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Mesa Public Library’s long-running Authors Speak Series presents an evening with local science fiction author T. Jackson King.
The series, a monthly event showcasing notable local and statewide authors speaking about their writing, represents a wide range of genres and has featured poets, mystery writers, historians, science writers and journalists.
The talks are free and begin at 7 p.m., followed by the opportunity to meet the authors and enjoy refreshments. The series is funded by the Friends of Mesa Public Library.
King’s talk is the last one of 2010, with a brand new slate beginning Jan. 27, 2011.
King has a new novel out with the recent publication of “Little Brother’s World,” a science fiction adventure novel released by New York publisher Fantastic Books.
King, 62, a former government archeologist and an award-winning journalist, said.
“I’ve long thought that science fiction is the literature of a hopeful future.
This book looks at two young people who defy their genetic status on a future colony world where your genecode determines your education, your job and your destiny.”
During the Authors Speaks Series he will present a reading and take questions at the Mesa Public Library, as part of the library’s Authors Speak Series.
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