Special Event ~ Steampunk Tea for the Locus Foundation at Borderlands

I hinted at this a little while ago, Gentle Reader, but I have added one final event for 2015 in San Francisco. You won’t see me again in public until I visit Orlando next March.

I’ll be attending this event in costume (either steampunk or full Victorian, I haven’t decided which) and I’ve donated a number of items from my collection to the goody bags. Finally, there is a good chance you will get to try my Mum’s famous scotch eggs.  Previously they honored the Soulless book launch party in 2009, but haven’t been seen in public since. Very coveted, Mum’s scotch eggs.

Here are the details:

Steampunk Tea Party Fundraiser with Gail Carriger

Sat. Dec. 5, 10AM – noon

Join author Gail Carriger and SF-in-SF for Elevenses!


 We are pleased to announce a mid-morning Steampunk Tea.
Complete with beverages, snacks, goodie bags, and prizes, this delightful soiree is being held to help raise money for the Locus Science Fiction Foundation.


  • Where: Borderlands Books, 866 Valencia, between 19th & 20th, San Francisco, CA; street parking is metered, and there is also a parking garage on 22nd & Valencia 
  • Cost: $45 per person (this is a charity fundraiser after all), seating is extremely limited.
  • Menu: We’ll be serving scrumptious nibbles, tempting teas, and giving away pretty prizes.
  • Everyone goes home a winner – you’ll be collecting an exclusive gift bag to take home!
  • Program: Come please mix and mingle with your fellow callers during morning tea; author Gail Carriger will be present and we’ll be raffling off some AMAZING items. Gail’s books and others with be available for private perusal and purchase, or feel free to bring your own books to be signed by Ms. Carriger at the end of the event.

PLEASE, do feel free to come in costume!!

Can’t make it?
Here’s an 8 minute video on how to make Scotch eggs. This isn’t exactly the way my Mum does it, but close enough.

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