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#TorChat

Calling all Twitter fans!

In February 2011, Tor/Forge Books announced , a sf/f genre-themed, hour-long chat series hosted on Twitter. Guest authors will join fans in a lively, informative and entertaining discussions of all that’s hot in genre fiction (140 characters at a time) from 4 to 5 PM Eastern on the third Wednesday of every month. Each #TorChat will revolve around a different genre topic of interest, with new guest authors and exclusive fan sweepstakes here on the .

Follow and be sure to check back here for updates on the next chat’s theme and guests, plus suggest a topic for a future #TorChat!

This month’s chat will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd, and we’re incredibly pleased to announce that our featured guest will be… Brandon Sanderson, the author of A Memory of Light, the final book of the Wheel of Time!

Previous chats:

December 2012

Featuring tweets from Tor/Forge employees, talking about their favorite books, tv shows, and movies of 2012.

November 2012

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October 2012

Featuring guest authors , , and

September 2012

Featuring guest authors and

August 2012

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July 2012

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June 2012

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May 2012

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April 2012

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March 2012

Featuring guest authors , , and

February 2012

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December 2011

November 2011

October 2011

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September 2011

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With guest moderator , Tor Editor

August 2011

Featuring guest authors , , and
With guest moderator , Tor Editor

July 2011

Featuring Tor staffers and , and former staffers and

June 2011

Featuring guest authors , , and

May 2011

April 2011

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March 2011

Featuring guest authors , , and

February 2011
Genre Spotlight: Science Fiction
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17 thoughts on “#TorChat

  1. it would be great if you could have some sweepsteaks that people in europe could enter.
    there a tor fans here too.

  2. I am hosting a Halo Creative Writing event via Halo Waypoint (link below). And I’m rather surprised by the outside acknowledgments for this; which is why I plan to host another event in the summer and I was curious if Tor Books would be interested in sponsoring the event by giving away a couple books to the participants (signed if at all possible).

    If you decided to do that I would obviously give credit where it is due and 343i’s Community Manager Jessica Shea could likely write up a good article for the news feed featuring Tor Books contribution along with the event.

    Please if you are interested send me an email to the one I provided.

    Creative Writing Event link:

  3. I’m curious, I have had several on-line “surveys” terminate as soon as I enter my birth-date. If there is an upper limit on entrys, please let us know ASAP so we don’t waste time entering.

    1. Lawrence, if by surveys you mean the sweepstakes we have on occasion, the only limitation on entries is age. For legal reasons, most sweepstakes are limited to those 18 and older. The other limitation is by date – sweepstakes run anywhere from a day to a month, but the end date is always clearly stated. If your problem doesn’t fall into any of these categories, please email us at [email protected]. Thanks!

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