Post Scripts

* THU, OCT 5: Poet/playwright/author Ntozake Shange will read from her works in Jessen Auditorium at UT. Shange wrote the Obie-winning Broadway hit for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf and Liliane. Free to the public and highly recommended.

* FRI, OCT 6: In celebration of ArmadilloCon, Adventures in Crime and Space bookstore will be hosting some of your favorite SF writers in the store.

1:30-3pm: George Alec Effinger, Barbara Hambly, Alexander Jablokov, Katharine Eliska Kimbriel, and Amy Thomson.

5:30-7pm: Neal Barrett, Jr., Bill Crider, Bradley Denton, Richard Klaw, William Browning Spencer, and Howard Waldrop.

* SAT, OCT 7: ArmadilloCon continues with booksignings at Adventures in Crime and Space. 12:30-2pm: Mark Leon, Thomas K. Martin, Elizabeth Moon (until 1:30), Martha Wells, and Walter Jon Williams. 6-7:30pm: Aaron Allston, Margaret Ball, Paul Park, Carrie Richerson, Allen Steele, Sean Stewart, and S.M. Stirling. 8-9:30pm: Pat Cadigan, Ellen Datlow, Richard Kadrey, Pat Murphy, and Bruce Sterling.

* TUE, OCT 10: Feminist Naomi Wolf will appear at the University Coop Bookstore for a booksigning, 4-6pm, before her UT lecture at 7pm. Her books The Beauty Myth and Fight Fire With Fire are essential reading for the Nineties.

* WED, OCT 11: John Lee will be at Book People from 7-9pm to talk about his newest work, Writing From the Body, a book geared to "releasing the creative genius locked in each of us."

- Margaret Moser "Post Scripts" is for author appearance and booksignings; deadline is two weeks before issue date. Mail to: The Austin Chronicle, PO Box 49066, Austin,TX 78765; fax 458-6910.

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