The Weekly Morbid

It’s been a busy week for your humble narrator:

Tonia Brown interviewed me for her Backseat Writer blog. You’ll get an adult content warning if you click the link, but my interview is safe to read.

Anatomy Lab,” an essay about my first day in the cadaver lab from the upcoming memoir This Morbid Life, appeared on the Gravecast Blog today.

I recapped the first cemetery tour I arranged for the Obscura Society on Cemetery Travel.

Tickets for the second cemetery tour went on sale on the Atlas Obscura.

I wrote my 130th Cemetery of the Week entry. This one is about the incredible Wooldridge monument in Mayfield, Kentucky.

I raved about last weekend’s Publishing University in San Francisco on the Red Room.

I donated a handful of copies of Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues to Authors Supporting the Troops.

I’ve been poking around the graves of famous men this week on Cemetery Postcards.

Oh, and if you missed it last week, my daughter and I explored the Detroit Institute of Art, where the art was in danger of being sold to pay the city’s debts, on Scoutie Girl.

About Loren Rhoads

I am the author of the essay collection Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, co-author of the novel As Above, So Below, and editor of The Haunted Mansion Project: Year Two. My science fiction trilogy, The Dangerous Type, will be published by Night Shade in 2015. In addition to blogging at CemeteryTravel.com, I blog about my morbid life at lorenrhoads.com.
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2 Responses to The Weekly Morbid

  1. coastalcrone says:

    You do get around, lady! Very impressive!

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