Posted at 6:21 pm
Last night, exhausted from the road, I expressed my happiness in a future schedule clear of travel. Toady I've thrown that out the window and locked in my hotel room and table for Scares that Care 2020.
Glutton for punishment? Hell yes....
Posted at 2:31 pm
Sometimes when it rains, it pours. Dale Ester shared this wonderful review of The Isle:
Fans of gothic horror are in for a treat with THE ISLE.
Set on the New England coast, John C. Foster's novel is full of heavy accents, stormy skies and the salty...
Posted at 9:23 pm
A wonderful Amazon review of The Isle by Marissa Smith!
"From the children to the corpses, I thoroughly enjoyed being immersed in Foster's dark world again with little regard for modern time. I often get distracted and don't finish books but that was definitely not the case...
Posted at 2:56 pm
Here is my Necronomicon schedule:
I’m arriving on Friday around lunch.
Saturday – 3:00-4:15pm
THE UNNAMABLE DOWN EAST: THE INFLUENCE OF LOVECRAFT ON THE WORKS OF STEPHEN KING – Biltmore Ballroom, Graduate 17th Floor
What elements of Lovecraftian fiction have been incorporated by King into his narratives? Which stories...
Posted at 2:10 pm
, Upcoming Works
I typically have more than one project going at a time in various stages of development. As I wait for notes back on the novel All the Teeth in the World I'm revising a novel/novella titled Archibald Leech, the Many Storied Man. This project grew...
Posted at 2:20 pm
It's hard to figure out to begin when recapping Necon, a unique conference in Portsmouth, RI oft likened to a summer camp for horror writers/readers/publishers. Do I start with my terrible performance in the Necon Olympics miniature golf event? My roommate Paul Tremblay? Dinners out...