POSTSCRIPTS TO DARKNESS 3 event tonight at Augusta House

Be a part of the POSTSCRIPTS TO DARKNESS 3 launch event at Augusta House.

Be a part of the POSTSCRIPTS TO DARKNESS 3 launch event at Augusta House.

Toronto-area readers, come to Augusta House in the Kensington Market tonight to celebrate the release of POSTSCRIPTS TO DARKNESS 3, including my short story, “Thirteen Seconds”.

The event will feature readings from contributing authors and art displays by the anthology’s illustrators, as well as horror trivia and prizes, and of course, refreshments.

Previous PStD3 events include launch parties earlier this month at Avant-Garde Bar in Ottawa, where Lydia Peever read “Thirteen Seconds” for the assembled audience, and The Pilot House in Kingston, Ontario.

Here is the complete table of contents:

  • “Thirteen Seconds” by Christian A. Larsen
  • “Absolution” by Michael Kelly
  • “The Drawer” by Alyssa Cooper
  • “The One Who Always Gets to Sit in a Chair” by Ralph Robert Moore
  • “Priority: Murder Kill” by Jason Philip Wierzba
  • “Filmy Residue” by Lucas Dawes
  • “What Happens in Vegas” by Karen Robiscoe
  • “Request Stop” by Frank Roger
  • “Carl and Monty’s Prairie Wager” by James K. Moran
  • “What They Wore” by Kyle Hemmings
  • “Lines, the Goa” by David Newson
  • “Empty Spots” by Carly Berg
  • “Shade Creeper” by Alexander Gonzalez
  • “The Obstruction” by Kriscinda Everitt
  • “I’m Almost You” by Stephen McQuiggan
  • “New God” by Maj Ikle
  • “Bone” by Kera Willis
  • “The Palm at the End of the Mind” by Patrick Roscoe

POSTSCRIPTS TO DARKNESS 3 is edited by Sean Moreland and Aalya Ahmad, and copy edited by Ranylt Richildis, with layout and design by Danny Lalonde. Visit the official PstD page by clicking here.

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