Lovers of the science-fiction genre, mark your calendars for June 16. The York Emporium, 343 W. Market St., York, will host its annual Sci-Fi Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with three authors already confirmed.
Emporium owner Jim Lewin defines the day as “a gathering of fans who come together for some fun and appreciation,” with guests ranging from NASA scientists and award-winning
authors to up-and-comers and local publishers.
“This year,” he promises, “will be no different.”
Here are the three authors already confirmed:
- New York Times’ bestselling author Alethea Kontis will be on-hand for a reading and book signing. She just published her first full-length novel, Enchanted.
- Lawrence M. Schoen, Ph.D., the founder of the Klingon Language Institute, will also be there selling and signing copies of his fiction.
- John Rossomangno, a York County freelance writer of fiction and game content, rounds out the lineup. Rossomangno has published a number of Dungeons & Dragons scenarios, most recently “Face of the Moon,” a 4E adventure, in Dungeon #201.
For details on Sci-Fi Saturday, check back to Book Buzz in the coming weeks.
The event also has a Facebook page.