Overheard during a conversation in the car between authors Adam J. Whitlatch and G.D. Hamilton yesterday on the way to Keokon 2009: Adam: Oh, shit… Gabe: What happened? Adam: I think my water just broke. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.
Archive for November, 2009
Happy Turkey Day, everyone! I’m currently in Cedar Rapids at my inlaws’ for Thanksgiving dinner and this year my mother-in-law decided to take things easy and treated the entire clan to a buffet dinner at Ryan’s Steakhouse. Good food, but the place was a goddamned circus. Not a good, fun circus like Bazooko’s, mind you, [...]
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This morning I had the pleasure of taking part in a radio interview regarding Keokon. Per, Peyton, and I sat down with Suzie G. of 1310 AM KOKX and filled her listeners in on exactly what they can expect to find at Keokon this year. We had a lot of fun and now you, my [...]
Some of you have been waiting more than a year for this one and the wait is finally over. Issue 7 of Shroud Magazine is available now on Amazon.com for $7.99. This issue features one of my favorite short stories of mine “You Missed a Spot.” The story features some killer artwork by Danny Evarts. [...]
That’s right, folks. Just two short weeks left to pre-register online for Keokon and save $10 off the door price! Click here to learn how to register online (credit card or PayPal) or by regular mail. Twenty dollars gets you in for both fun-filled days. This event is family friendly, so feel free to bring [...]
As many of you know, my fiction is a regular feature on Six Sentences every Halloween (along with Joseph Grant and Rod Drake), and has been for about three years now. This year should have been no different, but for some unknown reason (I have heard nada from the 6S editor) my story did not [...]