Joseph D’Lacey launches Blood Fugue in London with Pat Cadigan, Jonathan Green and Jasper Bark

Blood Fugue by Joseph D'LaceyThe next This Is Horror event will take place at Blackwell’s Charing Cross, London branch on Friday November 16, 2012. Kicking off promptly at 6pm and running through until 8pm, the evening celebrates the launch of Joseph D’Lacey’s forthcoming, Blood Fugue.

The event features readings from Arthur C. Clarke award-winner, Pat Cadigan, the creator of Abaddon Books’ Pax Britannia steampunk universe, Jonathan Green and the award-winning eco-horror stalwart, Joseph D’Lacey. Proceedings will be curated by the voice of horror, Jasper Bark.

There will be copies of the authors books available to buy on the evening, so make sure you bring plenty of money with you. Fortunately, it’s a free event so there’s no charge on the door.

A facebook event for the launch of Blood Fugue has already been set up, so if that’s your bag why not ‘join the event’.

See you next month, and watch this space for the obligatory event poster and more information.



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    It’s Dracula, Vampires and Werewolves everywhere and although I dig these creepy characters, I often wonder will my spider characters rise and when they do, will I feel the exciting rush I so often feel when I am amongst a crowd of people at fair or any type of event and I imagine me at one of those events or parade and it’s all about my character and my character at the movie? I know that vampires and werewolves rule the literature world as of now, but be ware drac, because the Barbarian spider rises beneath your feet in an underground country Nor Marie!

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