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How to Mars

David Ebenbach

240 pages
Tachyon Publications Llc
  • A witty, topical novel skewering space exploration in the age of reality TV. Six erstwhile scientist-astronauts discover that winning the race to Mars is not the prize they’d imagined—but there may be something much more rewarding if they can just keep from tearing each other apart
  • Appeals strongly to fans of humorous science fiction movies like Galaxy Quest; pop culture television series like Star Trek and Space Force; and technothrillers like The Martian
  • National marketing plan to include author and publisher social media campaigns, print and digital ARCs, book launch, author events and appearances, blog tour, podcasts, features, and interviews
  • Author Bio
    David Ebenbach writes. He has been writing ever since he was a kid, when he kept his whole family awake by banging away on an enormous manual typewriter, and he’s never wanted to stop. He is the author of eight books of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, and his work has picked up awards along the way: the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, the Juniper Prize, the Patricia Bibby Award, and more.

    A Philadelphia native, these days David does most of his writing in Washington, DC, where he lives with his family—because he uses a laptop now, he doesn’t keep them awake with his typing—and where he works at Georgetown University, teaching creative writing and literature.