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Join us this Sunday, June 9th, for a lively evening in celebration of Tales for the Camp Fire: A Charity Anthology Benefiting Wildfire Relief. Doors and bar open at 6:00PM Event begins at 6:30PM Authors Nancy Etchemendy and E.M. Markoff … Continue reading →
Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm – 7:30pm Odd Salon: Cemetery Stories This Saturday night, as part 2 of the fabled Litcrawl in San Francisco’s Mission District, I’ll be joining Odd Salon Fellows Laura Rubin and Casey Selden for tales from … 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 →
Every year I repost the true story of my Halloween visit to the Westgate Gallery in New Orleans. The story originally appeared in Morbid Curiosity magazine, and was reprinted in Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues. (I still have some paperback … Continue reading →
My home life is still…complicated. My kid’s headaches are still out of control and the weeklong treatment at UCSF in January only seems to have made things worse. Getting away to FogCon last weekend was the first break I’ve had … Continue reading →