An Evening of Science Fiction & Fantasy: Otters, Beer & Guinevere, Apr. 23, 2015

Tsunami Books, local Eugene indie bookstoreJoin 3 Eugene/Springfield authors for an evening of science fiction and fantasy! From otters in space and myth in India, to a new twist on Arthurian legend, join Mary E. Lowd, Anthony St. Clair, and Rachael Pruitt at Tsunami Books on Thurs., Apr. 23, 7 p.m. Each author will perform a reading, answer your questions, and then convene for a panel discussion with the audience on science fiction and fantasy.

This event is free and open to the public. Tsunami Books is located at 2585 Willamette St., Eugene, or call (541) 345-8986. Learn more at Tsunami’s Facebook Page.

Mary E. Lowd

Mary E. Lowd

Mary E. Lowd is the author of Otters In Space. Her fiction ranges from serious science fiction that explores the intersection of technology, memory, identity, and reality, to fun stories about cats.

She’s had more than 50 short stories published and has been nominated 13 times for the Ursa Major Awards. She’s twice received the Cóyotl Award for Best Short Story.

Learn more at

Anthony St. Clair

Anthony St. Clair

Beer writer, globetrotter, and Rucksack Universe fantasy author Anthony St. Clair has walked with hairy coos in the Scottish Highlands, choked on seafood in Australia, and watched the full moon rise over Mt. Everest in Tibet. Anthony’s travels have also taken him around the sights and beers of Thailand, Japan, India, Canada, Ireland, the USA, Cambodia, China and Nepal. He and his wife live in Oregon and gave their son a passport for his first birthday.

Connect with Anthony at

Anthony’s Facebook Page

Twitter: @anthonystclair

Rachael Pruitt

Rachael Pruitt

Rachael Pruitt is a writer, storyteller, and teacher with a lifelong fascination for Celtic mythology and the Arthurian legend. Her first novel, The Dragon’s Harp, is the winner of the 2013 Visionary Fiction Award from COVR (Coalition of Visionary resources) and the 2012 Winner of Global Ebook Awards for Ancient Historical Literature.

Her poetry has appeared in Paradox magazine and her article, “To Dream a Dragon”, is published in the award-winning 2011 writing anthology, Many Genres, One Craft. Rachael has also published nonfiction articles detailing “Myths for Our Time,” a personal mythology process she developed while an Artist in Residence in Oregon. Her second Arthurian novel, The Dragon’s Breath, will be making its appearance in winter of 2015-2016.

She can be reached at

Rachael’s Facebook Page

Twitter: @EraOfDragons

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