novelette, "Entropy's Girlfriend," is forthcoming in Analog. He is co-founder, with William Shunn, of the 8th of February Group.
DAVID BARR KIRTLEY's short fiction appears in magazines such as Realms of Fantasy, Weird Tales, On Spec, and Cicada, and in anthologies such as New Voices in Science Fiction. His most recent publication is "Veil of Ignorance" in the anthology All the Rage This Year. http://www.sff.net/people/davekirtley/
BARBARA KRASNOFF's stories have appeared in the magazines Amazing Stories, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, and Descant, and in the anthologies Memories & Visions: Women's Fantasy and Science Fiction and Such A Pretty Face. Most recently, her story "Hearts and Minds" appeared in the December issue of Weird Tales.
WILLIAM SHUNN's short fiction has appeared in Salon, F&SF, Science Fiction Age, Realms of Fantasy, Electric Velocipede, and other markets. He has been nominated for the Nebula Award and honored by the Association for Mormon Letters. His short story "The Ice Queen" is forthcoming in Storyteller.
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