Christina Henry is perhaps best known as the author of the Chronicles of Alice
and Red Queen
, a dark and twisted take on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Her latest novel, The Mermaid
, is a beautifully written and daringly conceived story of passion and courage in which women have only the power they seize for themselves: an original and fantastical story of empowerment and emancipation.
Dhonielle Clayton is an author and Chief Operating Officer of the non-profit We Need Diverse Books. Her latest novel, The Belles has been praised as 'the next big groundbreaking event in YA' (Rick Riordan): a rich, gripping and thought-provoking novel about morality, individuality, and the malleability and artificiality of beauty.
Sarah Maria Griffin is the author of Not Lost and, more recently, Spare and Found Parts. A fierce, dystopian novel about hope and human ingenuity, Spare and Found Parts realizes a world destroyed by human obsession with technology. Channeling Tim Burton and Frankenstein, Griffin's writing is compelling, full of secrets, blackmail, and betrayals.
Please join us for what promises to be a fantastic evening.