This year I’ll be at 9 Worlds once again – I’m not on any programming so I’ll be mostly hanging around the bar or in the audience.
Then I’ll be flying off to Finland for WorldCon
I’ll be on two panels –
Thursday Aug 10 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (1 hour)
Tags: fantasy literature history
Historical Fantasy: What is it and how does it differ from fantasy or historical fiction? What makes for good historical fantasy? What are some variations within this genre? How can it illuminate our understanding of the past and future?
Where I’ll probably be talking about my forthcoming novel Seven Deadly Swords (Grimbold Books)
Friday Aug 11 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM (1 hour)
Tags: literature science fiction fantasy
Weird Fiction is alive and well and, perhaps, weirder than ever! Fans and authors discuss the genre, its popularity and legacy.
In September I’ll be at FantasyCon
where the British Fantasy Awards will be announced and A Tiding of Magpies has been shortlisted for best collection. I’m also a judge on the Best Novella category and we’ve had some interesting discussions about the shortlist.
Then October is a busy month where I’ll be helping run 3 big events: Bristol HorrorCon
, Bristol Festival of Literature
(this is why I usually take holiday in November!) – More details on them when the programs are revealed. I will be appearing several times during those events…
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Pete W Sutton is a writer and editor. His two short story collections – A Tiding of Magpies and The Museum for Forgetting – were shortlisted for Best Collection in the British Fantasy Awards in 2017 & 2022 respectively. His novel – Seven Deadly Swords – was published by Grimbold Books. He has edited several short story anthologies and is the editor for the British Fantasy Society Horizons fiction magazine.
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