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Birth Screams of Angels

by Tim Mulcahy on Apr.13, 2010, under Where I am

Another short story that I have written appears to have found a home.  “Birth Screams of Angels,” originally published in M-Brane Magazine will be included in Drollerie Presses upcoming science fiction anthology.

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Epic Award Weekend is coming

by Tim Mulcahy on Feb.14, 2010, under Where I am

I’ve got my fingers crossed hoping that Bump in the Night wins for best Anthology.

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Drollerie Issues Press Release About “Bump”

by Tim Mulcahy on Nov.20, 2009, under Where I am

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Cleveland, OH, United States, 11/20/2009 - Two Drollerie Press titles, “Scars on the Face of God” by C. G. Bauer, and the anthology “Vampires, Zombies, Ghosts, and Other Things That Go Bump in the Night” have been named finalists in EPIC competition.

Drollerie Press, LLC, an indie e- and print publisher of speculative fiction, is proud to announce that two of its titles: “Vampires, Zombies, Ghosts and Other Things That Go Bump in the Night” a horror anthology edited by Deena Fisher, and “Scars on the Face of God: The Devil’s Bible,” by Chris Bauer have been named finalists for the 2010 EPIC awards in the categories of best Anthology Fiction and Contributors and best Horror Fiction.

“Vampires” collects short stories by a variety of new and previously published authors, around three stories by Tim Mulcahy, a new author whose writing is described by one reviewer as, “real-people dialogue, fast and sharp and grounded in the moment.” “Scars on the Face of God” is an anti-christ novel with a twist, described by reviewers as “intriguing,” a “vivid story”, “well-written and thought provoking” and describes C. G. Bauer as “an author to watch out for.” Both books are currently available in all major ebook formats, and “Scars” will soon be available in trade paperback.

EPIC (, the Electronically Published Internet Connection, is a professional organization for published e-book and print authors, established to provide a strong voice for electronic publishing. The EPIC awards are given annually to recognize outstanding achievement in e-publishing. Winners will be announced at EPIC’s annual convention to be held from March, 4-7, 2010 in New Orleans.

When advised that the books were finalists Ms. Fisher said: “As a relatively new publisher in a young and growing media, I am particularly gratified that EPIC has chosen two of our titles for final consideration. These are both books I’m particularly proud of for the quality of the writing and the compelling stories they contain.”

In addition to being the editor for “Vampires, Zombies, Ghosts and Other Things,” Deena Fisher is Creative Director and Founder of Drollerie Press. Founded in 2007, Drollerie Press ( publishes transformative fiction in electronic book, audio, and print. Its books can be found online, in books stores, and through print and electronic book distribution channels.

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Bump in the Night Nominated for Epic

by Tim Mulcahy on Nov.16, 2009, under Where I am

I just learned that the Horror Anthology: “Bump in the Night” has been nominated for an Epic Award for best fiction anthology.  EPIC, the Electronically Published Internet Connection, is a professional organization for published and contracted e-book and print authors. It was established to provide a strong voice for electronic publishing.  Every year they give awards in various e-book categories, including one  for best e-book anthology.

“Bump in the Night” contains three of my short stories.  “Monday Night at the Vampire Lounge,” “Thursday Night at the Zombie Bordello,” and “Wednesday Night at the Haunted Inn.”

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Meet me at Context 22

by Tim Mulcahy on Aug.26, 2009, under Where I am

Context 22 - Columbus, OH

Context 22 - Columbus, OH

I will be at Context 22 in Columbus, Ohio this weekend.   This is a literary oriented speculative fiction convention.  I will be participating on four panels relating to writing fantasy, vampires and science fiction.

Panels include:

FRI 8:00 PM Buckeye 2 Writing Fantasy
A discussion of the approaches, content, and presentations in this genre
Leader  Mulcahy  Sandridge  Chima  Morgan

SAT 10:00 AM German Village Improv for Writers    WORKSHOP    Klages
SAT 10:00 AM Buckeye 2 Humor to Horror
Humor can be very important in fiction – if it doesn’t interrupt the tale, and R. L. Stine says, “There is a close relationship between humor and
horror”. Discussion panel.
Hall  Betts  Schwamberger  Mulcahy  Verrico  Snyder

SAT 6:00 PM Buckeye 1 Putting the Science in Science Fiction
There are character driven stories, there are environment driven stories, but how right does the science have to be – and why?
Sanford  Sandridge  D’Ambrosio  Mulcahy  Asaro  Creek

SUN 1:00 PM Buckeye 2 Writing Vampires Today
Are sympathetic vampires a good idea? What is the sea change that recent authors have brought to us in modern vampires?
Laurey Mulcahy Robertson Verrico

Stop by and say hello!

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