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Tag Archives: Wish You Were Here
My story “Elle a Vu un Loup” appeared in Weirdbook #40 at the end of last year. In the story, Alondra DeCourval travels to Mackinac Island to face a monster that has terrorized the close-knit community. You can check out … Continue reading →
I’m really excited to announce some Alondra news: First off, one of her new adventures appeared in Weirdbook magazine. It’s been a goal of mine to be published in Weirdbook forever, so this is a dream come true. The story … 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 →
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 →
This coming Saturday afternoon — July 29 from 1 pm to 4 — I’ll be signing the updated new edition of Wish You Were Here in Flint, Michigan. Even if you’re not into casually visiting cemeteries, come support my favorite Barnes … Continue reading →