Mid-Atlantic Geeks Assemble! ‘Asimov’s’ Magazine Comes to Philadelphia

image via Fran Wilde
Image via Fran Wilde

Asimov’s Magazine comes to Philadelphia on March 28 at 1pm at the Rittenhouse Square Barnes & Noble!

If you’re near Philadelphia on Saturday, March 28, stop by the Rittenhouse Square Barnes & Noble from 1pm to 3pm to meet Asimov’s Magazine editor Sheila Williams (who visited GeekMom last year), and Philadelphia-area science fiction writers Gregory Frost, Michael Swanwick, Tom Purdom, and intrepid GeekMom Fran Wilde*.

More information and RSVP here.

(*yup, that’s me. INTREPID. Hope to see you there.)

Fran Wilde writes science fiction and fantasy. Her first novel, Updraft (Tor, 2015) is called 'Soaring' by Publishers' Weekly and Barnes & Noble SFF blog, while NPR Books says it was "one of the most original fantasy novels I've read this year." Her next novel, Cloudbound releases in September. Fran's short stories appear at Asimov's, Nature, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Tor.com. She writes for publications including The Washington Post, SFSignal, Tor.com, Clarkesworld, iO9.com, and GeekMom.com/GeekDad.com. She can also program digital minions, tie most of the sailor's knot board, and re-load a fountain pen without spattering herself with ink (usually). She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and their tween-minecraft fanatic / book addict / budding Scratch programmer.