This is part of a long lecture series arranged by Chris Obert of Pear Tree Publishing, so thanks to him, and to the event sponsors.
And thanks to Tom, working the museum as staff that night, and Jay, who worked all the cameras to film us for community television (if you request from your local community TV station, they'll contact Haverhill TV to get a copy of the show and broadcast it).
To our sweaty regret, the air conditioner had broken down in time for our extremely hot experience. We soldiered on, in sauna-like conditions. Thanks also to those who came out to see us.
First, each author got up to talk about themself and their work, and read a short novel excerpt.
Afterward, 3 of us sat for a filmed Q&A panel to talk about the process of writing.
And the gang
Fellow writers Rob Smales and Scott Goudsward dropped by to see what was happening. They'll be appearing with me and a few others at the same spot on Friday, Oct. 5th, for a night of Horror Authors, in honor of Halloween month. Should be a good time, with decorations, prizes, and lots of frights.
Chris Obert, of Pear Tree Publishing, who put the series together, gives an introduction
And the lineup, with K.D. Mason on the left