I Can Taste the Blood, the book, comes out August 23rd, 2016. That’s a Tuesday, if you’re interested. And we’ve got a lot of things planned to support this. Some interviews. Some podcasts. Perhaps a party of some sort. Perhaps in St. Louis. Perhaps at Blackthorn Pizza, whose restroom contained the scrawled line of graffiti that started all this.
Two of the five authors making up this hellish quintet will be reading from their works at a special event being held August 21, 2016, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the KGB Bar, 85 East 4th St. , in New York City. Go there that night to see the bombastic J. Daniel Stone and the nearly hermetic Erik T. Johnson perform live readings. Jeez, I wish I could be there.
Until then, you need to stay on top of what’s going on the the I Can Taste the Blood world, and I have just the way.
Go there for news, events, rambling, disquieting postings from the authors themselves. All sorts of things. Right now there’s an excerpt from my offering to the collection, as well as a few postings from Joe Schwartz, J. Daniel Stone, Erik T. Johnson and Josh Malerman.
Five unique voices.
Five disturbing visions.
I Can Taste the Blood
It Flows Aug. 23, 2016.