State of Horror: New Jersey author Diane Arrelle appearing at Capclave
Charon Coin Press is very pleased to announce another event for State of Horror. Author Dina Leacock will be attending Capclave in Washington DC October 10-12.
Leacock has a story, Friend of the Family in State of Horror: New Jersey. Leacock will be on three panels on Friday night followed by a reading on Saturday at 10:30. Saturday afternoon at 2pm will feature Leacock at a book signing and then a mass book signing Saturday evening. Leacock will have State of Horror: New Jersey on hand as well as some State of Horror bookmarks.
Here is some information about the festival:
“Capclave is a small relaxed literary convention with a program that usually focuses on the short fiction form. Our Guests of Honor and other notable authors, editors, artists, and fans of the short fiction form will explore the creation and enjoyment of short fantasy and science fiction genre stories. More information can be found at: http://www.capclave.org/.”
If you are in the area please stop by and see State of Horror author Dina Leacock in action. Updates and pictures of the event will follow on Charoncoinpress.com. What’s your state of horror?
About Diane Arrelle (Dina Leacock)
Writing under the name Diane Arrelle, Dina Leacock has had almost 200 short stories published and two books. Her book, “Just A Drop In The Cup”, a collection of short- short stories is still available. She currently has stories in State of Horror: New Jersey, Sha’Daa Pawns, Contrary Cats, and Infective Ink.
Dina lives on the edge of the Pine Barrens (home to the Jersey Devil) in Southern New Jersey with her husband, one of her two children, and of course her obligatory writer’s cat. She is proud to be one of the founding members as well as the second president of the writers’ organization formerly known as The Garden State Horror Writers and she is also a past president of the Philadelphia Writers’ Conference.
Growing up extremely rural and listening to nightly horror tales from her older siblings, Dina naturally turned to horror writing since she became afraid of just about everything.
To support her writing habit over the decade, Dina held a wide variety of jobs including teaching, driving a school bus, waitressing, being a mystery shopper, writing for newspapers and for the last 15 years being a Senior Citizen Center Director.
Although she went out looking several times in her younger days, she has never actually seen the Jersey Devil and really doesn’t want too.