Bad Moon Books unveils cover for NightWhere Hardcover Edition!
Next month, Bad Moon Books
(who also issued a limited edition of Siren)
will begin taking pre-orders for a limited, signed and numbered hardcover edition of NightWhere
. There won't be many of these produced, so if you're interested in getting a copy, keep an eye out on my Facebook or next month's newsletter for information. In the meantime, yesterday, they sent me a copy of the artwork... which I think is pretty cool! Click on the thumbnail at the right to see a full version.
NEW ON THE BLOG:
Ebert, NightWhere, Santiago...
I've been catching up over the past week on my blog... I realized that I hadn't posted any pictures of my week in Santiago there, or even mentioned NightWhere
's Bram Stoker Award nomination. Here are links to my most recent posts:
Remembering Chile (a brief account of my time in Santiago, interrupted by hundreds of photos)
Thumbs Up, Roger Ebert (my tribute to one of Chicago's newspaper greats and a huge personal inspiration to me)
Listen to a reading of "Bloodroses" now on Tales to Terrify
Issue No 66 of the audio magazine Tales To Terrify launched on Friday - and features host Lawrence Santoro's apologies to baseball, Martin Mundt's painfully hilarious must-hear Not A Regular Review of THE AVENGERS, and Ruth Stearns performing a wonderful audio reading of my tale, "Bloodroses" (I think she reads it better than I ever have, and I've always enjoyed performing that tale!)...
AND ANOTHER THING:
Random news, thanks and interviews...
I found out recently that V-Wars
, Jonathan Maberry's shared world vampire anthology that I contributed a story to, has been picked up by the Science Fiction Book Club! I have dozens of SF Book Club titles on my shelves -- I never thought anything of mine would end up there. You can see the SF Book Club page for V-Wars here
Crawling Abattoir Update:
Thanks for everyone who helped promote and downloaded Martin Mundt's The Crawling Abattoir
last month, the new release from Dark Arts Books
. The free Amazon promotion helped expose Martin Mundt's work to a lot of new readers, and has resulted in lots of great reviews and April sales for the collection. If you grabbed a copy and liked it, you might want to check out his Dark Underbelly of Hymns
(another Dark Arts release) as well as his novelette, The Cranston Gibberer
from Bad Moon Books. That one's been out in paperback for awhile, but just launched as an ebook this month.
If skimming my newsletter doesn't give you enough Everson jabber, now you can read more: I've been interviewed a few times lately: I answered 10 questions for Tuesday's Ten
and talked about my favorite bourbon and beer on the Passionate Foodie Vol. 7
. You can read a bit about the relaunch Siren at Hook of a Book
, and see a short video interview that I did in the Orland Park Convention Center last month at DanCon at JohnGy's Beat
I've been working on some new writing projects over the past few weeks, and I'm looking forward to sharing news about those... soon. In the meantime, it's sunny and closing in on 60 degrees here in Chicagoland, Time for me to go do some yardwork and Sunday barbecuing!
Yours in Dark Arts,