Do you have your copy of QUALIA NOUS yet? I’ll be signing copies at the Chicago Paranormal Film Festival at Carl Schurz High School on Sunday, November 30th, and I’ll be bringing copies of LOSING TOUCH, too. And yes, there will be puh-lenty of independent horror films to watch:
- “Believe: A Paranormal Experience” (David Scott)
- “A Dawning Darkness” (Jeffrey Palmer)
- “The Heebie-Jeebies” (Todd Slawsby)
- “A Hot Summer Chill” (Ben Wydeven)
- “Insane” (Adam O’Brien)
- “Le Passage” (Fabien Montagner)
- “The Place Where You Live” (Alexis Van Hurkman)
- “Stage 3″ (Randy Lee Beasley)
- BACHELOR’S GROVE (Ricardo Islas)
- THE BRIDGEWATER TRIANGLE (Aaron Cadieux)
- GHOST TAPES: A DOCUMENTARY ON THE PARANORMAL (Luke Millett)
- TRUE CRIME PARANORMAL: FREETOWN (Rachel Hoffman)
So … what exactly are my books doing at a film festival? That’s a very good question. The Chicago Paranormal Film Festival, presented by Breaking Fate Publishing, promotes independent film and entertainment, spanning the paranormal, supernatural, and science-fiction genres. Kinda right there in my wheelhouse.
QUALIA NOUS, edited by Michael Bailey, features a short story by Stephen King, as well as my own, “Cataldo’s Copy”. LOSING TOUCH, my novel about an out-of-work husband and father who finds he can walk through walls, is foreworded by NY Times-bestselling author Piers Anthony.
Tickets to the all-day event are just $10 to enjoy the independent film screenings and shop the vendors’ room. You never know what you’re going to find in either place, which is kind of the charm. So make plans to attend this year’s Chicago Paranormal Film Festival on Sunday, November 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and find something new to scare you.