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Category Archives: author appearance
Claire Davon is another of my sisters at Broad Universe, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and editors in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other speculative genres. Claire can’t remember a time when … Continue reading →
This Thursday, October 11, I’ll be joining local horror authors Emerian Rich, Trinity Adler, Mercy Hollow, E.M. Markoff, R.L. Merrill, Sumiko Saulson, and J. Malcom Stewart at the San Mateo Public Library for the second annual Tales of Horror reading. I’m … Continue reading →
One of our local movie theaters is showing a series of movies about authors and writing every Thursday evening this month. Local authors have been invited to read a little beforehand. This Thursday (September 13) I’m going to read a … Continue reading →
Next Sunday, September 16, I will show some of my favorite photographs from 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die at one of my favorite cemeteries in the book, Colma’s Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. Cypress Lawn was founded in the … Continue reading →
Tomorrow I’ll be joining some of my favorite local authors for Author Fest at the San Mateo Public Library. We’ll be reading short excerpts from our work and talking — and selling — books from noon to 3 pm. Admission … Continue reading →