On October 18, Clive Barker’s Dark Worlds is being released, shortly after the horror icon’s 70th birthday. Celebrating his prolific career spanning numerous decades and mediums, Dark Worlds is 352 pages of all things Clive Barker. While you can snag a hard copy or the Kindle version on Amazon, for a limited time, you can preorder a hardback copy of Dark Worlds autographed by Clive Barker himself from the independent bookstore, Book Soup. Below is more information about this exciting release.Continue reading
Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers series is unique in that it provides a modern take on classic horror literature, read by one of the genre’s most iconic figures. The first volume was excellent, and Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 2 provides listeners with another healthy dose of horror fun.
Three weeks ago I attended my first Bruce Springsteen concert. Today I met “The Boss.” Well, to be accurate, I did see Bruce perform with The E Street Band when they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame two years ago. I was there with my cousin, mainly to see KISS and Hall & Oates be inducted, but seeing Bruce rock out, along with several other rock icons, made for an entertaining evening full of music. Nevertheless, the Bruce Springsteen concert I attended three weeks ago was my first time seeing a full-length performance by New Jersey’s favorite son, and it was awesome. It was also the longest U.S. concert he’s ever performed. But enough of that. Let me tell you about Bruce’s event at the Free Library of Philadelphia promoting his new autobiography: Born to Run.