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LitTalk: On Genre Fiction at Interabang Books (In Person): May 24th, 2022
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LitTalk: On Genre Fiction at Interabang Books (In Person): May 24th, 2022


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Live FREE Discussion in-person at Interabang Books in Dallas, TX

6:00PM - 7:00PM | May 24th, 2022

Topic: Genre Fiction

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Alex Temblador, author of the award-winning Secrets of the Casa Rosada and the forthcoming novel Half Outlaw, will moderate a panel that includes:

Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s fiction and poetry has appeared in over 90 publications such as Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, Lightspeed, and LeVar Burton Reads, as well as in six languages. By night, she has been a finalist for the Nebula Award. By day, she works as a Narrative Designer writing romance games for the mobile app Chapters. She lives in Texas with her partner and a mysterious number of cats. Learn more about Bonnie at bonniejostufflebeam.com.

Ann Fields began her writing career in the romance genre. She published four romance novels and one novella under the pen name of Anna Larence with Kensington Publishing Company and BET Books. Then, she encountered her first ghost! That one brush with the supernatural shifted her focus from love and happily ever after to love and life in the here and after. Her novel Fuller’s Curse is a supernatural murder mystery and the first in the three-book Curse series. Her short stories in Voices from the Block (volumes I, II, and III) and Lyrical Darkness explore life in all its many dimensions. As part of the Ghost Scribes writer’s collective, Ann publishes The Raven, a bi-annual literary journal that features writings that are macabre, unexplained, and bizarre. Ann is cofounder of the Writer's Block, a support group for writers of color. She can be reached at annfields.com.

Jaye Wells is the bestselling and award-winning author of more than a dozen novels in the genres of urban fantasy, paranormal thrillers, horror and romance. She has also published several short stories and novellas, including the upcoming "The Copper Lady" in the Chromophobia : A Strangehouse Anthology by Women in Horror. In addition to writing, Jaye is also a sought-after speaker and writing mentor specializing in the craft of popular fiction. She currently serves as faculty for the Seton Hill MFA in Writing Popular Fiction and runs Wells Writing Workshop, which hosts write-ins and workshops. She has also taught and mentored for Writing Workshop Dallas, the Paradise Lost writing retreat, Cruising Writers, the FenCon writer's workshop, and the Horror Writers Association.    She holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University and earned her B.A. in Art History from Southern Methodist University.  When Jaye is not writing or teaching, she loves to travel and cook. She lives in Dallas. Find out more about Jaye, her writing and her classes at jayewells.com

Each panelist on our Genre Fiction panel will also suggest their favorite books on writing and publishing. These books, as well as their own books, will be available for sale via the Interabang website.

LitTalk at Interabang is a quarterly panel series led by Writing Workshops Dallas and hosted by Interabang Books. Each panel session will be led by a moderator and feature three to four published authors who reside in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. LitTalk panelists will discuss a variety of subjects on writing, publishing, and the book industry, and will take questions from the audience. Author's books will be for sale at each event. LitTalk at Interabang hopes to inform and inspire the DFW writing community and showcase the phenomenal talent and pool of published authors in the area.

  • Next Up: Genre Fiction

  • In-Person, May 24th, 2022 | 6:00PM to 7:00PM

  • Interabang Books is located at 5600 W. Lovers Lane #142, Dallas, Texas 75209

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Interabang Books is an independent bookstore with a hand-picked selection of books and gifts for adults and kids. Interabang opened in July 2017 at the southeast corner of Preston Road and Royal Lane with 12,000+ titles in popular categories.

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