The Philadelphia Fantastic Authors and Editors Series invite you to join us
author Danielle Ackley-McPhail reading from a story in her latest anthology,
Bad Ass Faeries. The time is Friday, June 22, 2007, at 7:30 PM. The place
is Barnes and Noble Booksellers, 1805 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA. Signing
of the work will immediately follow the reading by the author.
Danielle Ackley-McPhail has worked both sides of the publishing industry for
over a decade. She has used her talent and her passion for writing to expand
her knowledge of the rich mythology of her Celtic heritage and to make her
mark in the world of fantasy.
Her published works include the urban fantasy, Yesterday's Dreams (Mundania
Press, August 2006), its sequel, Tomorrow's Memories (Mundania Press,
February 2007), the chapbook, Children of Morpheus (Lite Circle Books, 2004), an
edited anthology, No Longer Dreams, (Lite Circle Books, 2005), and
contributions to numerous anthologies and collections worldwide, including The Fantasy
Writer's Companion: The Author's Grimoire (Dragon Moon Press, 2007), For
Better or Worse and Passings (Poets Work Press, 2005 and 2006), Dark Furies (Die
Monster Die! Books, , 2005), and Hear Them Roar (Spyre Books, 2006). She has
also been published by Nth Degree Magazine (online and in print), Sabledrake
Magazine, and Darkwalls.com.
Her work has also appeared in the November 2002 and February 2003 issues of
Sabledrake Magazine (www.sabledrake.com) and is included in the anthologies
Through a Glass Darkly , Voyages - An Anthology of World Poetry, Passion - An
Anthology Of The World's Great Short Stories, and The Postmodern
Temperaments: Fifteen Poets published by Cyberwit.
She holds Bachelors Degrees in both English and Communications from Kean
College of NJ; she is currently employed as a Production Manager.
Come, join us and meet a rising voice in the field. Hope to see you all on
Philadelphia Fantastic presents a series of readings
and informal discussions by and with local and regional writers and editors
of speculative fiction on the fourth Friday of the month. The events are
free and dinner with the guest afterwards is at a local restaurant on a pay as
you go basis.
In July, we will feature Camille Bacon-Smith reading from a newly released
For further information about the Philadelphia Fantastic reading series,
contact Oz Fontecchio at <[log in to unmask]> for news of upcoming events.
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