men should strive to learn before they die, what they are running from, and
to, and why."
|Other Road Press. My own imprint, where I published Margaret's Ark in 2011 and more to come soon.||a homeless shelter for families, composed of a network of churches and synangogues. I work for them twice a year when they come to our home town, and I'm also their webmaster. They're always in need of donations.||The New England Horror Conference, or Camp Necon, is the only conference I go to with any regularity. So far been attending each year since 200. Limited to 200 writers, artists, editors and some fans - this is really a retreat for working writers - it's a real mellow, sometimes crazy, fun time, where everyone talks about writing for 4 days straight. Ah.....|
|Dragon Moon Press (Canada). Part of Edge/Tesseract Books, they published Solomon's Grave in Canada & the US in 2009.||I and michael Arruda founded this back in 2003, and today, after changing hands a few times, it's become an amazing organzation for New England writers, with many local events and two anthologies so far, edited by Tracy Carbone and Stacey Longo Harris.||Cinema Knife Fight: Friends Lauran (L.L.) Soares and Michael Arruda have moved their regular movie feature to their own website. Like Ebert and Siskel, these two go head-to-head with their reviews of everything that Hollywood spits out. Fun and always an informative read, it also features reiviews from other hips in-the-know folks including, well, me! I do a monthly science fiction review..|
|Necon eBooks publish the ebook editor of Christmas Trees & Monkeys, founded by the late Bob Booth of Necon-fame.||I used to be their webmaster, and did a 2.5 year stint as their "postmaster" (I answered the emails). Most recently I was a Trustee. To find horror writers, publishers, organizations, horror-related sites, links to art, articles on writing, this is the place to be. If you're a horror writer - join... well, if you can. Tougher to get in these days...||Ralan.com. One of the best free market listing sites for most every horror, sci-fi and fantasy market out there.|
|Germany. Michael & co published Solomon's Grave in German (as Das grab Des Salomon). (This makes country #2... any others?) and Plague of Darkness (as Plage der Finsternis). Otherworld is building a nice name for themselves in the market. Hopefully I won't drag them down.||Il Punto d'Incontro. Vicenza, Italy. These folks were the first publisher to put Solomon's Grave out in Italian. It was released in December '06.||Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America: I recently rejoined the SFWA after having left for a while, I missed sharing membership with the likes of Ray Bradbury and Ben Bova.|
If anyone has a web site they'd like me to check out, please email me. Thanks.