If you’re in the Boston/Providence area this week, and you’d like to meet David Wellington (aka D. Nolan Clark), have a book signed, or take a photo, you’re in luck!
Wednesday, July 18th he’ll be at Friendly Neighborhood Comics in Bellingham, MA from 3:30 to 6:30: http://www.friendlycomics.com/
Starting on Thursday, July 19th and through Sunday, he’ll be at NECON, the Northeastern Writer’s Conference: http://campnecon.com
Drop by and be sure to bring anything you’d like to have signed, or pick up a book at the events!
Just a quick note to say that the writing blog is on hiatus, as I am traveling for most of July. Back in a bit.
Yes, it’s true–you can come see me, David Wellington/D. Nolan Clark, talk and make jokes at NYCC2017!
I’ll be doing a panel on Friday, October 6, 1:30 PM in room 1a24. What will this panel be about, you ask? Here’s the official description from the NYCC site:
The best science fiction novels pull from current events and make readers question Could this terrifying, alternate reality come true? With the resurgence of movies and TV shows like Blade Runner 2049 and The Handmaid’s Tale, great works of dystopian fiction shine a light on global issues that affect and impact us all (socially, economically, politically, and environmentally). Petra Mayer of NPR explores the likelihood of the possible futures envisioned by Paolo Bacigalupi (Tool of War), Amy S. Foster (The Rift Frequency), Lauren Oliver (Ringer), Scott Reintgen (Nyxia), and D. Nolan Clark (Forsaken Skies).
Come by and hear what we have to say! I will absolutely be available afterwards to sign books or just chat. I look forward to seeing you there!
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David Wellington is the author of over twenty novels, ranging across horror, fantasy, thrillers and science fiction. He can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can follow him on twitter @LastTrilobite.