New Panel, “Tor Presents: Chaos & Cosmos” Announced for BookCon 2020


BookCon, the annual storytelling and pop culture convention, just announced a new panel for 2020: “Tor Presents: Chaos & Cosmos.” The panel will include science fiction/fantasy authors, V.E. Schwab (Bridge of Souls), TJ Klune (The House in the Cerulean Sea), Sarah Kozloff (A Queen in Hiding), Tochi Onyebuchi (Riot Baby), and Andrea Hairston (Master of Poisons).

Here is the exciting panel description:

“Gone are the days of simple good-versus-evil narratives; these are complicated times that call for complicated characters and stories that take us into new and unique places in our universe–and beyond! Pop culture has clearly shifted its attention to the messy, the morally ambiguous, and the weird. In short, things are about to get a little more chaotic in here… Chaos & Cosmos features an eclectic mix of daring speculative fiction authors and new voices from Tor Books and Publishing. Come join some of the genre’s most exciting authors as they discuss how they are breaking traditional rules of genre fiction, creating compelling and truly thought-provoking works of science fiction and fantasy – and how chaos may reign in both fantasy worlds, the cosmos, and the real world alike.”

BookCon will take place at the Javits Center in New York City May 30 to 31 and you can purchase tickets here.

Not sure what to expect? Take a look at our recaps from BookCon 2019 Day One and Day Two!

Nicole joined Nerds and Beyond in 2019 and is excited to finally get back into writing. As a life-long nerdy fangirl from New Jersey, she loves Supernatural and its fandom as well as anything Wayward, Kings of Con, Lucifer, Wynonna Earp, and the musical Bandstand. She’s constantly listening to Louden Swain, The Station Breaks, Briana Buckmaster, The Avett Brothers, The Mots Nouveaux, or any of Aaron Mahnke’s podcasts. When she’s not [procrastinating] on Twitter, you can usually find her binging Netflix with her dog, reading fanfic, or daydreaming about being back in Arizona or Disney World!

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