We’re back, baby!
After a series of unfortunate events left us–and you–without a November show, we are coming out swinging in the new year! We are also going to be haunting a new venue, the LYRIC HYPERION THEATRE + CAFE. Directions and other info can be found on our Location page.
We’re also introducing another new feature: Online ticket sales! You can secure your seat ahead of time by clicking HERE and buying your ticket.
To ring in the new year, we proudly present readings by:
Tom Voorhies received a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. He currently lives in Los Angeles and is the co-author of the Quarantine Novel trilogy. Published by Egmont USA.
Jenna Pitman‘s first work was published in a monthly zine local to Seattle where it ran for nearly a year, garnering a fair amount of popularity. Since then she has had a number of stories and articles published in a variety of locations including the anthology Rock N Roll is Dead, Strange Aeons Magazine, and the Lovecraft eZine. Before moving to Los Angeles, CA in 2012 she was a well known member of the Pacific Northwest convention community. Currently she is a happy resident of sunny Southern California where she hikes, dances, and practices yoga daily in addition to working as a full time writer.
Tim Chizmar lost himself in evil, scary books as a child. One day, a morally righteous librarian refused to check some out. Reading about demons, beheadings, and cannibalism wasn’t the norm in Linesville, PA. Tim’s mother insisted that her son be allowed to read whatever he wanted. The upset librarian said, “You son is going to grow up to be a great horror writer one day – OR A SERIAL KILLER.” As of this writing, Tim has not killed anyone. Yet. But he has written and sold many screenplays in Hollywood. When he’s not burying bodies, Tim is a comedian, actor, writer, director, and producer living in Los Angeles. What drives his success is knowing that somewhere in Pennsylvania, a librarian is praying for his soul.
Justin Robinson Much like film noir, Justin Robinson was born and raised in Los Angeles. He splits his time between editing comic books, writing prose, and wondering what that disgusting smell is. Degrees in Anthropology and History prepared him for unemployment, but an obsession with horror fiction and a laundry list of phobias provided a more attractive option.
Gretchen McNeil is the author of YA horror novels POSSESS, TEN, and 3:59, as well as the new mystery/suspense series Don’t Get Mad, beginning in 2014 with GET EVEN and continuing in 2015 with GET DIRTY, all with Balzer + Bray for HarperCollins. Gretchen also contributed an essay to the Dear Teen Me anthology from Zest Books.
Gretchen is a former coloratura soprano, the voice of Mary on G4’s Code Monkeys and she sings with the LA-based circus troupe Cirque Berzerk. Gretchen blogs with The Enchanted Inkpot and was a founding member of the vlog group the YARebels. She is repped by Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Katarina Leigh Waters –
BOOKS WILL BE SOLD AT THE EVENT
DOORS: 7:30 p.m. sharp.
SHOW: 8:00 p.m. sharp.
Tickets are $10 online or at the door.
RSVP on Facebook HERE.