Come see some artists and authors affiliated along the lines of comic books and graphic novels. Columbus, MS will be having a three day event at
1404 Old Aberdeen Road
Columbus, MS 39705
Fri October 7, 2011 & Sat October 8 2011
Sunday October 9, 2011
This event is an annual affair, and this year’s theme is ‘Comics in Columbus’. There will be panels on artwork and comic work and graphics. Among the attendees will be
Alexander S Brown of the horror collection Traumatized
Linda C. DeLeon of Fall Into Darkness
J. L. Mulvihill of The Lost Daughter of Easa (to be launched at DragonCon)
Glen Stripling of Chronosia
For an idea of travel time, here are some estimates:
About 3 to 3 1/2 hours from Memphis, TN
About 5 hours from Nashville, TN
About 2 hours from Oxford, MS
About 2 hours and 40 min from Jackson, MS
About 3 hours and 26 min from Vicksburg, MS
About 2 hours from Meridian, MS
About 4 to 4 ½ hours from Gulfport, MS
About 2 to 2 ½ hours from Birmingham, AL
About 3 to 3 1/2 hours from Huntsville, AL
About 3 hours from Montgomery, AL
About 5 hours from New Orleans, LA
So come and have some fun!
Come out and see Alexander S Brown, author of the horror collection Traumatized, at the MidSouth Paranormal Convention at his book signing.
Aug 26-28, 2011
Midsouth Paranormal Convention
2715 Fern Valley Rd.
Louisville, KY 40213
From the desk of Alexander S Brown:
“I will be in Louisville the whole weekend selling my books and photography with many great names in the horror and paranormal genres. Learn more at:
To view some of my art, go to
About Mr Brown:
Alexander S. Brown, quite literally, was raised on horror stories. Friday nights were family nights filled with wonderfully chilling tales! His grandfather introduced him to the world of horror and suspense, while his father offered stories of the urban legends and ghostly myths of Vicksburg. Not to be left out, his mother introduced him to the world of the paranormal. No wonder Mr. Brown wanted to learn as much as he could about the spiritual realm and many tales of folklore.
At an early age, while the other children played, Brown would focus his time and attention on the works created by the biggest names in horror today. His passion for nightmares were anchored in two new loves discovered in high school: creative writing and photography.
Most of Brown’s work comes from his dreams, but some also comes from reality. The works inspired by events other than his dreams are usually exaggerated versions of true events and everyday issues. But, regardless of their origin, raw emotion is woven throughout all his stories.
NASA Rocket Scientist turned Novelist Stephanie Osborn will be at The APSU Physics Department Reunion from August 19-21, 2011 at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN promoting her books! Come and see the lovely and talented lady who wrote Burnout and Human By Choice.
August 19-21, 2011
The APSU Physics Department Reunion
Austin Peay State University
About Stephanie Osborn:
Stephanie Osborn is a former payload flight controller, a veteran of over twenty years of working in the civilian space program, as well as various military space defense programs. She has worked on numerous Space Shuttle flights and the International Space Station, and counts the training of astronauts on her resumé. Of those astronauts she trained, one was Kalpana Chawla, a member of the crew lost in the Columbia disaster.
She holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in four sciences: Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, and she is “fluent” in several more, including Geology and Anatomy. She obtained her various degrees from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
Stephanie is currently retired from space work. She now happily “passes it forward, ” tutoring math and science to students in the Huntsville area, elementary through college, while writing science fiction mysteries based on her knowledge, experience, and travels.