Tuesday 23rd May
Ps and Gs Church, 46 York Place, EH1 3HP
N.B. Due to a serious family emergency, Susan Dennard will no longer be a part of this event - nor any of her planned UK dates for that matter. Our best wishes are with Susan and her family at this time. If you have any questions regarding this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are overjoyed to be hosting two stars of the Young Adult & Fantasy genres, Olivie Blake and Susan Dennard, on a rare Edinburgh appearance this May. The bestselling authors will be discussing their most recent publications - Olivie's One For My Enemy and Susan's The Luminaries - in the New Town's magnificent, 18th Century Gothic-outlier, Ps & Gs Church.
This will be a night to remember as it is Olivie and Susan's only Scottish date on their whistle-stop tour of the UK. So book in for a night celebrating two of the finest and most exciting voices in the ever-burgeoning Fantasy genre.
One For My Enemy by Olivie Blake
The #1 NYT & Sunday Times bestselling author of The Atlas Six delivers an irresistible tale of ambition, sacrifice and the meaning of blood ties, as two rival families come head -to-head in this Romeo and Juliet retelling with witches.
Olivie Blake, the pseudonym of Alexene Farol Follmuth, is a lover and writer of stories. She has penned the webtoon Clara and the Devil with illustrator Little Chmura and the BookTok-viral Atlas series, alongside the recent love story, Alone With You In The Ether. As Alexene, she has written the young adult rom-com My Mechanical Romance. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, new baby, and rescue pit bull.
The Luminaries by Susan Dennard
From the NYT bestselling author of the Witchlands series, comes a haunting and high-octane contemporary fantasy, about the magic it takes to face your fears in a nightmare-filled forest, and the mettle required to face the secrets hiding in the dark corners of your own family.
Susan Dennard is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of the Witchlands series (now in development for TV from the Jim Henson Company), and the Something Strange and Deadly series, in addition to short fiction published online.