Not a Pipe Publishing is one of the only companies in the world to accept author Kamila Shamsie’s challenge to only publish women during 2018, making it the Year of Publishing Women. Strongly Worded Women: The Best of the Year of Publishing Women showcases the talent of 18 amazing writers across genres who all demonstrate the strength of their voices.
At this launch party, we’ll hear teasers from:
LeeAnn McLennan (The Supernormal Legacy)
Maren Anderson (Closing the Store)
Debby Dodds (Amish Guys Don’t Call)
Join us in welcoming Ben Fisher (The Great Divide, The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat and Pokey) as he reads from C.H.U.D. Lives!, a horror tribute anthology featuring some of the best horror writers in the industry, who brought their “A-game” (Sci-Fi and Scary) and “Nailed it!” (Horror Novel Reviews).
C.H.U.D. is a genre defying, cult classic film featuring monsters living in the sewers below New York. The stories in this anthology expand the world created by the film and add depth to the C.H.U.D. universe like never before. From stories of apocalyptic horror and all out monster action, to tales of underground parties interrupted by uninvited guests and evening strolls that end in death, this anthology will leave you both smiling and breathless. Relive the fear as these original stories take you beyond the movie to events that occurred before, during, and after the scenes we remember so well.
You can get a taste of C.H.U.D. with “Get to Know Your C.H.U.D.”, a primer comic on the universe, here.
Ben Fisher is an award-winning author of comic books and prose spanning a wide spectrum of genres, including horror, alternate history, sci-fi, and comedy. His most recent works include the critically acclaimed comic book series “The Great Divide”, the NYT best-selling “Misadventures of Grumpy Cat and Pokey”, and the classic horror anthology “C.H.U.D. Lives!”.
Join us for readings from Cooked to Death: Lying on a Plate, a new anthology featuring fifteen “deadly and delicious” mystery tales, each with an accompanying recipe!
If you’re looking for a recipe so good it’s to die for, search no further. We’ve got fifteen of them.
Lovers wage war with deviled eggs and artichokes. A world-class baker turns to desperate measures to win the contest of a lifetime. An orphaned teenage girl with nowhere left to go finally takes a stand inside a farmhouse kitchen. Lawyers, financiers, and law enforcement turn to the culinary arts to defend their careers and solve their cases. All these and more can be found within the pages of the second volume of the Cooked to Death series.
Fifteen mystery writers have pooled their literary powers and culinary acumen to craft a five-course meal full of surprises both deadly and delicious. And if the crimes uncovered by these sleuths are too much for your stomach, they’ve got the perfect thing to restore your appetite: each story is followed by an easy-to-make recipe that plays some crucial part in its preceding tale. The game is afoot, and the burners are alit! Enter if you dare–and make sure to bring a fork.
The newest edition of Willamette Writer’s The Timberline Review is out! We’re going to hear a sampling from some of the authors featured in this beautiful anthology. We’ll have readings from Nancy Townsley, Bruce Barrow, Paul Curley, Patricia Kullberg, George Perreault, and Tuula Rebhahn.
A group of authors coming together to release the next issue of PageBoy Magazine, read poetry, and drink wine? Yes indeed. It’s the Writers on Writers anthology, and we’ll hear from Craig Epplin, Sarah Koenig, Dan Raphael, and Elizabeth Cooperman!
“The Careless Embrace of the Boneshaker” is a fearless and dynamic collection of contemporary poetry and short fiction by established and emerging writers. Contributors include Sue Hyon Bae, Shira Dentz, Janet Hamill, Mary Mackey, Puma Perl, John Sibley Williams, and Anton Yakovlev. The anthology also contains an interview with musician Thurston Moore. These writers are the boneshakers. Let their impact rattle, rise, and wrap itself around you.
Tonight we’ll be joined by Dan Raphael, Dawn Montefusco, John Sibley Williams, Mary Mackey, Natasha Kochicheril Moni,Richard Loranger, and Jane Ormerod. This is the last stop on the tour, so don’t miss it!