CAMP ARCANUM author to join PMP at Printer’s Row

 

Now available in paperback and Kindle formats.

Now available in paperback and Kindle formats.

Josef Matulich, author of CAMP ARCANUM, is slated to appear during Printer’s Row Lit Fest June 7-8 at the Post Mortem Press table. He will be personalizing copies of his novel alongside fellow authors Brian Dobbins (WITCH’S CARTEL), Michael Matula (TRY NOT TO BURN), Cynthia Pelayo (SANTA MUERTE), and Max Booth III (TOXICITY). I will also be signing copies of LOSING TOUCH, which features a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, who writes horror as well as fantasy and comedy.

Matulich writes in a similar vein, but he doesn’t just do novels. His horror/comedy screenplay, “Monster Graduation Weekend” is in “prolonged pre-production”, and while he waits for that to make its way out of development hell, he also co-owns and manages The Alley Vintage Costume, which sells vintage period costumes with absolutely no mass produced junk from overseas. He has also written role playing games, so, you gamers out there … he knows how to roll a die.

You’ll find Printer’s Row Lit Fest on Dearborn between Harrison and Polk in Chicago’s central business district. 2014 marks the fest’s 30th year in operation, and it’ll be bigger and better than ever before, with discussions, readings, a children’s stage and activity area, and thousands of new, used, rare, and antiquarian books. You don’t want to miss this, and you don’t want to miss the Post Mortem Press table from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday the first full weekend in June. We’d love to sign some books for you.

(L-R) Brian Dobbins, Stephanie Kania-Beebe, Cynthia Pelayo, me, Eric Beebe, and Michael David Matula.

(L-R) Brian Dobbins, Stephanie Kania-Beebe, Cynthia Pelayo, me, Eric Beebe, and Michael David Matula.

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