The release of Grave Markings 20 years ago launched Michael Arnzen into a lifelong career of deviance and garnered him his first Bram Stoker Award along with an International Horror Guild Award.
This new edition is the first time the book has been available in trade paperback and ebook formats and it has 50 pages of bonus features, including an array of articles about the making of the book and a handful of tattoo-based short stories written in the 90's but never published until now. The last pages even include a link granting access to extra multimedia files, hidden online for your eyes only!
Pre-order the paperback copy from RDSP
Pre-order the ebook from Amazon. Available on October 31st.
To celebrate the release of Grave Markings we're having a reading at Terrault Contemporary art gallery in Baltimore (1515 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, MD 21202) on October 25th at 7:30pm. Come out and join us for this FREE event.
Top 10 Scariest RDSP Titles
There's probably as many different types of scary as there are people, so for the Halloween season weâ€™ve compiled a list of the top 10 scariest RDSP books. Each provides a different kind of horrible thrill so this handy guide lets you know which type of spooky thrill to expect.
November 1, 3pm Mysterious Galaxyâ€”Day of the Dead Party
7051 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, Ste #302, San Diego, CA 92111 â€¢ Maria Alexander
November 6-9 World Fantasy Conventionâ€”Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA 22202 â€¢ Maria Alexander, John Edward Lawson, Heidi Ruby Miller, Jason Jack Miller, K. Ceres Wright
New feature: Each month we'll ask a trivia question. The 1st person to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct answer gets an RDSP prize pack including a free book.
This month's question: Which RDSP author has a Masters in Science Fiction from the University of Liverpool.
John Edward Lawson shares the best author opportunities for this month