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Book Overview

The Time Traveler’s Pocket Guide is a humor-filled parody of modern travel guides, full of fictional advice for fictional time travelers. Scattered throughout the articles and essays in the book are illustrations, diagrams, and charts, making for a light, entertaining read that is perfect for the science fiction lover.

Quick Facts

Title: The Time Traveler’s Pocket Guide
Author: K. Sekelsky
Contributors: M. Bennardo, Jeff Huber, Sanjay Kulkarni
ISBN: 978-0-615-51820-6
Imprint: The Time Travel Bureau
5″x7″, 100 pages (21 illustrated pages)
Published Date: September 10, 2011
Available as: paperback, eBook (coming soon)

What People Have Said

 During a recent trip to the future, I saw my blurb on the back of this book on a remainder table. Apparently I will find it ‘Clever and full of big laffs.’
Ken Jennings, Jeopardy! contestant and author


 This is the quintessential guide for the gentleman or lady time traveler, containing everything you must know before, during, after, and combinations thereof, during your temporal voyages.
Zach Weiner, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

Biographic Information for K. Sekelsky

Katie (K.) Sekelsky is a graphic designer, illustrator, and cartoonist. A resident of western Pennsylvania, Sekelsky has been involved in the world of web and independent comics for nearly a decade. Her illustrations have been featured in Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Triennial and in the Amazon bestseller Machine of Death: A Collection of Stories About People Who Know How They Will Die. She currently writes and draws a time travel comic strip at magpieluck.com. More of her illustrations can be seen at ksekelsky.com.

Biographic Information for Additional Contributors

M. Bennardo has been published in Asimov’s Science Fiction and Strange Horizons, among other markets. He is currently co-editor of the Machine of Death series at Bearstache Books. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio, and can be reached at mbennardo.com.

Jeff Huber performs improv with Washington, D.C., troupe Sistine Robot. He cowrote the short films “A Feline Between Love and Hate” and “The Adventures of Captain Freedom,” both of which are available online. Jeff can be reached at jeff.huber@rocketmail.com.

Sanjay Kulkarni is from Wilmington, Delaware and studies medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He draws a comic called Cowbirds in Love which you can read at cowbirdsinlove.com.

Images for Download

All images linked in this section are free to download and use in reviews, stories or articles about the Time Travel Bureau or The Time Traveler’s Pocket Guide.


The Time Traveler’s Pocket Guide cover (download in high resolution 1000px x 1400 px | 1.8MB)


The Time Traveler’s Pocket Guide book photograph (download in high resolution 2406px x 3420px | 4.5MB)


The Time Travel Bureau logo (download in high resolution 1000px x 872px | 304KB)


K. Sekelsky author portrait (download in high resolution 1800px x 2329px | 2.3MB)

Contact

To inquire about interviews, review copies, reselling or anything else, you can contact K. Sekelsky directly through the Time Travel Bureau contact page.

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