Williamstown, MA - The literary arts organization Inkberry and the English department of Williams College have teamed up to present an evening of speculative fiction with award-winning author Elizabeth Bear and up-and-coming author Margaret Ronald (Williams College class of '97) on October 15. The event will take place at 7pm in Griffin 3 at Williams College.
Bear is author of the Shakespearean fantasy novels of the Promethean Age series (most recently Hell and Earth, Roc Books, 2008) and of two trilogies of Norse fantasy from Tor, as well as two trilogies of science fiction published by Bantam Spectra. Ronald is author of the critically-acclaimed Spiral Hunt and its forthcoming two sequels (Eos Books.)
After each writer reads from her published work, both writers will take questions: about their work, speculative fiction, the literary life, how they got into "the business," etc. A book-signing will follow.
For additional information regarding Inkberry or this reading, contact Inkberry by phone at (413) 664-0775 or visit www.inkberry.org.
About Inkberry- Inkberry promotes the literary arts in the Berkshires with events and community partnerships that celebrate and support writing and reading. Inkberry is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.