Two Readings Coming Up

I’ve got two readings coming up in New York City to promote my latest novel, Die and Stay Dead. Right now it’s looking like these will be my last readings for 2014 (unless the World Fantasy Convention finds a reading slot for me).

WRITERS READ NYC – Sunday, October 26th
The Sidewalk Cafe
96 Avenue A (at 6th Street)
6 PM (doors open at 5:30)
http://writersreadnyc.com

Joining me will be author Gene Albertelli, poet Marcia Loughran, and essayist Malcolm McNeill. There is a $5 cover charge. I will have personal copies of Die and Stay Dead with me to sell and sign, but what would be even better (and more helpful to the author) would be if you bought a copy from the bookseller of your choice and brought it with you for me to sign. That way, the publisher will see copies flying off the shelves!

THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION READING SERIES – Tuesday, November 4th
The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan Street (between West Houston and Prince)
7 PM (doors open at 6:30)
http://www.hourwolf.com/nyrsf/

Joining me will be critically acclaimed and multi-award-nominated horror author John Langan. Admission is free, but there is a $7 suggested donation. As with the Writers Read NYC event, I’ll have personal copies of Die and Stay Dead with me to sell and sign, but it would be even more helpful to the author (that’s me!) if you bought a copy from your favorite bookseller instead and brought it with you for me to sign. The publisher needs to see this book selling!

If you came to the event at WORD in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on October 1st, thank you very much! Also, please don’t feel obligated to come to these next two events as well, unless you really want to, since I’ll be reading the same excerpt from Die and Stay Dead that I read at WORD.

Thank you for your support, everyone, and I hope to see you at the readings!

2 responses to “Two Readings Coming Up”

  1. Mark Angevine says:

    Just started Die and Stay Dead,which I have been eagerly anticipating.Love it! Hope to see you at the reading.

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