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Lindsay Ellis with John Scalzi

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Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm | Cost: $36*
*Ticket includes a signed copy of "Truth of the Divine" (while supplies last)

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Fans of Lindsay Ellis rejoice! The author of the explosive Axiom’s End is back with a new novel featuring heroine Cora Sabino: Truth of the Divine. For an exciting, one-of-a-kind webinar event produced by St. Martin’s Press in collaboration with multiple indie bookstores, Ellis will discuss this latest book in her first contact Noumena trilogy—along with none other than science fiction legend John Scalzi.

This is a special pre-publication event before the book even hits the shelves! Your ticket includes one copy of the book and a single-use login for the event, including Q&A with these two incredible authors.

Cora isn’t taking on extraterrestrial matters alone. Ampersand remains by Cora’s side and in her mind, along with a new ally: investigative reporter Kaveh Mazandarani. While they face off against unfriendly forces, Ellis tackles even bigger issues: the true nature of humanity, the boundaries of the human imagination, and what creates the monsters among us.

Axiom’s End splashed into the literary world of science fiction, debuting at #7 on the New York Times bestseller list. Although fresh to the fiction scene, Ellis had already made her mark as a Hugo-nominated video essayist and media critic, with over a million YouTube subscribers. She’s not shy: from abortion to online harassment to Marxism, she takes on urgent issues while pulling no punches. Ellis cohosts PBS’s It’s Lit! series, and is one of Patreon’s top 50 creators.

Join us as Kepler’s welcomes this fascinating, energetic, outspoken author in conversation with the one and only John Scalzi!

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Cost: $36*
*Ticket includes a signed copy of "Truth of the Divine" (while supplies last)
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