A month or so ago I appeared at SF in SF, the San Francisco reading series run by the lovely and dynamic Rina Weisman (that’s her in the back). I read alongside Hannu Rajaniemi, author of the Quantum Thief trilogy (handsome guy to the right), and the event was moderated, as usual, by the also handsome Terry Bisson, one of my literary heroes.
I read two stories. “A Thousand Gomorrahs,” my apocalyptic love letter to coffee shops, has only been published in Hebrew; it was written for a con in Israel run by my friends Ehud Maimon and Keren Landsman. “Digital,” about a man whose sense of self moves from behind his eyes to the index finger of his left hand, appeared in my short story collection, Unpossible and Other Stories.