Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Weekly Morbid, mid-week edition

My plan for this month was simple: Blog every day, whether here or on Cemetery Travel.  Write a bunch of guest posts for other people’s blogs. Enjoy the Death Salon and Litquake. Being sick for two and a half weeks … Continue reading

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Litcrawl 2014

So another Litquake is over.  I didn’t get to see anything except the one event I performed at, because of this damn cold I’ve been fighting for the last 10 days.  I wanted to see the Being with Death reading … Continue reading

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The Weekly Morbid

October really is the best time of the year. If you missed my lecture on the demolished pioneer graveyards of San Francisco at last weekend’s Death Salon, there’s a Storify compilation, so you can relive the whole glorious, fascinating day. I got … Continue reading

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Ghost Stories Live this Saturday

Rain Graves, Dan Weidman, and I will read from Years One and Two of The Haunted Mansion Project at Casa Bonampak (1051 Valencia Street, San Francisco) on October 18 at 8:30 p.m. We’ll be reading as part of Eternal Press & … Continue reading

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Death Salon interview: Megan Rosenbloom

Today, the third Death Salon conference is taking place in San Francisco.  (There may be still a handful of tickets available, so if you’re interested, come on down to Fort Mason.) I am curious about the women behind the Death Salon project, so … Continue reading

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