Twilight Tales EventSaturday, April 29th, 4:00 PMfree
With Featured Performers:
Martin Mundt the author of “The Crawling Abattoir” and numerous short stories. “The work of newcomer Martin Mundt is sick, insane, surreal, and thoroughly enjoyable. I’m looking forward to more.” ? F. Paul Wilson, author of The Keep and Deep As The Marrow
John Weagley is the author of ” The Undertow of Small Town Dreams” and editor of numerous anthologies. He’s a member of the Horror Writers Association, Mystery Writers of America and a founding member of Iguana Productions. He lives in Chicago with his two cats, Buster and Lolita.
John Everson is winner of the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award for first novel, “Covenant.” Signing
Founded in 1993 by award-winning novelist Tina Jens as a weekly fiction reading series, Twilight Tales has brought hundreds of authors from Chicago and around the world to perform their stories live before an audience. More than a decade later, weekly shows are still held every Monday night upstairs at the Red Lion Restaurant & Pub 2446 N. Lincoln Ave. across the street from the Biograph Theater.
Early in its life, Twilight Tales branched out and began collecting the fiction of many of its readers in a series of “sherbet” colored chapbooks. In recent years, the publishing arm of Twilight Tales has moved into producing professional trade paperback anthologies and single author collections.
Twilight Tales readers and anthology contributors have included visiting best-selling authors like Max Allan Collins, Barbara D’Amato, Brian Lumley, Yvonne Navarro, Karen Taylor, Melanie Tem and Gahan Wilson, as well as nationally known local novelists like Robert Weinberg, Gene Wolfe, Algis Budrys, Jay Bonansinga, and many more. The books are available at all Twilight Tales shows, as well as at a variety of bookstores, book and art fairs and genre fiction fandom conventions throughout the year. Over the past several years, Twilight Tales has also featured local, domestic and international authors’ fiction as a part of its web site. Twilight Tales is a volunteer-run venture, and many Chicago area authors and fiction-lovers have contributed to its success over the years.