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Ed Morris reports:

First Orycon panel in just a few hours, ‘Blending & Combining Genres’, 3PM, Ross Island Room. Tomorrow night at 7 in the Madison Room, I am reading from ‘There Was A Crooked Man.’

For information on finding OryCon and what’s happening there, go here.

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New photos up on Flickr

Ed Morris did a sneak-preview reading and signing of his forthcoming There Was a Crooked Man at the Human Bean Coffeehouse in Portland, OR–and we’ve got a couple great pictures. Thanks to the Human Bean for being such fantastic hosts!

Edward Morris at the Human Bean, Portland OR

Edward Morris at the Human Bean, Portland OR

Edward Morris signs There Was a Crooked Man

Edward Morris signs There Was a Crooked Man

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Edward Morris reads "Jihad Over Innsmouth"

via wajiii on Flickr

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Ed sent out this blast this morning:

I’m going to go read my story “Jihad Over Innsmouth” at 1:30 back to
back with Laird Barron, then mod the panel on Lovecraft’s
Contributions to SF at 5.

The Colour Out Of Spaghetti, or rather Dario Argento Out Of Space, or
whatever the hell I sat through last night, looked like a reinvented
wheel covered in bad special effects and every single bad horror
trope ever invented.

But that was the low point. Greg Lowney the Festival hatchet-man stood
Serena and I a wonderful dinner last night at Tony Starlight’s. Though
S.T. Joshi, Michael Shea and many of the other seasoned pros were
unable to stay for the full event, the energy and talent this year are
bleeding out of the walls, despite a much lower key schedule.

So far I saw William F. Nolan speak, and had one hell of a lot of fun
on the Humor In Horror panel with Marianne Snyder and Dark Horse
author Jemiah Jefferson. Was also thrilled to death to hear Dan
O’Bannon’s video commentary on Lovecraft when he was accepting the
Howie Award.

Will publish any further notes if this wireless doesn’t keep going
out. In the streets, the foul things squeak and gibber, but they come
no nearer than the edge of the front yard. Yet. The cat is rustling
the curtain, must go and

[SERVICE INTERRUPTED]

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These photos have been a while in coming, but sometimes it takes the photos a while to reach us. That’s ok;  it’s always fun to see what happens at the events we can’t attend in person.

These photos were taken back in June, during Larissa Niec’s appearance at McLean & Eakin in Petoskey, MI. McLean & Eakin are always gracious hosts to authors and do a lovely job of matching authors with their clientele. We truly appreciate their having Larissa in!

Larissa at McLean & EakinLarissa discusses Shorn at McLean & Eakin

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The rumors you’ve been hearing are true:  Zachary Steele will be one of the author guests of the Decatur Book Festival. He’ll be appearing at 11:15 on Saturday, on the Decatur Conference Center Stage. Read all the details here.

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a lovely interview with Zachary Steele up today, in which he talks about his transition from independent bookstore owner to professional writer. It’s worth reading.

And it mentions another noteworthy fact for Steele fans: Zach will be appearing at the Decatur Book Festival next month. More on that anon.

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