LOSING TOUCH reading at Iannelli Studios’ Homegrown Horrorfest

LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by Piers Anthony

LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by Piers Anthony

Join me on Sunday, October 27 at Iannelli Studios Heritage Center for my first ever  LOSING TOUCH reading and signing event in my hometown of Park Ridge, Illinois.

Iannelli Studios, 255 N. Northwest Highway (in the building that used to house Audrey’s Flower Shop), is hosting its Homegrown Horrorfest that afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m., and will also feature Park Ridge Journal & Topics lifestyle editor Denise Fleischer reading from her own novel, DEADLY RESERVATIONS.

In addition, Scott Fischer of Fisher’s Flicker will provide a mix of seasonal music as well as adaptations of his own compositions that afternoon. The event will also feature an Eerie Art Exhibit with works by Adam Nardi, tattoo artist and instructor for the Chicago Park District.

I had so much fun at the Tamale Hut Café reading event this past Saturday, I can’t wait to do it again. If you already have a copy of LOSING TOUCH, I’d love to sign it. If you don’t have it yet, I’ll be bringing a few copies for sale.

Alfonso Iannelli established his studio with his wife, Margaret, and went on to design such lasting landmarks as the Rock of Gibraltar relief on the Prudential Building facade, as well as the interior of the Pickwick Theater.

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One Response to “LOSING TOUCH reading at Iannelli Studios’ Homegrown Horrorfest”

  1. […] you at the Barnes & Noble in Racine next year, and if you can’t wait, I’ll be at Homegrown HorrorFest at Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge this coming Sunday for more readings, music, and Halloween […]

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