A Roll of the Dice: Anthology Signing

This anthology is written and published by the Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writers of Spokane. It is based on the results of story dice: "We all sat there, looking at a four dice; A footprint, a beetle, a lightning bolt, and a tower; chuckling about how we would make a story which included them. That's how this anthology began." ~Georgette Graham

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"Coffee, Cats, and Keyboards" has been the online home of Georgette Graham and her cat since 2011. Graham is a thirty-something author, blogger, and musician who loves reading and travel. Her cat is the best cat in the world. Graham was born in the south, and moved to the Pacific Northwest in her early teens, making her the perfect mix of southern belle and coffee-loving quirky girl. Her work is usually falls into the dark fantasy category, and she enjoys exploring LGBTQ themes. In her day job, Graham works with people with special needs, giving support and advocacy. She loves her job and her clients. She is proud to have her work included in this anthology with her friends. Visit www.georgettegraham.com for more!

Brett Bunge is a freelance writer and film critic. He holds a bachelors degree in English from the University of California, Davis. This is his first published work in an anthology. You can find his film and TV review blog at staythroughthecredits.blogspot.com.

Brad J. Thompson is a writer who likes to pretend he's a storyteller. Prior to taking up the pen (for the second time), Brad worked as an actor, a mental health care provider, a factory worker, an academic, and most recently a full-time activist. He lives in Spokane with the beautiful woman who will soon be his wife, an army of stuffed animals, and severe mental illness, each of which contribute something irreplaceable to his work.

Event date: 
Saturday, December 9, 2017 - 1:30pm
Event address: 
Auntie's Bookstore
402 W Main Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
A Roll of the Dice: A Short Story Anthology Cover Image
$7.99
ISBN: 9781977735423
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Published: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform - September 9th, 2017