Here are the remaining dates for the 199 Cemeteries Fall 2017 book tour:
- October 17 @ 8 pm: Stories, Echo Park
- October 18 @ 5 pm: Ipso Facto, Fullerton
- October 20 @ 7:30 pm: Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego
- October 21 @ 4 pm: Dark Delicacies, Burbank
- October 29 @ 6:30: SF in SF with Erika Mailman, author of The Murderer’s Maid: A Lizzie Borden Novel, and Dana Fredsti, author of Spawn of Lilith at the American Bookbinder’s Museum, San Francisco
- October 30 @ 7 pm: Martuni’s, San Francisco
Ranging across 49 states and 56 countries, I look at one of a kind artwork, tell ghost stories, poke into history, and highlight 199 cemeteries, grave sites, houses of worship, and national treasures that everyone should see before they die.
199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die was featured in the New York Times’ Open Book column!
A partial list of press & radio for 199 Cemeteries is here.
The revised edition of WISH YOU WERE HERE: ADVENTURES IN CEMETERY TRAVEL is finally out. It includes updated text, a bibliography, and an index. More details are available here.
“Guardian of the Golden Gate,” as Alondra story about suicides and the Golden Gate Bridge, just appeared in STRANGE CALIFORNIA in September 2017. The story appears alongside Seanan McGuire, Tim Pratt, and Chaz Brenchley.
My first Grave Fascinations column appeared in September’s Horror Writers Association newsletter.
My Headstone of the Month column on Legacy.com began with Emperor Norton in September.
“Something in the Water,” an Alondra story about San Francisco’s Academy of Sciences, has sold to Occult Detective Quarterly for an upcoming issue. More details as they’re announced.
Earlier this year, “The Drowning City” was reprinted in BEST NEW HORROR #27 — alongside Neil Gaiman, Storm Constantine, and Gemma Files! I can’t tell you how excited I am about that.
I have an essay about reading my own work in Self-Promo Stories: Authors’ Boldest, Cleverest, and Wackiest Strategies to Sell their Own Books, edited by Valerie Frankel, which you can read for free from Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/683123.
ANGELUS ROSE, the sequel to LOST ANGELS, was supposed to be out in November 2016. I’m not sure what its new release date will be. It got derailed when I was approached to write 199 Cemeteries. Months later, I’m trying to reschedule Angelus Rose. I don’t want to release it until I can promote it properly.