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Facebook Live: Kate Elliott & Ken Liu

Hi Signed Page Friends,

The title of this blog post says it all.

I’m going to try my hand at some Facebook Lives with authors who sign at The Signed Page. And the first Facebook Live is a fantastic one! SF&F authors Kate Elliott and Ken Liu will be in conversation for the release of Kate’s new book, SERVANT MAGE. The two writers will discuss the book, SF&F, and take questions from the virtual audience.

I’ll be moderating the discussion as well as trying to read as many virtual audience questions as I can during our hour-long event.

Click HERE to join the Facebook Live Event, which will remind you on February 3rd that the event is happening. Big thank you to Tor Books for setting this up.

Here are more details about Kate and Ken:

KATE ELLIOTT ( has been writing science fiction and fantasy for 30 years, after bursting onto the scene with Jaran. She is best known for her Crown of Stars epic fantasy series and the New York Times bestselling YA fantasy Court of Fives. Elliot’s particular focus is immersive world-building & centering women in epic stories of adventure, amidst transformative cultural change. She lives in Hawaii, where she paddles outrigger canoes & spoils her Schnauzer.

KEN LIU( is an American author of speculative fiction. He has won the Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy awards, as well as top genre honors in Japan, Spain, and France, among other countries.

Liu’s debut novel, The Grace of Kings, is the first volume in a silkpunk epic fantasy series, The Dandelion Dynasty, in which engineers play the role of wizards. His debut collection, The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories, has been published in more than a dozen languages. A second collection, The Hidden Girl and Other Stories, followed. He also wrote the Star Wars novel, The Legends of Luke Skywalker.

He has been involved in multiple media adaptations of his work. The most recent projects include “The Message,” under development by 21 Laps and FilmNation Entertainment; “Good Hunting,” adapted as an episode in season one of Netflix’s breakout adult animated series Love, Death + Robots; and AMC’s Pantheon, with Craig Silverstein as executive producer, adapted from an interconnected series of short stories by Liu. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Liu worked as a software engineer, corporate lawyer, and litigation consultant. He frequently speaks at conferences and universities on a variety of topics, including futurism, cryptocurrency, history of technology, bookmaking, narrative futures, and the mathematics of origami.

Liu lives with his family near Boston, Massachusetts.