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Readings at the Downtown SLC Library

This Thursday will see another reading at the Salt Lake City Library, but this one is a little different. Sure, I'm reading stories, but it's an open invitation for you to come read along side me.

It's something we've been doing for a while and it's booked consistently on the third Thursday of every month, 7:00-9:00pm in the 4th floor conference room at the Downtown library.

Here's the official rundown from the event:
Interested in science fiction, creative writing, or just looking to make connections with other like-minded geeks? Local author Bryan Young, who is also a prominent national Star Wars aficionado and editor-in-chief of Big Shiny Robot! (a geek news and reviews blog), invites you to a monthly series of fiction readings featuring visiting and local authors, as well as readings from you!   On the 3rd Thursday of every month, Young will invite authors from around the state and country to read selections of their work. After that, he’ll open up the floo…

Utah Humanities Book Festival

Tomorrow, I'll be at the Utah Humanities Book Festival doing a reading from The Serpent's Head (or Andy Wilson, Boy Super-Genius) and then answering questions about writing and publishing.

I'd love to see you all there.

It's at the Downtown Salt Lake City Library and I'll be speaking in the 4th floor conference room at noon. Some of my books will also be around and on sale.

Here's their official write-up:

The City Library will play host to authors Bryan Young, Barry Deutsch, and Matthew Kirby.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
NoonBryan YoungLevel 4, Conference RoomBryan Young works across many different mediums. As an author, he’s written the bestselling comedic novel Lost at the Con and the critically acclaimed sci-fi adventure Operation: Montauk and most recently, A Children’s Illustrated History of Presidential Assassination. As a film producer, his last two films (This Divided State and Killer at Large) were released by The Disinformation Company and were called “filmmaki…