Friday, October 26, 2012

The Horror of Superheroes

I've been very, very busy since the end of August, when I decided to teach a semester of Writing News for Broadcast at Franklin College. That's meant less Crimsonstreaking. Sure, I "finished" a sequel and "started" the third book in the series, but I haven't had time to blog or do events.

So I have an upcoming event with a bunch of peers from the Indiana Horror Writers coming up on November 3.

Friend and fellow author R.J. Sullivan describes the event, Hoosier Horror for the Holidays, as a gathering of authors with "vampires, ghosts, pirates, superheroes, fantasy warriors, wizards, and more!"

I'll be supplying the superheroes.

Here's the information:

Saturday, November 3
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Mooresville Public Library
220 West Harrison Street
Mooresville, Indiana 46158
317.831.7323, mooresvillelib.org

In addition to me, check out the other authors involved:

Maurice Broaddus: Indianapolis, co-editor of the Dark Faith anthologies (Apex Books) and author of the urban fantasy trilogy, Knights of Breton Court (Angry Robot Books). www.MauriceBroaddus.com King’s Justice, King Maker, King’s War, Dark Faith, Dark Faith: Invocations, and more.

Eric Garrison: Indianapolis, dark supernatural fantasies: ghosts, demonic possession and sinister fairy folk. www.ericgarrison.wordpress.com Road Ghosts (3-in-1), Blue Spirit.

Roberta Hoffer: Indianapolis, three words: Romantic Vampire Series. www.asilentheart.com Silent Heart, Silent Madness.

R.J. Sullivan: Camby, author of edgy ghost stories and paranormal thrillers. www.rjsullivanfiction.com Haunting Blue, Haunting Obsession, Contributor to Dark Faith: Invocations

Kathy Watness: North Salem, serial contributor to fantasy anthologies, such as the Blue Kingdom series, “Terribly Twisted Tales,” and The Crimson Pact, V.1.

Michael West: Indianapolis, prolific author of traditional horror and scares. www.bymichaelwest.com Cinema of Shadows, Wide Game, Poseidon’s Children, Skull Full of Kisses, and the just-released Spook House.

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