A lady of many talents, poet/writer/editor Kimberly Richardson is at it again!
A lover of steampunk, through Kerlak Publishing she has proved fellow enthusiasts with two anthologies – ‘Dreams of Steam’ and ‘Brass and Bolts: Dreams of Steam II’ – as well as compiled some of her own poems into a collection called ‘Tales From A Goth Librarian’. Now she is ready to delight readers again with two novellas in one, ‘Mabon and Pomegranate’.
Teasers from Kerlak Publishing:
Kimberly Richardson, award-winning author of ‘Tales From a Goth Librarian’, explores what happens when the realm of myths and legends collides with modern society in two compelling and captivating novellas.
What would you do if you discovered that your dreams were real? Monica had no idea that moving to the small town of Mabon would be the answer to her prayers, and yet so much more…
Alexandra has it all: a great job, a wonderful husband, and very few worries in the world. Yet, when a black clad stranger enters her life, she is suddenly thrust into a world of myths and legends all contained in the skin of an infamous fruit.
Pick up your copy today!
Fans of steampunk and poetry? Then author,poet, and editor Kimberly Richardson would like to meet you! She will be at LibertyCon 24 showcasing her poet book, TALES OF A GOTHIC LIBRARIAN, as well as her editing debut, DREAMS OF STEAM. Come out and see her!
Comfort Inn & Suites
East Ridge, TN
((from the Bio at http://www.libertycon.org))
After being found as an infant crawling among old books in an abandoned library, Kimberly Richardson grew up to be an eccentric woman with a taste for listening to jazz music while drinking tea and learning about quantum physics, reading books in every genre, and writing stories that cause people to make the strangest faces. Her first book, Tales From a Goth Librarian, was published through Kerlak Publishing and was named a Finalist in both the USA Book News Awards for Fiction: Short Story for 2009 and the International Book Awards for Fiction: Short Story in 2010. Her new book, Mabon/Pomegranate, will be out in Spring 2011. Kimberly is also the Editor for the Steampunk anthology Dreams of Steam and the upcoming sequel, Dreams of Steam II: Of Brass and Bolts. (Kerlak Publishing). Her family, albeit normal, loves her as much as she loves them. She currently resides in Memphis, Tennessee.
J. L. Mulvihill
J L “Jen” Mulvihill will be a regional guest at Coast Con 34 on March 11-13, 2011, in Biloxi, MS. She will be joining other guests such as Gary Graham, Mike Resnick, Allan Gilbreath, Kimberly Richardson, Diana Rowland, Jeff Dee and Jack Herman, David B Mattingly, Jason Fisher, The Baklava Belly Dancers, Jennifer Teeter, and Changeling FX — Jesse Shoemaker and Daniel Jouet.
Jen will be presenting panels on Mythological Creatures, Inspiring Young Writers, as well as a presentation on Imagicopter. She will also be reading her story How The Lion Became King of the Jungle to the most important con fans of all, the children.
Con Nooga, the Multi-Fandom Convention, is a Convention for Fans of Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy, Gaming, Anime, Paranormal, Costuming, Films, Artist, Celebrities, Comics, Haunting...so much more! Held February 18-20, 2011, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the convention will feature appearances by D. A. Adams, Sam Flegal, Allan Gilbreath, Kimberly Richardson, and Stephen Zimmer. For more information visit their website.
D. A. Adams
This Halloween weekend the folks in Dalton, GA are hosting Hallowcon 2010 Spook-A-Rama! Allan Gilbreath, author of the Galen vampire series, and Kimberly Richardson, author of Tales of the Goth Librarian, are guests. If you are in the Chattanooga/Dalton area, stop in and find out what the truth is about vampires, werewolves, mummies, and other things that go bump in the night!