So many good things have happened in the last week that I am having trouble keeping up with them all. I keep thinking of things I want to blog about, but then the next shiny opportunity comes along…
The highlight for today is taking the 199 Cemeteries Roadshow to Borderlands Books in San Francisco’s Mission District. I go way back with Borderlands: they hosted my first-ever Morbid Curiosity reading in 1998, the year after they opened. I worked behind the corner at the first Borderlands on Laguna Street way back in the day. Borderlands invited me to perform at my first Litcrawl in 2005. They hosted Morbid Curiosity‘s wake in the cafe space, long before there were walls or a ceiling. Borderlands has always been a huge supporter of my books and of me as an author and editor.
If you can, I’d love it if you could join me this afternoon at 3 pm at the amazing Borderlands Cafe (870 Valencia Street, San Francisco). Bring your cemetery questions, your graveyard adventures, or simply hang out and support an institution that has encouraged so many writers over the years.
PS. Yes, that’s me in my skeleton gloves inside the bookstore. I’m trying to keep my new tattoo out of the sun.