My friend and fellow transit enthusiast Damian Baranowski has been working on this project for momnths, now, and here it is: a full book trailer for The Night Girl. He spent a lot of otime scoping out the locations, finding the gargoyles and statues to shoot, as well as locations in the Underground City, and he put it all together in glorious 4K video. I think it looks fabulous, and I hope it catches everybody’s attention and makes them buy the book (obviously).
The Toronto launch event this past Saturday went extremely well. Unfortunatley, Mari Ramsawakh couldn’t attend and was missed, but I asked their questions, among others, of the remaining panelists: Phoebe Barton, K.T. Bryski, J.M. Frey, Ben Berman Ghan, and Shawn Micallef, and we had a great time discussing Toronto as a science fiction and fantasy setting. There was a great turnout and great energy in the room.
I’d like to thank all of the author panelists, the people at the Merril Collection as well as Bakka-Phoenix Books for helping to put this event together, and everybody who came out. I hope you all had a good time, because I did.
Next up is Waterloo, this Saturday at the main branch of the Waterloo Public Library from 2 to 4 p.m. There, we will be talking about Canada as a Science Fiction and Fantasy setting, and I’ll be joined by Leah Bobet, Erin Bow, James Alan Gardner, James Nicoll, and Sarah Raughley. I hope you will join us.