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The Kitschies & Pandemonium: November Events Calendar

Not sure how this happened, but get ready for a wild month:

Jurassic LondonSunday, 4 November:
The End of the End of the World

Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse goes out of print on 4 November, and the eBook will be removed from Amazon. So move quickly, that is, if you're interested in getting a copy of the collection called "extraordinary", "witty", "moving", "great", "wildly imaginative", "brilliant" and "utterly amazeballs". (That last one was from us.) (Amazon UK) (Amazon US) 

Saturday, 17 November:
The Kitschies present... Invisible Cities with Kate Griffin, Mark Charan Newton and Tom Pollock
(6 pm - 7.30 pm)

Three of the best new voices in fantasy all discussing urban and fantasy and cities and urban fantasy and civic fantasy and urban civility - moderated by Tom Hunter. Put together by The Kitschies, London Calling and The Kraken Rum, this promises to be a great evening at Foyles. Tickets (they're free, but you need 'em) here.

Wednesday, 28 November:
Thy Kingdom Come - Launch Night!
(6 pm - 7.30 pm)

Come join us at Blackwell's Charing Cross! Author Simon Morden will be reading and signing, we'll have stacks (well... a very small stack) of the limited edition of Thy Kingdom Come and loads of the brilliant Metrozone titles. Tickets (also free, but very handy to have) here. Facebook event here.

Thursday, 29 November:
A Town Called Pandemonium - Launch Night!
(6.30 pm - Whenever)

We'll be celebrating the launch of our newest anthology at The Royal George (not quite a Wild West saloon, but we'll try...). Authors Scott K. Andrews, Will Hill, Jonathan Oliver and Den Patrick (plus the lovely editors) will all be there for readings, signings and general mayhem. RSVP and whatnot on Facebook - space is limited, so please let us know if you can make it! 

Saturday, 1 December: 
Submissions deadline for The Kitschies

All books need to be in by 1 December! This means physically in-our-hands, not just "postmarked" or "emailed with a long explanation". If you're a publisher with questions about the submissions process (e.g. 'what books are eligible?' 'how many do you need?' and 'where do I send them?'), please read this and email that