March 28, 2017

Science Fiction Announcements

SPONSORED BY: JournalStone Publishing, NightShade Books, Random House, and Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 2:00-3:00 PM ET/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

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Get ready to take some notes in your captain’s log during the lineup of fall’s Science Fiction books. Learn about Priestess of the Eggstone: The Fall of the Altairan Empire (Jaleta Clegg) and the race to get the Eggstone back to prevent an outbreak of war. Rob Zeigler’s debut novel Seed takes place in a starving, broken United States where orphans try to reshape the future. Bloodfire Quest: The Dark Legacy of Shannara by Terry Brooks takes place in a dark mirror-world where the barriers are eroding. The second book in the Shannara series focuses on the quest for the missing Elfstones and things aren’t going as planned. Join panelists from JournalStone Publishing, NightShade Books, and Random House as they discuss their exciting forthcoming titles.


Norman L. Rubenstein – Managing Editor, JournalStone Publishing

Norman L. Rubenstein, Managing Editor for JournalStone Publishing, a litigation attorney and judge for over twenty years, also organized major Doctor Who conventions with the BBC and co-produced numerous theatrical plays, including one that ran for over six months on London’s famed West End. He’s had 7+ years of small press editorial experience, has been a frequent reviewer and columnist for magazines and genre sites including Cemetery Dance, Shroud, Dark Scribe, Fear Zone, Pod Of Horror, Horror World, and Hellnotes, and, as an author, has had fiction and non fiction published in three anthologies. He’s an Active member of both the Horror Writers Association (HWA) and the International Thriller Writers (ITW) and is currently serving a second year as Co-Chair of the HWA’s Bram Stoker Awards®.

Jeremy Lassen – Editor in chief,  Night Shade Books

Jeremy Lassen is the editor in chief of Night Shade Books. Prior to his work at Night Shade he was an independent bookseller. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and daughter.

Elizabeth Fabian – Associate director, Random House

Elizabeth Fabian is thrilled to have recently rejoined the Random House Library Marketing Department as Associate Director. Prior to this new role, Elizabeth was Associate Director of Advertising for The Random House Publishing Group, executing campaigns for bestselling authors including Lee Child, Sophie Kinsella, and Jonathan Kellerman. Previously she has worked with the marketing departments at Harcourt Trade Publishers and Hachette Book Group. In 2006 Elizabeth received her MA in Literature from the University of Virginia.

Kelly Coyle Crivelli – Library Marketing Manager, Random House

Kelly Coyle Crivelli is a Library Marketing Manager at Random House, Inc. She started her career at Random House back in 1998 when the library marketing “team” consisted of only two people and there was not yet such a thing as a blog! And after nearly a decade away, she returned to Random House in 2012 and is very happy to be reunited with the incredible titles and authors that Random House offers, having missed them very much over the years. Kelly will read just about anything- but has a particular fondness for books that make her cry- (Richard Russo always gets her!) and of course, finds nothing as enjoyable as the way Jane Austen can depict a character.

Wilda Williams – Fiction Editor, Library Journal

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