We are getting geared up for Tucson Festival of Books 2022.
Brick Cave Details:
- Booth Location: 128
- Authors to appear
- Brick Cave Books new to the festival
- In Booth Signing Schedule
- TFOB Panels with BC Authors
- Official BC Book Club Thread
- Intra Day Posts and Videos at the Brick Cave Twitter Account
Important Items of Note:
- Pre-Orders for Lostuns Found will be available at the booth at the event price (no shipping)
- BC BookClub Memberships may be ordered at the booth, with membership discounts applied immediatley (sans trial period).
This event is subject to change, and you should consult the Tucson Festival of Books Website for the most recent updates: https://tucsonfestivalofbooks.org/
Author Sharon Skinner (The Healer’s Legacy, Return to Anoria) has written ten published books in the Fantasy, Science Fiction, Poetry and Children’s Picture Book genres. With influences ranging from Peter S Beagle to Ursula K Leguin and many styles in between, Sharon is an avid reader and regularly posts her readings on Goodreads.
Author Bruce Davis (Glowgems for Profit, Gold Magic) writes with a hint of the classic detective and a hint of noir across his Science Fiction and Fantasy novels. Influenced by the hard-boiled detective works of Mickey Spillane and similar authors, Bruce brings them thematically into the present day (and future) with skill and storytelling prowess.
Adam Marsh is a software engineer, U.S. Army veteran, and author of two science-fiction novels, The Changed, and Survived. His novels both received five stars from Foreword Clarion, and his work has been called “nearly impossible to put down,” by Kirkus. As an engineer and lover of all things fantastic, his work tends to straddle the line between the real and the unknown. Adam has a degree in Computer Systems Engineering and a certificate in Novel Writing, both from ASU.
Marcus Sterling Campbell is a poet and film enthusiast from Phoenix, Arizona. Graduating from Mesa Community College, he received a high distinction in Creative Writing, along with degrees in Journalism and General Studies. He is a Vortex Award winner and has placed in several writing contests within the Mesa community. Marcus sweats when he writes and while growing his Magic collection. His work can be found scattered across the web or @marcus_s_campbell on social media.
A performance poet for more than twenty years, Patrick Hare has always redefined the ability of poetry to be a weapon of humor, using a sardonic scalpel in his language and theme choices to un-apologetically reveal the areas of our lives we’d all rather not see.
Patrick has performed nationally, including several National Poetry Slams.
We were at Tucson Festival of Books last in 2019, and my goodness how time flies. There have been MANY new releases since then, including:
My Identity as a Stereotypical Side Character by Marcus Campbell
Gold Magic, by Bruce Davis
War Golem, by J.A. Giunta
The Warden's Legacy, by J.A. Giunta
Mariner's Wake, by Adam Marsh
The Experiment Known as Rose Marie Hernandez Williamson by Louise Robertson
The Exile’s Gift, by Sharon Skinner
Return to Anoria, by Sharon Skinner
Saturday, March 12, 2022 (Author availability subject to change)
|9a-10a||Sharon Skinner, Adam Marsh|
|10a-11a||Sharon Skinner, Patrick Hare|
|11a-12p||Sharon Skinner, Bruce Davis & Patrick Hare|
|12p-1p||Bruce Davis & Patrick Hare|
|1p-2p||Bruce Davis & Adam Marsh|
|2p-3p||Sharon Skinner & Adam Marsh|
|3p-4p||Sharon Skinner, Adam Marsh & Patrick Hare|
|4p-5p||Sharon Skinner & Patrick Hare|
Sunday, March 13, 2022 (Author availability subject to change)
|9a-10a||Sharon Skinner, Adam Marsh & Marcus Campbell|
|10a-11a||Sharon Skinner, Adam Marsh & Patrick Hare|
|11a-12p||Bruce Davis, Adam Marsh & Patrick Hare|
|12p-1p||Sharon Skinner, Bruce Davis & Patrick Hare|
|1p-2p||Sharon Skinner, Bruce Davis & Marcus Campbell|
|2p-3p||Sharon Skinner, Bruce Davis & Marcus Campbell|
|3p-4p||Adam Marsh, Marcus Campbell & Patrick Hare|
|4p-5p||Adam Marsh, Marcus Campbell & Patrick Hare|
SCBWI: Local Resources for Aspiring Authors and Illustrators
Location: Education Room 349
Date/Time: Sunday, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Panelists: Lori Alexander, Sharon Skinner
Genre: Children / Teens
Signing area: Signing Area - Children (following presentation)
Leaders of the Arizona chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators share the local resources available to aspiring authors and illustrators and practical ideas on how to reach your goal of creating a book for children or teens.
Publisher on Video Talking About TFOB: