Dark fantasy invites readers to enter worlds where betrayals by those in power are balanced with strong relationships and even romance. Marc Gregson's "Sky's End" involves a kill-or-be-killed competition, while Jasmine Skye's Daughter of the Bone Forest" mixes political betrayal with loyalty and love, and Amelie Wen Zhao immerses readers into Chinese mythology as teens fight demon gods in "Dark Star Burning, Ash Falls White."
|YA Author Stage (Seats 100)
|Sat, Mar 9, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
|Sales & Signing Area - Integrated Learning Center (following presentation)
Marc J. Gregson attended the University of Utah, where he graduated cum laude and received his Bachelor of Arts in English teaching. Gregson's pursuit of learning has led him into the classroom, where he teaches middle school English....
Jasmine Skye is a queer-romantic, grey-ace, bigender fantasy author. Growing up, Skye learned sword fighting, renaissance dancing and equestrian skills through the SCA, a medieval recreation society. In college, s/he studied Psychology, Anthropology (with a specialization in Native and Indigenous Studies) and Multidisciplinary Honors in Writing....
Amélie Wen Zhao is The New York Times and internationally best-selling author of "Song of Silver, Flame Like Night," "Dark Star Burning, Ash Falls White" and the "Blood Heir" trilogy. She grew up in Beijing, where she spent her days reenacting tales of legendary heroes, ancient kingdoms and lost magic at her grandmother's courtyard house....