Watch Rachel A. Rosen talk about Cascade at the Brighton Public Library on Tuesday, Dec. 6. It’s on Zoom—get the link through their calendar!
Rachel A. Rosen talks climate disaster, wizards, Cthulhu, and Canadian politics, and how they all come crashing together in her debut novel Cascade.
Join us on November 11, in Toronto, for an in-person author talk and book signing with Rosen will discuss her genre-blending work – part techno-thriller, part response to “hopepunk”, part urban fantasy – and the inspiration behind it. Sign up here.
Can’t make it to Toronto? Prefer online talks? We got you.
There’s a talk online at Brighton Public Library on Dec. 6 at 6:30.
Rachel is speaking about book deisgn at FyreCon Nov. 13 at 4 pm.
Every author has that moment when their book feels real. For some people, it’s signing their manuscript to a press. For some people, it’s holding the print edition in their hands for the first time. For Rachel A Rosen, it was finding Cascade fanfiction on Archive of Our Own. Not just any fanfic. Amazing, hilarious, heartfelt fanfic of Ian, Jonah, and Sujay messing around on government time, by the inimitable SunSalute. Read it here.
Have you ever dreamed that your work would be compared to the likes of Mary Shelley or Ray Bradbury? Well, Rachel A Rosen doesn’t have to dream anymore. Her climate fantasy novel has been declared just as depressing as some of the greatest science fiction authors of all time. Check out this amazing description of Cascade on the Tor blog.
Rachel A Rosen’s debut novel, Cascade (The Sleep of Reason Book 1) is coming out in June. And here’s a trailer to wet your appetite—an amuse bouche of horror.