The launch of Tesseracts Thirteen – the scary-story edition of the long-running Canadian sf anthology series – was, by all accounts, a shrieking, quivering success yesterday. There was a huge crowd of authors – a somewhat larger crowd of readers (always a good sign at these things) – and a healthily-diminishing stack of books.
Karen took a break from her photographer duties, but our friend Do-Ming Lum snapped a good gazillion shots, which will soon be showing up at EDGE’s Totally Tesseracts blog. Here’s one he took of all the authors, which should give you an idea of the scope of the thing:
From left to right: Allison Baird, Jean-Louis Trudel, Jill Snider Lum, Edo van Belkom, Kelley Armstrong, David Nickle, Andrea Schlecht, Suzanne Church, Michael Kelly (photo by Do-Ming Lum)