Our first anthology, Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse, will be launched on Friday, 4 November 2011 as part of Tate Britain’s Late at Tate festivities. The evening begins at 6 pm, and the Pandemonium fun will start at 7.
The anthology contains eighteen original stories by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Lauren Beukes, Jonathan Oliver, Scott K. Andrews, S.L. Grey, Sophia McDougall and a dozen other amazing science fiction, fantasy and horror writers.
Late at Tate already features a lot of activities (performance, music, drinkin', some art...) and once you throw the Pandemonium readings into the mix, it promises to be a heartily apocalyptic sort of evening. We'll be there (of course), as will many of the Pandemonium authors (at least, the ones that don't live in the USA or South Africa).
Entry is free (except for special exhibits) and anyone who registers as one of our guests will receive special offers throughout the evening – including 2-for-1 tickets to the astounding John Martin: Apocalypse exhibition (save £12!), a free poster and some other perks that Tate keep throwing at us.
[Update: Includes a complimentary beverage!]
[Update 2: The room capacity is limited, so make sure to a) get your tickets and b) show up on time!]
There are more details - and the registration form - over on the Pandemonium Fiction site.
We hope to see you there!