An Evening of Space Opera and Futuristic Romance with Christie Meierz

Join us on Tuesday, October 20th at 6:30 pm! Discuss space opera and science fiction adventure with local writer Christie Meierz, award-winning author of THE MARANN and FARRYN’S WAR. There will be refreshments, readings, and giveaways of classic science fiction and space opera, all at Pittsburgh’s premier science fiction book shop.



Farryn’s War (Exiles of the Drift ~ Book 1)

A novel of love, vengeance, and a world reopened to the stars.


The empathic Tolari of the Beta Hydri system shunned space travel for thousands of years. Farryn of Monralar tried to shake his people from their isolation–tried and failed, losing his honor in the process. Now an exile, he puts his past behind him by building his own criminal empire among the colonies of Earth.

Only Farryn’s estranged lover Sharana–scholar, political analyst, and one of the most powerful empathic sensitives on Tolar–dares to follow him into human space, desperate to find out what has become of him, hopeful of convincing him that she never betrayed him.

Unfortunately, Earth Central Security is watching, and Sharana has no idea what she is getting herself into.

About the Author

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Award-winning author Christie Meierz writes space opera and science fiction romance set on a world of empaths at the edge of a dystopic Earth empire. Her published works include her PRISM award-winning novel, The Marann, and two prequel short stories, Into Tolari Space ~ The First Contact Stories. She is a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), spent 10 years raising sheep in upstate New York, and has been declared capable of learning Yup’ik.

Christie now lives in Pittsburgh with her mathematician husband and an assortment of stuffies. When she’s not writing, she writes about writing on her blog,  Meierz HYPERLINK Musings (,  Facebook (facebook/christie.meierz), where she welcomes comments and friend requests, and her  Facebook Author Page (facebook/tolarispace).

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