Charon Coin Press Enters the Imaginarium

imaginarium_posterby Amanda Hard

Once again, Charon Coin Press will be attending the Imaginarium creative writing convention September 11 through 13 in Louisville, Kentucky.

The convention, in its second year, gathers publishers, book sellers, authors, editors, and readers from around the Midwest for panel discussions, author readings, and a vending Expo. This year the Expo is open free to the general public, with tickets still available for panels, gaming, and the film festival. Come meet the editors and writers behind Charon Coin Press, complete your collection of State of Horror volumes, have your books signed by the attending authors, and browse a variety of vendors in the creative worlds of books, gaming, movies, art, and more.

Publisher and State of Horror editor, Jerry Benns,  as well as author and editor, Margie Colton are guests at this year’s convention and will be sharing their knowledge and experience in the panel discussions as well as vending books, t-shirts, and other merchandise.

We are looking forward to returning to Imaginarium,” said Charon Coin Press publisher Jerry Benns. “Last year, we had the opportunity to meet some wonderful people and begin many great working relationships. The 2015 event will be even better and we will have an expanded vending area to meet with readers and authors alike.

Special guests at Imaginarium 2015 include authors Lori Wilde, Michael Knost, Tim Waggoner, musician/author C.S. Marks, and a host of professionals from across the worlds of writing, screenwriting, publishing, gaming, and more. For more information about the event visit

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