Advance copy of STORIES FROM THE PLAGUE YEARS

Posted: January 6, 2011 in Books, Cemetery Dance, Displacement, horror fiction, Publishing, Shibboleth, Stories from the PLague Years, Writing

I’ve been writing professionally since about 1992. And I have to tell you, I NEVER get sick of this–the first moment you hold something you’ve written as a physical artifact. It’s always a rush. It’s always a thrill. Brian Freeman at Cemetery Dance Publications just sent along one of two existing advance copies of my collection Stories from the Plague Years. It’s gorgeous. Yeah, I’m saying that as a proud papa. But beyond that, the binding, the paper, ┬áBob Morrish’s layout and Gabrielle Faust’s beautiful cover and interior illustrations are sublime. My crappy camera phone doesn’t do it justice, but here’s a pic.

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