Fantasy in the Court 2013

Goldsboro books are hosting a fantastic free event on March 28th: Fantasy in the Court will be the first of what will be an annual event celebrating fantasy and science fiction, described as “an informal gathering for fans of this genre to meet the best fantasy and science fiction writers published today.”

Already confirmed to attend are authors Luke Skull (whose fantasy debut, The Grim Company, published by Head of Zeus, is sponsoring the event, and being launched that night), Seth Patrick, Paul Cornell, Mark Charan Newton, Jeff Noon, John Gwynne, Francis Knight, Benedict Jacka, S. L. Grey, Sarah Pinborough, Stephen Deas, James Barclay, Ben Aaronovich, Mike Carey, Linda Carey and Louise Carey, David Wingrove, and Chris Beckett, with the promise of further authors to be confirmed later.

Although this event is free, those wishing to attend are advised to email to secure their place.

The event is taking place between 6pm and 9pm at Goldsboro Books Ltd, 23-25 Cecil Court Road, London, WC2N 4EZ

SCULL_01_The Grim Company



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About Donna Scott

Chair of the BSFA since June 2013. Prior to this I was Awards Administrator, taking over that role from Claire Briarley in 2008. I am officially Donna Bond since getting married in May 2013, but continue to write and perform under my previous name, Donna Scott. My short fiction stories have been published in various anthologies and magazines, and I was winner of the inaugural Short Cuts at the MAC in 2005. As a comedian, I have performed all over the UK. Comedy has also given me the opportunity to perform alongside big names like Sarah Millican and Jasper Carrott! As a poet, I've also performed all over the place, including lots of science fiction conventions, and sometimes my poetry and comedy get kind of mixed up. I was the first official Bard of Northampton, it's true. I've got a tankard that says so... I love being a part of the BSFA - I've always been a devourer of books and being part of this association has enabled me to explore some great science fiction classics - and classics of the future, that I might otherwise have not heard about. I've met some lovely people with an enthusiasm for the genre, made firm friends, and got to meet some of my favourite writers, too! As a writer, I also have to say that FOCUS is the best magazine for writers I've ever come across - and as a member I get that for free. Who wouldn't want to be a part of this?

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