So other than the fact that both Hunter Shea and Kristopher Rufty are my friends, what do they have in common?
They’re both fantastic writers?
Yep, that’s true.
They were part of the big Samhain Horror launch back in the fall of 2011 and have become two of the imprint’s most popular authors?
Okay, that’s also true.
They’re both fine Americans, fans of Neo-Dada art, and have never been in my kitchen?
*heaves sigh* Okay, those things are all true, too. At least I’m pretty sure they’ve never been in my kitchen. But I know for a FACT that Hunter and Kristopher are such fanatics for Neo-Dada that they made a pilgrimage to the Genpei Akasegawa exhibit in Brussels last spring.
But the OTHER thing they have in common—the thing I’m absolutely delighted about—is that they’re both big fans of my latest novella, the supernatural thriller EXORCIST ROAD. Hunter calls it “the best fiction book on possession since THE EXORCIST.” Kristopher said it was “the first book in years to give me genuine gooseflesh.”
And if that wasn’t cool enough, Kristopher was kind enough to interview me on his blog. You can find the whole gory affair right here. And Hunter included EXORCIST ROAD in his Horrortober reading list. He talks about my novella here.
That’s all for tonight. Talk to you soon, friends in art.
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Now I have to Google Neo Dada art. I do enjoy some fine Yabba Dabba Doo art.