Greetings from the Wells,
As some of you have already been made aware, my story “The Price of Admission” has been nominated in the category of Best Short Story for an Imadjinn Award at this year’s Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, KY.
You can check out all the finalists at the link HERE.
I am beyond humbled to have my work recognized among the ranks of so many other extremely talented writers. I’ll probably be thanking people for awhile, including my mentor Linda Addison, but there are so many writers including the entire contents of Caravan’s Awry, without whom this would not even be a possibility. Specifically, the work of Duane Pesice and Michael Adams to bring this anthology to fruition, is a show of unyielding dedication to new and established writers.
Check out the link to purchase the anthology HERE. : )
The convention will take place from October 11th – 13th this year and I’m ecstatic to take part. I’ll be on a couple of panels as well as hosting a workshop talking about creating more robust prose in one’s writing.
Friday October 11th:
7pm (Iroquois) WORKSHOP: “Suggestive Horror and Weird Fiction: Creating Sensation with Prose.”
Saturday October 12th:
10:15am (Heartland) Paranormal Realms Panel
12:45pm (Cumberland) The Writing Schedule Juggle Panel.
I will update this post as I get more information or if my schedule changes.
Maxwell I. Gold