Join Us For our next event on November 5th 2018
Place: Steel Valley Roasters
Our next reading is all about the Triangulation Annual Anthology Series! We're inviting local authors and editors to share short stories from the anthology's rich history, and we're excited to share stories from the brand new Triangulation: Harmony and Dissonance.
Fall 2018 Authors
Douglas "Pete" Gwilym likes to burrow at the boundaries of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and the Weird. He writes stories about giant engineers, puppets of power, and occult dental surgeons. When it’s permitted, he likes to read his stories aloud, out in the world, and plays his own girlfriend in a rock opera about the impending psychic apocalypse. He edits a long-running, illustrated, international anthology of speculative fiction called Triangulation, and was on staff at Alpha Young Writers this year.
Frank Oreto is a writer and editor of weird fiction living in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and many children. His work has appeared in numerous publications including Metaphorosis, Owl Hollow Press, and Pseudopod. You can follow his exploits both literary and otherwise on twitter @FrankOreto or check out his author page at fb.me/FrankisWriting.
Diane Turnshek is a faculty member in the Department of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. She publishes short science fiction, mostly in Analog Magazine. In Pittsburgh, she started the Write or Die crit group in 1996, Alpha, the SF/F/H Workshop for Young Writers in 2002, the Parsec Ink Triangulation anthology series in 2003, and the CMU student club’s Speculative Fiction Lecture Series in 2014. She taught, “How to Write SF/F/H” at St. Vincent’s and CMU, and was a mentor in the MFA program for Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University for nine years. She served on the BoD of SFWA, ran the 2007 Nebula Award Weekend, and is active on the BoD of Parsec, Pittsburgh’s premier, literary, non-profit organization, teaching literacy and science through the enjoyment of science fiction.
More Authors Coming Soon!
Previously At Steel Valley Speculative Series
Satvika Neti, Megan Lynch, and Carrie Ann DiRisio at our second reading!
lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and their cat. She has sold over 130 short stories, and she edited the short fiction anthologies Triangulation: Lost Voices and Triangulation: Beneath the Surface. Her first novel, Left-Hand Gods, is available from Hadley Rille Books, and her short story collection, The Blood of Four Gods and Other Stories is available from Air and Nothingness Press.
In addition to writing, she spends her time reading, playing tabletop RPGs, baking, and hiking. You can find her online at www.jamielackey.com.
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