Thursday, March 12, 2009


Recieved my contributor copy of Shroud Publications' Northern Haunts antho today; it features my tale "Black Tom," which is a horror story about—I'm sure this will shock you—geocaching. All the stories (exactly 100 of them) are very short and told in the first person, to affect the mood of a scary campfire tale (my favorite kind). A very nice-looking volume, also featuring stories by James S. Dorr, Blu Gilliand, Nate Kenyon, Gina Ranalli, Steve Vernon, and...let's see...94 other authors.

This weekend, or at least a portion of it, I will be at StellarCon, in High Point. I've got a panel at 9:00 PM tomorrow night, but I'm not certain at this point what the rest of my schedule will be. Reckon I'll find out when I get there. I will probably be doing a reading and booksigning sometime on Saturday. If you can get my coordinates, perhaps you can track me down.


David Niall Wilson said...

While you are away at Stellar Con, I have written Sheriff Wayne Rainey into the screenplay Killer Green for all to see....he isn't going to end well ( muhahahahahahahaha )

Just saying.

Stephen Mark Rainey said...

Well, I would certainly hope not!

Doesn't look like I have any other official events to deal with at StellarCon, and as it's so messy and rainy, I don't think I'll head back there today. Those other caches down there will have to wait.