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Tag Archives: World Horror Convention
Morbid Curiosity Live
In trying to get the word out about my little magazine, I held all kinds of readings. There was the annual release party at Borderlands, which showcased the new contributions. I’ve written before about the Open Mics at the World … Continue reading
The Haunted Mansion blog tour begins
Last August, I was approached by the mastermind of the Haunted Mansion Retreat, Rain Graves, and invited to serve as editor for The Haunted Mansion Project: Year Two. The book would collect nonfiction, short stories, and poetry inspired by the … Continue reading
The Haunted Mansion Project debuts
One of the highlights of the World Horror Convention for me was the The Haunted Mansion Project reading on Friday night. Kim Richards — mistress of Damnation Books, publisher of the Haunted Mansion Project: Year One and Year Two, and … Continue reading
World Horror in New Orleans!
Just a few more days until the World Horror Convention opens in New Orleans! I cannot wait to go back. I haven’t been to New Orleans since Halloween 1999. Here is my schedule for WHC2013. I haven’t penciled in the … Continue reading