Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Darwin's Paradox at Bakka-Phoenix Science Fiction Books


It's Canada's oldest science fiction bookstore. Located in Toronto's funky Queen Street West, this shop has hosted many a big name science fiction writer signing, including Robert J. Sawyer, who used to work there during his salad days. Those of you passing through Toronto, Canada, or who live there, you can now find my book, "Darwin's Paradox" on the shelves of this genre bookstore. And if you can't find my book, it's only because it's temporarily sold out! (so I was told the other day). More were on order and may have arrived by now.

I will nonetheless be appearing there this Friday to sign the last remaining copy (or others, if they've arrived) as Bakka waits for more to come in (very soon!). If you live in or are visiting Toronto, please consider visiting this independent bookstore dedicated to good science fiction, and support the independent bookstore industry by buying something from the knowledgeable and friendly staff (well, you know which book I'm going to suggest!).

Here's their address: BakkaPhoenix Books697 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, M6J1E6, CANADA.





Nina Munteanu is an ecologist and internationally published author of novels, short stories and essays. She coaches writers and teaches writing at George Brown College and the University of Toronto. For more about Nina’s coaching & workshops visit www.ninamunteanu.me. Visit www.ninamunteanu.ca for more about her writing.








5 comments:

Mark Dykeman said...

Man, I wish I could be there. I haven't been to Bakka in a number of years.

Hope you're enjoying yourself!


Mark Dykeman

Jean-Luc Picard said...

It looks quite a celebrated place to sign books.

sfgirl said...

I'm looking forward to it!

Mark, I didn't know you were from Toronto...

Book Calendar said...

I wish I could be there for the book signing. It sounds like it would be a lot of fun.

sfgirl said...

It was a lot of fun! Thanks!