Zeroes tour week 2
- Fort Collins, CO
- St Paul, MN
- Lansing, MI
- Nashville, TN
Details in this earlier post.
Because talking is hard enough without all those 'st's
There’s Ethan, aka Scam, who’s got a voice inside him that’ll say anything you want to hear, whether it’s true or not. There’s Chizara, aka Crash, who can bring technology to its knees; Riley, aka Flicker, who can see through anyone’s eyes but her own; Thibault, aka Anonymous, who’s out of sight, out of mind; Nataniel, aka Bellwether, who can focus any crowd’s energy on a single goal; and Kelsie, who can amp up or damp down a mob’s emotions. They were all born in the year 2000, and live in Cambria, California. Their abilities make them anything but heroes—until a high stakes crisis changes everything.Here is Scott's blog post about Zeroes. That's probably where the liveliest Zeroes talk is going to be going down. Most people's first question has been, "How does this collaboration business work? Are you each writing a book?" And the answer is, the process works really well. And no, all three of us are collaborating on each book. There are six characters, so we each draft for two characters' viewpoints and then poke and prod at each other's chapters to make them all fit together. So far, there have been no assaults. Raised voices, because we're all pretty passionate and opinionated. And more tears of laughter than solo writing usually gives rise to.
A collection of sci-fi and fantasy writing, including 6 graphic stories, showcasing 20 stellar writers and artists from India and Australia: Isobelle Carmody, Penni Russon, Justine Larbalestier, Margo Lanagan, Lily Mae Martin, Kuzhali Manickavel, Prabha Mallya, Annie Zaidi, Kate Constable, Vandana Singh, Mandy Ord, Priya Kuriyan, Manjula Padmanabhan, Samhita Arni, Alyssa Brugman, Nicki Greenberg and Amruta Patil.Kirsty Murray and Isobelle Carmody have recently been in India launching this book, and no doubt there'll be some cool events this summer associated with its release.