June 6, 2013 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
June 3, 2013 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
Philadelphians! Want to get an inside look at the work of The Resurrectionist while eating tasty food and dancing to a live DJ? Yeah, us too. Come out to Macy's in Center City this Friday, June 7th from 5-7 PM for a hometown party to celebrate the release of the book Publishers Weekly calls a "welcome addition to any library of dark fantasy."
We'll see you there! And be sure to check out Macy's awesomely creepy window display (above).
Here's the gory details:
The Resurrectionist Macy's Launch Event
Friday, June 7th
Macy's Center City
1300 Market St., Phila. PA
February 13, 2013 • Fiction, Fiction: Horror & Paranormal, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Zombies
He’s not supposed to rise from the sunken city of R’lyeh until the stars are properly aligned. But ever since “Call of Cthulhu” debuted in Weird Tales magazine 85 years ago this month, Lovecraft’s famous horror icon has certainly kept his tentacled face in the public eye. Trying to catalog all of the Dread One’s appearances would likely destroy your soul and your sanity. But in honor of his 85 years of literate existence, here are ten notable sightings of Cthulhu and his fellow things-that-should-not-exist.
October 24, 2012 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal, Fiction: MG & YA
It's almost Halloween, which means for us bibliophiles it's a time for reading horror novels and celebrating the Neil Gaiman created holiday All Hallow's Read! It's the very best of the scary and the literary.
Way back in 2010 (eons ago) Neil Gaiman wrote a blog post about how there aren't enough holidays revolving around the giving of books and since Halloween was right around the corner, All Hallow's Read was born. The premise is simple: gift a scary (age appropriate) book on October 31st.
While it would be fun to give every trick-or-treater a book, it also runs the risk of being not very cost effective so here are some tips for having a fiscally responsible All Hallow's Read.