Brett from ChiZine publishing sez,
We're launching FIVE books at WorldCon in Montreal this August.
* The Tel Aviv Dossier by Lavie Tidhar & Nir Yaniv
* The Choir Boats by Daniel A. Rabuzzi
* Objects of Worship by Claude Lalumiere
* Monstrous Affections by David Nickle
* The World More Full of Weeping by Robert J. Wiersema
This is an open party and everyone is welcome to come on by, meet the authors, get your books signed, and learn what's next for CZP.
Also in attendance will be Robert Boyczuk, author of Horror Story and Other Horror Stories; Deborah A. Mills, illustrator for The Choir Boats; CZP staff Brett Alexander Savory, Sandra Kasturi, and Matthew Moore. We'll have copies of all CZP titles available for sale.
PLEASE NOTE: The books we're launching will not be publicly available until later in the fall and we're making them specially available for WorldCon attendees!
WHEN: Saturday, August 8th, 2009 @ 7:30
WHERE: Maisonette Suite 2802
Delta Hotel Centre-Ville
777 University Street
CZP launching five books at WorldCon!
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