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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 2:27 pm 
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This is Horror have another planned:

http://www.thisishorror.co.uk/conrad-wi ... y-warwick/

Our next event is once again at one of favourite haunts The Writer’s Room at The University of Warwick. Hosted by Jasper Bark this evening featuring readings and a panel discussion with Conrad Williams, Graham Joyce and VH Leslie promises to showcase the very best in contemporary horror fiction.

This special event will mark the launch of the latest This Is Horror chapbook, The Fox by Conrad Williams. This is Jasper Bark’s first public appearance since the Blood Fudge incident.

This is a free event. Please e-mail Michael@ThisIsHorror.co.uk to reserve tickets.

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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2013 9:01 pm 
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Joe Hill was/is a TTA discovery, his first appearance was in The Third Alternative. Twisted Tales Events "are delighted to be welcoming best-selling horror writer Joe Hill to Waterstones Liverpool One for an evening talk. Joe will be discussing his new book "NOS4R2" and taking questions from the audience as well as signing copies of his work."
An Evening with Joe Hill
Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 6:30pm
Waterstones Liverpool One

And another event in Liverpool but not a Twisted Tales Event. Lovecraftian Horror with Ramsey Campbell. "Britain’s greatest living horror writer first saw print more than fifty years ago with the H.P. Lovecraft inspired Inhabitants of the Lake, now he’s returning to Lovecraft with his newest 'The Last Revelation of Gla’aki' for a launch with readings, a Q+A and a signing. Ramsey was last seen at TTA in Black Static #24.
An evening of Lovecraftian Horror with Ramsey Campbell
July 12 at 6:00pm Waterstones Liverpool One

continuing the theme with 3 Black Static authors, Littlewood, Finch & Pinborough
Yes again it's Twisted Tales presenting Paul Finch, Alison Littlewood and Sarah Pinborough. "Three bestselling horror writers with three superb new books offering gruesome murders, crimes needing to be solved and sinister twists on familiar fairy tales. Each author will be giving a reading from their newest books, answering your questions and signing."
Tickets are £3 / £2 with a Waterstones loyalty card and available in-store.
Friday, August 2, 2013 @ 6:00pm
To book tickets please visit the shop or give us a call on 0151 709 9820


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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:43 pm 
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A major booklaunch featuring 5 books from three specialist presses - Eibonvale, Chomu and PS Publishing and 2 Black Static authors. Exceptional literature from between the cracks of horror, fantasy and SF. Readings, wine, a chance to buy signed copies and meet the authors. I presume this includes readings but I could be wrong.
Stardust by Nina Allan
Helen's Story, by Rosanne Rabinowitz
plus Rustblind and Silverbright: Slipstream Stories of the Railway, edited by David Rix, Defeated Dogs by Quentin S Crisp Jane, by P.F. Jeffery
4 July 7pm Review Bookshop, 131 Bellenden Road, Peckham, London


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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 7:00 pm 
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Lovecraftian horror, Ramsey Campbell, Twisted Tales Events, Liverpool, 12 July; what's not to like? This is coming closer so now is the time to book your place. Launch of and a reading from Ramsey's latest 'The Last Revelation of Gla’aki'.

http://www.facebook.com/events/162406303928685/
Ramsey last seen here in Black Static 24.


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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:12 am 
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Just a reminder of the Peckham book launch tomorrow (see two posts up). I'll be there as I have a story in the Rustblind and Silverbright anthology and it should be a good event!

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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 1:17 pm 
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Tom Johnstone, Laura Mauro and Rosanne Rabinowitz at Waterstones, Deansgate, Manchester this Friday (24 Oct) at noon. Tom and the late Joel Lane co-edited Horror Uncut: Tales of Social Insecurity and Economic Unease - See more at http://twistedtalesevents.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/twisted-tales-of-austerity.html
I hope to be there with a few recent issues. (Roy)

Laura Mauro BS 37 'When Charlie Sleeps' will be reading 'Ptichka'. (a title that is reminiscent of the shudder inducing 'Chodpa' from Baph Tripp in BS 29)
Rosanne Rabinowitz BS 14 'Survivor's Guilt' will be reading 'Pieces of Ourselves'.
Tom Johnstone, Tom will be reading Joel's 'A Cry for Help'.


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 Post subject: Re: Readings
PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2014 9:21 pm 
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"HORROR UNCUT, an evening of tales of aus-TERROR-ty..." launch & readings. Lots of Black Static authors in the anthology but not reading this time. Today's northern launch by Twisted Tales Events in Manchester was very good so if you are in Brighton why not go along.
This Sunday Oct 26 Cowley Club 12 London Road, BN1 4JA 7 - 10:pm

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A live literature event to celebrate the publication of the new anthology HORROR UNCUT:Tales of Social Insecurity and Economic Unease (Gray Friar Press), dark fiction for dark times. The stories in the book explore the possible consequences of the present government's austerity measures such as the 'bedroom tax' and other benefit cuts, the increasing privatisation of the health service and the marginalisation and demonisation of the poor, from such acclaimed writers as Alison Littlewood, Laura Mauro and the late Joel Lane. In fact, the book has turned into something of a memorial to Joel, World Fantasy Award-winning writer, respected editor and committed socialist, who died at the tragically young age of fifty, while co-editing the book with Tom Johnstone.


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