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Category Archives: author appearance
It could be a book signing, a convention panel, or a radio interview, but probably doesn’t have a reading component
This Sunday (8/11) I’ll be back on the “Lilycat on Stuff” radio show on http://FCCFREERADIO.com/ from 12-2 pm San Francisco time. You can listen live or check out the podcast later. I’ll be talking about and reading from Tales for the Camp Fire: … Continue reading →
This weekend, May 4 and 5, the Bay Area Book Festival returns to Berkeley, California. I’ll be hanging out again with the Bay Area chapter of the Horror Writers Association at booth #154 on Allston Way, conveniently near the La … 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 →
This weekend, April 28 and 29, is the return of the Bay Area Book Festival to Berkeley, California. The book festival is amazing because it brings together authors, writers organizations, publishers, booksellers, and — most importantly — readers. There’s nothing … Continue reading →
Next Tuesday, April 17, I’ll be participating in the citywide Reimagine End of Life festival across San Francisco from April 16-22. The evening I’m part of is called Memento Mori. Memento Mori is an ancient Roman phrase meaning “Remember Your … Continue reading →