"Paul Levinson's It's Real Life is a page-turning exploration into that multiverse known as rock and roll. But it is much more than a marvelous adventure narrated by a master storyteller...it is also an exquisite meditation on the very nature of alternate history." -- Jack Dann, The Fiction Writer's Guide to Alternate History

Friday, August 15, 2008

Hey Philadelphia - I'll Be Reading "Unburning Alexandria" at Robin's Bookstore - Also Webcast

Hey everybody - I'll be reading from "Unburning Alexandria" - sequel to The Plot to Save Socrates next Friday night in Philadelphia! This will coincide with the publication of the first two chapters of the novel - as a standalone novelette - in the November issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine, in mailboxes and bookstores next week.

Date: Friday, August 22, 2008
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: Robin's Bookstore
Street: 108 S 13th Street
City/Town: Philadelphia, PA

My reading will be live-streamed audio web cast - details are here

Because of the webcast, the reading will start promptly at 7:30pm (but fine with me if you want to sneak in late).

And, I'll have a special announcement, and will be interviewed by Oz Fontecchio, at the end of the reading. Sneak preview: this will be about The Genesis Virus.

All of this will also be taped for YouTube - a good chance for you to get on camera!

Presented by the fabulous Philadelphia Fantastic!

Here's a little clip from the interview ...

More about Unburning Alexandria

And ...

The Plot to Save Socrates

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"a Da Vinci-esque thriller" - New York Daily News

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kyle said...

Dr. Levinson,

Are you planning a Washington-area book signing?

Kyle(frequent lurker).

dawn said...

Good Luck my friend and have a fabulous weekend

Paul Levinson said...

Thanks, Dawn - you too!

Kyle - absolutely - I've done signings at a Borders in DC, and at Reiters (for my nonfiction). I'm sure I'll be doing one again.

In the meantime, you can hear the Phila Aug 22 reading on the webcast (and I'll likely be putting up an MP3 on one of my podcasts).

Good to have you frequently lurking here on Infinite Regress!