A train is coming Friday, March 13th! Please join Ottawa’s James K. Moran as he launches his debut horror novel, Town & Train (Lethe Press, 2014), at Black Squirrel Books.
About Town & TrainSeventeen-year-old John Daniel wakes by the railroad tracks with no recollection of how he got there. Soon, he and police officer David Forester suspect a pervasive and menacing collusion in their small Ontario border town when an antique steam train arrives late in the night.
Event DetailsFriday, March 13. Doors already open at 7 p.m. Reading at 7:30 p.m.
Wine and socializing to follow.
Black Squirrel Books,1073 Bank Street, Ottawa.
For info.: 613-600-3405.
What they’re saying about Town & Train
“A ticket to ride an antique train, mysterious dream visions and vanishing towns—these are the things that will set your heart racing in James K Moran's very welcome addition to small-town horror stories. Wondrously weird and eerily compelling, it is a knockout.”
—Jeffrey Round, Lambda Award-winning author of Lake on the Mountain and The Honey Locust
“Moran does an excellent job of conveying the desperation that drives people to seek salvation in the supernatural...”
About James K. Moran
Ottawa writer James K. Moran’s fiction and poetry have appeared in various Canadian, American and British publications, including Bywords, Glitterwolf: Halloween, Empty Mirror Magazine. Icarus, On Spec, Postscripts to Darkness 3, The Peter F. Yacht Club and The Rolling Darkness Revue. A longtime Daily Xtra contributor, Moran’s articles have also appeared via CBC Radio and Rue Morgue. He blogs at jameskmoran.blogspot.ca. Town & Train is his first novel.