Zombie-Themed Book Date at Seattle's Northwest Film Forum
Simply Twisted Productions invites you to attend their first Book Date at the Northwest Film Forum (located at 1515 12th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98122) on February 25th, 2012.
Doors open at 2:00 pm, and the show starts at 2:15p m. This is a new event series featuring Morgue Anne of The Twisted Geeks and Sex and Death with Morgue Anne. This is Anne doing what she does best - talking to authors about their books and creative process.
The first Book Date will be zombie-themed and feature three authors of the genre to talk about their experiences with the undead.
Thom Carnell is a horror writer whose fiction has been featured in Swank Magazine, in Carpe Noctem Magazine, and in the horror anthology Bloody Carnival from Pill Hill Press. He also works as a journalist and his interviews and profiles can be found in Fangoria Magazine and on DreadCentral.com and Twitchfilm.com. He can be heard on The Night Crew Podcast as well as being a Senior Programmer/Panelist for Seattle's ZomBCon and Crypticon. He is a graduate of the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science, a certified eye enucleist, and a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist. He is currently at work on the sequel to his horror-action novel No Flesh Shall Be Spared, which is available here. His website is located here.
Eloise Knapp is now writing a sequel to her first novel after her successful self-publishing of The Undead Situation on Kindle, which sparked the interest of a publisher. She is also the editor-in-chief of Z Magazine, the first magazine written by zombies for zombies. Knapp's love for zombies doesn't stop at writing stories. She also enjoys zombie photography, reading and reviewing zindie (zombie + indie) books, and philosophical zombie discussions. With her collection of weaponry, Blackhawk tactical gear, and a thirst for all things survival, she awaits the zombocalypse eagerly. Knapp currently resides in Washington state, where her novel is based, and is working on a degree in graphic design at Seattle University. You can find out more about her at her website.
Timothy W. Long has been writing stories since he could hold a crayon and has also read enough books to choke a landfill. He has a fascination with all things zombie and a deep-seated need to jot words on paper and thrust them at people. Tim is the author of the zombie novels Among the Living and Beyond the Barriers, both from Permuted Press. His zombedy novel The Zombie Wilson Diaries was named one of the best zombie novels of the year by Barnes and Noble. Tim also co-authored the bizarro novel Wacktards of the Apocalypse with Sir Jonathan Moon, which has become the preferred version of the end of the world by rapture survivors everywhere. 2012 will see sequels to both Among the Living and Beyond the Barriers.
"Book Date" is sponsored by Cafe Mox and Crypticon Seattle.
Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets.
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