Recently

These two great events eluded mention on this website at the time of their occurrence: Resonate 1/31 Oakland, where I sold books at a mini-table for this party promoting the feminine in electronic music culture, and Two-Hour Transport 3/27 Seattle, where I delivered a featured book reading to the seasoned writers’ gathering & open mic.

RESONATE

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Above, I can be seen in profile to the right of the brightly lit corner of art to the upper right of the crowd, discussing my books with someone during Naughty Princess‘ excellent set. Following are a few other highlights:

While I’m late mentioning this event, I’m doing so just in time to let you know about Resonate’s next workshop for women making music:

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TWO-HOUR TRANSPORT

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I read from Abyss Surrounding as a featured author, along with Patrick Hurley, for my second participation in this great group of Seattle-area sci-fi writers and appreciators! I also moved a small house that day, and wore my dirt boots to the reading.

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Pictured below, author K.G. Anderson & publisher Tom Whitmore were my gracious Ballard hosts.

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Wednesday Night Special: Two-Hour Transport

I made it into Seattle for a first-time reading with the ongoing Two-Hour Transport science fiction fantasy feature & open mic. It’s a neat venue for airing and absorbing incipient stories of a wide variety. This is in fact the first public reading from the re-issue version of Book 1, and I’m happy to say that the book functions as intended – it has the words inside!

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Seattle LitCrawl Surprise Appearance

On Thursday, I stepped in to be one of three woman science fiction authors to read at an event sponsored by LitCrawl, called Robots, Ray Guns, and Self-Saving Princesses!

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Lowest left… what a night it was.

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Authors & significant others table:

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During Cat Rambo’s robot story:

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further LitCrawl events…

lastly, custom typewriter poetry, fortune cookie style by Shane Knode:

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OryCon Panels Announced, Mythical Creatures

Newly confirmed announcement! OryCon 39, Portland OR November 17-19, is going to be a NINE PANEL EXTRAVAGANZA… triple Eva every day. I’m really looking forward to every single one of these discussions & activities, most especially with OryConians! Come hang out, homies! Behold:

FRIDAY
Comics Created Our Modern Mythologies
Wenatchee – 166 Parlor
Fri Nov 17 4:00pm-5:00pm
How comics conquered our art, stories and media.
Lee Moyer, Curtis Chen, Benjamin Hsu, Eva Elasigue

The Quest for the Ultimate Superhero
Wenatchee – 166 Parlor
Fri Nov 17 6:00pm-7:00pm
What makes a super hero a superhero? What would make a superhero the ultimate example of his or her kind? Power, talent, heart, courage, or self-sacrifice? And could an ultimate super hero connect to the average human, as Superman seems to or, like Doctor Manhattan, end up estranged from the rest of us?
Rob McMonigal, Eva Elasigue, Tom Whitmore, Marshall Maresca, Barry Deutsch

Rx for Fitness
Lion Kings Den – 266
Fri Nov 17 8:00pm-9:00pm
What you learned back in the day in health and P.E. is probably wrong. Discuss and learn about the latest developments in fitness, strength training, nutrition, and one of the only treatments for chronic illness available. Are fitness and nutrition the medicines of the future?
Matt Bellet, Jennifer Willis, Sean Robinson, Eva Elasigue

SATURDAY
Make your own book in one hour
Spokane Suite – 256
Sat Nov 18 3:00am-4:00am (HMMMMMM)
Create a real, physical book in one hour. All ages welcome.
Jamie (SunnyJim) Morgan, Eva Elasigue

I Want to Get My Science On
Pettygrove
Sat Nov 18 9:00am-10:00am
Where does the lay person keep up with the latest developments?
Manny Frishberg, Sean Robinson, Eva Elasigue, Howard Davidson, Jessica Hebert

Backyard Astronomy
Pettygrove
Sat Nov 18 8:00pm-9:00pm
It’s a dark night with lots of stars. Actually, some are galaxies, and some are planets, and nebulae–what can you see from your backyard, and what are good resources to learn about what you’re seeing? Bonus–what might be visible from other worlds with different solar system conditions?
Roy Torley, Gerald Nordley, Eva Elasigue, b War

SUNDAY
Overturning the Cart
White Stag
Sun Nov 19 10:00am-11:00am
Revolution and rebellion in fantasy fiction.
K. M. Alexander, Eva Elasigue, ElizaBeth Gilligan, Alma Alexander

Superheroes in Times of Crisis
Wenatchee – 166 Parlor
Sun Nov 19 12:00pm-1:00pm
Do superhero comics reflect times of crisis?
Marshall Maresca, Curtis Chen, b War, Eva Elasigue

Trades versus Weeklies Economics
Wenatchee – 166 Parlor
Sun Nov 19 1:00pm-2:00pm
Comic collections or issues? Why have one when we already have the other?
Rob McMonigal, Eva Elasigue, Jeff Soesbe, Curtis Chen

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posting from a Praxis Arts creative jam session

Also, I will be working live on my (unrelated) mixed media art series, Passengers, as posted on serial/surreal, at the Seattle event Mythical Creatures: Forest of Dreams on October 28, featuring Kalya Scintilla, Desert Dwellers, Whitebear, Sixis, Drumspyder, and more! I’ll have a few books to sell there, some chapter art prints, and who knows what else.

Author Site: Liminal Alchemy typewriter

For the moment, have a look at the richly intriguing collective pages made at the Liminal Alchemy art party at Praxis Gallery, Seattle.

Here’s an excerpt:

magnanimous is a state one achieves when one ascends to entelexeia.
entelexeia is acquired when integrity is curated within one’s character.
one’s character is refined by habits of repeated actions.
repeated actions are driven by one’s choices.

one’s choices are inspired by a collection of thoughts.
true thoughts that move one’s self are intrinsically magnanimous.
Listen carefully and one will be moved, inspired, and create without integrative
dissonance.