Gangsters, ghosts, and steampunk, oh my!

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Steampunk ghost stories, comin’ atcha!

The steampunk-inspired ghost story anthology, THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, has a new look, and if you don’t have a copy with the new cover, you can order one at Amazon, or even better, get yourself a signed copy at Concinnity Con in Milwaukee on April 16th. I’ll be in the vendors’ area from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. But I’m the undercard…

There’ll be lots of role top gaming, video gaming, panel discussions, and cosplay? More’n you can handle, probably. But hey, back to writerly things … Steven W. Hill will be there. If you’re a sci-fi/horror fan–check out his SILVER SCREAM series about the long and storied history of cinematic monsters. He’s also working on a Dr. Who book, for you Whovians out there…

For myself, I won’t just be signing THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE with the new cover, I’ll be personalizing copies of the sci-fi/horror anthology QUALIA NOUS, with a story by Stephen King right there at the top of the table of contents, and yep … both of my novels: LOSING TOUCH about a suburban man who finds out he can walk through walls and THE BLACKENING OF FLESH about a high school graduate who discovers his house is haunted by five gangsters.

Concinnity Con happens Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the third floor of the Milwaukee School of Engineering at 1025 North Broadway. Get your tickets now and save five bucks off the price at the door. Then get ready for steampunk, Time Lords, a makers’ fair, guest speakers, a living dungeon, gaming, and more!

Christian A. Larsen is the author of the novels LOSING TOUCH and THE BLACKENING OF FLESHnow available from Post Mortem Press.
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