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Strange Economics Launch Party and Sanctuary Signing Party
Strange Economics is launching! This awesome anthology is the result of the combined efforts of a team of volunteers (mostly from the Toronto SFF Writers meetup group) and 23 authors from across the globe. It's already starting to get great reviews. We'll be celebrating the successful completion of Strange Economics. I am hoping everyone from the reading/editorial team can be there to celebrate a job well done. The launch party is open to everyone - volunteers, authors, backers, friends and family, and general public. Hopefully there will be a few of the authors there to sign copies. (I doubt we'll get our authors from Lithuania, England, Romania, etc, but there are a few authors from Toronto and a few more from broader Ontario who might plausibly make an appearance). Paperback copies will be available for $20 for anyone who wants them. (And if you've already got one, you should bring it for signing). We'll also be celebrating the Sanctuary anthology. This anthology was produced as a joint effort by the Toronto SFF Writers meetup group and the Toronto Horror Writers meetup group. I am hoping most of the authors can come (it would be awesome if all of them could), so we can have a signing party. Everyone who has a copy should bring one to get theirs signed (and authors should be ready to sign some copies!). I'll have a small handful of paperback copies available for $10 each. Hope to see everyone there! David ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strange Economics paperback Amazon link: Sanctuary paperback Amazon link:

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