Seattle! Want to see Cory Doctorow talk about his fab books Little Brother, Homeland, Pirate Cinema? Or about privacy, cryptography, social activism, and what it means to live in a world where surveillance is becoming ever-present? Publishing? Freedom of information? He’ll be in conversation with Geekwire columnist Frank Catalano on Tuesday, July 28 at 7:00 pm at University Temple United Methodist Church, 1415 Northeast 43rd Street (across the street from the University Book Store).
Tickets are $10 from Brown Paper Tickets.
Proceeds from the event support the ongoing operations of Clarion West, which has for more than 30 years helped emerging writers level up and kickstart their careers. When you spend this fascinating evening listening to Doctorow read, talk, and answer questions, you’re also supporting one of the best writing workshops on the planet.
Go buy a ticket and have a blast!