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Upcoming Appearances

2015

June 22-July 29, Roanoke, VA
Hollins University Summer Graduate Program in Children’s Literature

July 29-31, Greensburg, PA
Alpha Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Workshop for Young Writers

August 1, Pittsburgh, PA
YA Lecture Series at Parsec

September 20-27, Independence of the Seas cruise ship
2015 Out of Excuses Writing Workshop and Retreat

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Ellen Kushner unites her talents and insights as a writer, performer, and cultural maven in one sleek package: she is the author of acclaimed works of literary fantasy, an award-winning audio book narrator and stage performer, the creator and former host of public radio’s national series Sound & Spirit, and a popular teacher and lecturer.

Thomas the Rhymer Cover UK 2015 THOMAS tHE RHYMER RETURNS TO THE UK AS A FANTASY MASTERWORK
Britain’s Orion Publishing has selected Ellen’s Thomas the Rhymer (which has long been unavailable in the UK) as a Fantasy Masterwork, and republished it with a gorgeous new cover by Delphine Lebourgeois and introduction from award-winning author Lisa Tuttle. Available now!
Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman. ELLEN, DELIA SHERMAN ARE ON BOARD WITH THE “OUT OF EXCUSES WRITING WORKSHOP”
This September, Ellen and Delia will be sailing the seas and providing instruction to writers as part of the 2015 Out of Excuses Writing Workshop and Retreat. Care to join them? Find out more here.
Diane Rehm and Ellen Kushner ELLEN APPEARS ON NPR’s “DIANE REHM SHOW”
In December, Ellen joined fairy tale scholars Marina Warner and Maria Tatar on NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show” for a terrific discussion of “The History and Modern Relevance of Fairy Tales.” The entire hour can be heard here.
Featured in the Fall issue of AudioFile Magazine
The Fall of the Kings co-authors Ellen Kushner & Delia Sherman and producer Sue Zizza discuss bringing the Riverside Series to audio for Neil Gaiman Presents with an all-star cast including Neil Gaiman himself. Says Kushner: “You’re listening to me read you the story, and then you start to dream that it’s come to life…”