If you’re heading out to Comic Con in New York this weekend be sure to check out Kim Harrison while you’re there. Her latest Hollows related book, the Into the Woods anthology, was just released yesterday and I’m loving it. Kim also has a new Hollows graphic novel releasing at the end of the month – Blood Crime – but you can pick up an early copy during her signing session on Friday.
Here is Kim’s NYCC Schedule:
Thursday, October 11
5:00PM – 6:00PM, 1A14
JUSTICE IS SERVED
Cops, P.I.’s, government agents and regular Joe’s (or Jane’s) fight for all that is good and just in these Science-Fiction and Fantasy tales, even if the villains are vampires, telepaths, and the magically gifted. These protagonists solve crimes, kick-ass, and don’t let anyone–supernatural or otherwise–stand in the way of justice. Myke Cole, Thomas E. Sniegoski, Jacqueline Carey, Christopher Bennet, G.T. Almasi, Kim Harrison, and possibly one more, who is still unconfirmed.
Friday, October 12
Blood Crime signing at the Del Rey booth #1120
Justice is Served Panel Autographing Tables: 2, 3, 4, hall 1B
INTO (AND OUT OF) THE HOLLOWS
Unbound Author Stage. This is Kim’s solo panel. She’ll be talking about the last few books in the Hollows and what might come next.
Saturday, October 13
1:30-2:30 PM Room A108
HOCUS POCUS: MAGIC & MONSTERS IN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY
Science-Fiction and Fantasy authors discuss the costs and consequences of “magic” in their novels. Moderator Beth Revis will have authors Andrea Cremer, Jacqueline Carey, Jocelynn Drake, Kim Harrison, Max Gladstone, Cecil Castellucci, Victoria Schwab, and Richard Kadrey dishing about the scary, hairy, and dangerous creatures that lurk in the worlds they have created.
Hocus Pocus Panel Autographing Tables: 2, 3, 4
Booth Signing—HarperCollins Booth #1004, with Richard Kadrey, Jocelynn Drake, and Brom
October 10th, 2012 at 11:31 pm