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Tag Archives: Wish You Were Here
The Martini Bar of Horror was my last performance for the year, so I’m glad it went well. I was nervous about telling a story I hadn’t told in public before, but it felt like it went pretty well. Next … Continue reading
Suddenly I have a bunch of things to tell you about. Right now, Lost Angels is on sale on Smashwords. You can get the ebook in nearly any format for half-off if you use the code SSW50 when you buy … Continue reading
How were you approached to contribute to SINS OF THE SIRENS? Did you know who else would be contributing to the anthology? During the World Horror Convention in San Francisco, John Everson took me out for a drink in the … Continue reading
This Wednesday, January 27, 2016, my book of cemetery travel essays will be the topic of discussion at the Morbid Curiosity Book Club in Toronto. The club meets at the BAKA Cafe Gallery Lounge on 2256 Bloor St West, Toronto, Ontario (map) at 7:30 PM. Organizer … Continue reading
Almost every tourist destination has a graveyard. You go to Yosemite National Park: there’s a graveyard. You go to Maui: graveyards everywhere you look. The Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park: both graveyards. The #1 tourist … Continue reading