Herald-Advocate covers QUALIA NOUS

In a recent edition of its entertainment section, the Park Ridge Herald Advocate and Sun-Times Media Group reported on QUALIA NOUS, the sci-fi/horror anthology from Written Backwards:

QUALIA NOUS, featuring Stephen King's "The Jaunt".

QUALIA NOUS, featuring Stephen King’s “The Jaunt”.

In good company…

Park Ridge native Christian A. Larsen, a 1993 Maine South High School graduate, is sharing space with bestselling author Stephen King; William F. Nolan, who wrote “Logan’s Run;” and Gary Braunbeck, who won the Bram Stoker Award seven times.

They all have stories in “Qualia Nous.” The science fiction-horror anthology is available at amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. Larsen’s contribution is a short story, “Cataldo’s Copy.”

He is also the author of the novel, “Losing Touch” (Post Mortem Press).

Edited by Michael Bailey, QUALIA NOUS features pieces from thirty writers, including two poems from Marge Simon:

QUALIA NOUS is available from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, and you can also pick up a copy signed by three of the contributors at Homegrown Horrorfest at Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge. John Everson (author of THE FAMILY TREE), Richard Thomas (editor of THE NEW BLACK), and I will be reading and signing our newest and most popular works, along with J. Michael Major (author of ONE MAN’S CASTLE) and Brian Pinkerton (KILLER’S DIARY).

The event is free, and a portion of the proceeds from each book sale will go toward supporting the Kalo Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 2006 to safeguard the artistic legacy of of Park Ridge through education, advocacy, and preservation.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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