More VisionCon

I turned in a short story for the VisionCon program book, so you’ll get at least one bit of free fiction out of me if you’re going to be there. The story is “A Family Tree, Uprooted”, which was supposed to appear in an anthology called Family Plots but the publisher bit the dust some years back. I never got around to resubmitting it, so it’s first appearance will be in this program book. Hope you dig it.

Speaking of VisionCon, the schedule is starting to take shape. It looks like I’ve got a reading Saturday at noon, so I’ll probably go ahead and read “A Family Tree, Uprooted” because it’s nice and short. If there’s time after that I’ll just turn it into a Q&A for anyone who isn’t ready to bail for lunch.

I don’t see any Sunday listings yet, but I’ll be up in front of folks twice on Friday and four times on Saturday. I’m told guests get a table to hawk their wares, so I’ll be manning that, too. I do have copies of Call of the Wild #1 now, so I’ll be able to sell three-issue sets, and I’ve got copies of New Dark Voices ready to go. My copies of Restore from Backup haven’t arrived yet, but I’m hoping they’ll be here before I leave on Thursday.

If you’ll be there, I’ll see you in a couple days!

About Mike Oliveri

Mike Oliveri is a writer, martial artist, cigar aficionado, motorcyclist, and family man, but not necessarily in that order. He is currently hard at work on the werewolf noir series The Pack for Evileye Books.

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