Two Susans at Alberta Author’s Day

Susan Bohnet (My Life as a Troll) and Susan Forest (Immunity to Strange Tales) will be appearing at Alberta Author’s Day, Saturday, October 18, 2014, held at Pandora’s Boox, 5009 51St., St. Olds, Alberta. The event features a host of Albertan authors who will be signing and discussing their books. Pandora’s Boox’s and Tea is owned and operated by Jason Moody and Lesley Winfield. Jason and Lesley are both avid readers and passionate about both…

Interview with Prix Aurora nominees, Susan Forest and D.G. Laderoute

Susan Forest and D.G. Laderoute talk about what it means to be short-listed for the Prix Aurora. Short-listed for Best Fiction The Gift, by Susan Forestshort-listed for Best Short Story short-listed for Best YA Fiction To download the voters’ package, and to vote, visit: http://www.prixaurorawards.ca 

A Taste of Local Authors, at Owl’s Nest Books

Thursday, December 12, 7-9:00 PM, Owl’s Nest Books in Calgary presents A Taste of Local Authors. Check out 12 new releases from 12 local authors. Novels. Novellas. Short Story Collections. Poetry. Genres from Mainstream to Science Fiction to Fantasy to Romance to Paranormal Romance. Even better, the authors will be on hand to give short readings from their work, answer questions, and sign books. Ambiance is provided by Hazel Grey Music. If you’ve never heard…

Steve Stanton reviews Immunity to Strange Tales, by Susan Forest

Steven Stanton, author and president of SFCanada, reviewed Susan Forest’s collection of short speculative fiction on Goodreads. It would appear Stanton was impressed. Steve Stanton’s Reviews > Immunity to Strange Tales  Read My rating: 1 of 5 stars2 of 5 stars3 of 5 stars4 of 5 stars[ 5 of 5 stars ] Immunity to Strange Tales by Susan Forest  Steve Stanton‘s review  Sep 04, 13 5 of 5 stars Immunity to Strange Tales is a superb premier collection of…

Why We Published…Susan Forest’s Immunity to Strange Tales

From the Desk of Robert Runte I try to keep on top of developments in the Canadian SF community, and had noticed that Susan Forest was being published in the major short story markets: Analog, Tesseracts, AE Science Fiction Review and so on. Then she won first place in The Galaxy Project a major contest judged by Robert Silverberg, David Drake and Barry Malzberg. That certainly got my attention. Even though I hadn’t had a…