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5 Questions for Alan M. Clark

I’ve been a fan of Alan M. Clark’s work for a really long time.  We met mumble-something years ago at one of the World Horror Conventions, when Alan was showing his paintings in the Art Show.  He painted an amazing … Continue reading

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The Mortician’s Gift

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

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Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues

My first big book sale came in 2008, when Scribner bought a collection of essays I’d culled from my Morbid Curiosity magazine. Morbid Curiosity collected true first-person confessions from people around the world, talking about the crazy stuff they had survived. It … Continue reading

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199 Cemeteries at Ipso Facto

Just a reminder that I’ll be at the legendary Ipso Facto at 517 N. Harbor Boulevard in Fullerton, California tonight at 5:30 pm to sign copies of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die.  I’ll also have copies of Morbid Curiosity #10, Morbid Curiosity … Continue reading

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Taking my Morbid Curiosity on the Road

It’s an annual tradition that I post my true Halloween story “The Mortician’s Gift.” This is a reminder that I’ll be on tour in Southern California in support of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die. The SoCal dates for … Continue reading

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