Monday, July 27, 2015

Reading on July 28 in Pittsburgh

Well, Steel City, we're here! Ready or not, Pittsburgh, we have a reading on Tuesday, July 28 at 5:45pm at Rickert & Beagle Books

Me fine wife Anita Dolman will read from her moving sci-fi story, "Pacific Standard", which appears in Triangulations: Lost Voices, an anthology out from Parsec Ink. In her story, Dolman asks 'What would you do if you could hear what the dying thought?' Read more about Lost Voices here. 

I'll draw from my debut horror yarn, Town & Train
also described in the sidebar on the right.

What they're saying about Town & Train:
Moran does an excellent job of conveying the desperation that drives people to seek salvation in the supernatural...”
Publishers Weekly

“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, author of the Lambda Award-winning Lake on the Mountain, the Dan Sharpe mystery series, and The Honey Locust

Looking forward to the whole enchiladafriendly Americans (our trip's chock full of them so far), the fine folks at Rickert & Beagle, the reading, and exploring a new bookstore!

The full listing is here, on the Rickert & Beagle site

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