Christmas Pageants

Christmas time means celebrating the birth of Jesus, writing letters to Santa Claus, eating lots of great food that we normally don’t get the rest of the year, and, of course, opening presents. But the oncoming of the Christmas season, when the air first got cold and traces of snow began to descend, when the […]

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Meet the Authors of Dying Days 2 – Sean Slagle

Here is my interview that posted as part of the publicity for the anthology. Sean Slagle  What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?  The Trap Line  Quick description of it (no spoilers)  Spencer, his sister, and her boyfriend have been hiding safely in a hunting cabin since the beginning of the […]

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Meet the Authors of Dying Days 2 – Frank Edler

Frank Edler What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?  Gator Aid Quick description of it (no spoilers) Can a popular Floridian tourist trap survive and thrive as an attraction during the end of civilization?                                    Something unique about it.  Gator Aid features a foul-mouthed, M&M eating Scarlet Macaw named Armand.  Your promo […]

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Meet the Authors of Dying Days 2 – Patrick C. Greene

Here is a chance to get to know a little bit more about the amazing authors from the Dying Days 2 anthology.  These interviews have been “borrowed” from Dying Days creator Armand Rosamilia. Patrick C. Greene What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2? How Me And Bozy Became Dads  Quick description […]

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Sleepy Hollow High School Performance from November 8, 2013

On November 8, 2013 the New Castle Theatre Arts class gave the debut performance of “Sleepy Hollow High School.”  While the manuscript is still being processed for publication, I thought I’d share some of the shots from this fun show.  I couldn’t have written it without the inspiration from my students.  They are the ones […]

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Top 20 Songs for October 31, 1986

Since A Dirge begins with Halloween 1986, I thought it would be fun to take a look at what was going on in the culture during that time.  For the Top 20 songs on October 31, I actually chose the new list which came out the following day in 1986.  That would show what the […]

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The Fear of 13

Here’s a vocabulary word for you – triskaidekaphobia.  Ever heard of it?  Ever experienced it?  Of course you have.  Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of the number 13.  Did you ever wonder why the number 13 is considered an unlucky number?  As with most things in our culture, it is rooted deep in our human history.  […]

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