Lawrence Dagstine: “Happy Halloween 2009…”

TRICK OR TREAT

HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2009

from Lawrence Dagstine

(I love scarecrows; had to go with a scarecrow theme this year)

However, in case you love zombies, werewolves, vampires, and lizards…

Still Available from Sam’s Dot Publishing & The Genre Mall:

 

http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#freshblood

Lawrence Dagstine: “Dagstine does Egypt…”

Ancient Egypt that is! Minus the Scifi novella, a look into one of five upcoming projects between 2009 and 2010 that should wet any reader’s appetite.  This should give my fans and peers a look into what I do for inspiration and, at times, research.  From the ashes of a New Yorker’s mind, a non-fiction and fiction tale is born.  Think of an article or story like a work of architecture — Like any building, it needs a foundation drafted, then crafted, in order to stand.  A good story can also be like a work of art.  Colorful and priceless, depending on the artist.  With any dedicated and enthusiastic study, life experience also plays a major role in creation.

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Whether it’s freelancing pre-dynasty non-fiction or fantasy, alternate history or occultist horror, Dagstine will do it! That’s for sure.  The hints to one of my next tales sits on this screen — well, rather yours — in front of you.  Will it have lots of mummies and real mystery? Will it involve Cleopatra? Will it showcase ancient gods and pyramids in an adventure the likes you’ve never read? I guess you’ll have to wait and see…

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

Lawrence Dagstine does Egypt

By the way, there’s tiny scarabs and children’s remains — mummified, I might add — in that tomb behind me (just kidding).  Coffins such as these were used by pharoahs or kings for royal pets, such as cats.  Lots of times they were mummified and buried with their owners.  Personal belongings were included for their long journey into the next world.

Sound juicy so far? Well, you better stay tuned then…

Lawrence Dagstine

The Willows Magazine, October 2008… (Now Available!)

I’m pleased to announce that the October 2008 Issue of THE WILLOWS MAGAZINE is now available.  A very delightful Halloween print edition indeed, filled with a plethora of steampunk and Neo/Post-Victorian period works of horror and other macabre tales.  Published bimonthly, this is my fourth run as Feature Author with the magazine, and the fiction just gets hotter with each new issue. They’ve been mentioned in The New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle, so why not join the steampunk movement and read… “The Willows”…!

THE WILLOWS MAGAZINE:

September-October 2008

The Willows Magazine, September/October 2008

The Willows Magazine, September/October 2008

 www.thewillowsmagazine.com

Featuring Fiction by: Sarah Monette, G.D. Falksen, Lawrence Dagstine, Eric S. Brown, Robey Jenkins, and Michelle Pribbernow. With non-fiction & reviews by Reyna Sparby and Skadi meic Beorh. Edited by Ben Thomas.

Previous Issues featuring Lawrence Dagstine:

(Some may already be sold out; some still available)

The Willows Magazine, May/June 2008
The Willows Magazine, May/June 2008
The Willows Magazine, March 2008
The Willows Magazine, March 2008

 SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://thewillows.myshopify.com/

Only $5.00 per fiction-filled issue; $25.00 annually for SIX ISSUES!

 

  

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The Willows Magazine, October 2008… (5th acceptance)

I come with yet another brand new tale (going for fourth run as a Feature Author), this one spooky and rather historical — actually, the last few tales I’ve written have been somewhat either a) pre-World War or Neo-Victorian meets Post-Victorian, otherwise b) paranormal and steampunkish in storyline/plot architecture.  Still, stay tuned.  I’ll be in the October 2008 Issue of… THE WILLOWS MAGAZINE.  Edited by Ben Thomas.

Some previous Issues featuring Lawrence R. Dagstine

TheWillowsMagazineMay08-1.jpg picture by DoctorLarry_photo

THE WILLOWS: www.thewillowsmagazine.com

ORDER HERE: http://thewillows.myshopify.com/

Article for THE WILLOWS MAGAZINE in The San Francisco Chronicle:

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/07/06/LVL211GOO2.DTL

Steampunk Subculture in both genre and fashion is on the rise! Historical Fiction and other weird tales with a Lovecraftian feel, too.  Don’t miss a single issue!

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