A Night of Dark Fiction

Join multiple award-nominated and critically acclaimed New York City authors Karen Heuler, John C. Foster, and Nicholas Kaufmann for a night of thrills, chills, and astonishment!

Come for the amazing stories, stay for the glamorous prizes*! What better way to spend a winter’s night?

Thursday, January 17th
7 PM – 9 PM

Otto’s Shrunken Head – 584 East 14th Street, between Ave A and Ave B

Karen Heuler is the author of The Inner City, In Search of Lost TimeOther Places, and others.

John C. Foster is the author of Mister WhiteNight RoadsThe Isle, and others.

Nicholas Kaufmann is the author of Dying Is My Business, In the Shadow of the Axe100 Fathoms Below, and others.

Feel free to RSVP at the Facebook event page if you like. Hope to see you there!

* Prizes may not be glamorous.

100 FATHOMS BELOW Book Launch!

On Thursday, October 18th, at 8 PM, join Bram Stoker Award-nominated, Thriller Award-nominated, and Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author Nicholas Kaufmann as he celebrates the release of his newest novel, 100 Fathoms Below (co-written by Steven L. Kent), in conversation with Bram Stoker Award-winning author Grady Hendrix (Paperbacks from Hell, We Sold Our Souls). The event will be held at Quimby’s Bookstore, located at 536 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Copies of 100 Fathoms Below will be available for purchase and signing. Both Nicholas Kaufmann and Grady Hendrix will be happy to sign any of their books that you bring from home as well.

Quimby’s is accessible via the G train to Metropolitan Avenue or the L train to Lorimer Street. Please feel free to bring your interested friends and loved ones along!

100 fathoms below…

The depth at which sunlight no longer penetrates the ocean.

1983. The US nuclear submarine USS Roanoke embarks on a classified spy mission into Soviet waters. Their goal: to find evidence of a new, faster, and deadlier Soviet submarine that could tip the balance of the Cold War. But the Roanoke crew isn’t alone. Something is on board with them. Something cunning and malevolent.

Trapped in enemy territory and hunted by Soviet submarines, tensions escalate and crew members turn on each other. When the lights go out and horror fills the corridors, it will take everything the crew has to survive the menace coming from outside and inside the submarine.

In the dark.

Combining Tom Clancy’s eye for international intrigue with Stephen King’s sense of the macabre, 100 Fathoms Below takes readers into depths from which there is no escape.

“The perfect blend of suspenseful political thriller and creepy horror is sure to please fans of both genres. Readers will not be able to turn away.” — Publishers Weekly

R.I.P. Peter Mayer

I’m very sorry to hear that Peter Mayer has passed away at the age of 82. His family was close with my family, and he was my very first boss in publishing when I worked for the Overlook Press right out of college. I learned so much in that job, and was happy to help publish authors like Mervyn Peake, Joseph Roth, Rachel Pollack, and Tanith Lee. I remember many parties at his NYC and Woodstock homes in the early 1990s, and I’m grateful for all the doors that opened for me because of his generosity.

NYRSF Readings: Alisa Kwitney & Nicholas Kaufmann

Friends! I will be reading at the New York Review of Science Fiction series on Tuesday, March 6th, along with Alisa Kwitney. I hope you can join us! (They have beer!) Here are the details:

Tuesday, March 6th
7 PM
The Brooklyn Commons
388 Atlantic Avenue, between Hoyt & Bond
In Brooklyn!

Click here for the Facebook event page, where you can RSVP if you want!

I hope to see you there! (Did I mention they have beer?) Feel free to bring books to sign!

 

 

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