TorCon is back! Tom Doherty Associates is excited to announce that they will be hosting their third annual virtual TorCon on Thursday, June 9, 2022. Since 2020, the virtual convention has had one simple goal: to bring the entertainment and excitement of live book conventions into the virtual space. In partnership with Den of Geek, Tor Books, Forge Books, Tordotcom Publishing, Tor Teen, and Nightfire are presenting a day of one-of-a-kind virtual programming featuring ten of your favorite (and soon-to-be favorite) authors, in conversation with each other—and with you.
Join Sunyi Dean, Leopoldo Gout, Lev AC Rose, Nghi Vo, Neon Yang, Olivie Blake, Susan Dennard, Catriona Ward, Rita Woods, and Tamsyn Muir for a day of pure geekery, exclusive reveals, content drops, sweepstakes, and more…all from the comfort of your own home!
TorCon takes place on Thursday, June 9—check out the full lineup below, and save the date to stay home and geek out with us! Register for panels here.
1 PM ET/10 AM PT: Magically Monstrous Murders and Mysteries
Rules are meant to be broken, and genre-boundaries are meant to be smashed. Join authors Sunyi Dean, Leopoldo Gout, Lev AC Rosen, Nghi Vo, and Neon Yang for a panel all about books that meld all of our favorite tropes into one magnificent story. This panel will also feature an exclusive sneak peek from Brian McClellan’s In The Shadow of Lightning, read by Damian Lynch, courtesy of Macmillan Audio.
6 PM ET/3 PM PT: Something Wicked This Way Comes
In our bookish coven, it’s always spooky season. Join Olivie Blake (The Atlas Six), Susan Dennard (The Luminaries), Catriona Ward (Little Eve), and Rita Woods (The Last Dreamwalker) for a panel on the deliciously dark tales they’re brewing up this Fall, and catch a pre-recorded sneak peek of Alecto the Ninth, read by Tamsyn Muir.
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