Ghoulish poster art for “Like Father, Like Son”

Ghoulish poster art for “Like Father, Like Son”

The folks at Glass Eye Pix have just unveiled the new poster for my story "Like Father, Like Son" in part of their radio play series Tales from Beyond the Pale. It's a thing of beauty. Ghoulish beauty, for sure, but when it's by none other than the Ghoulish Gary Pullin himself, would you expect anything less? Never!

Tales from Beyond the Pale starts up this coming Tuesday, October 2nd at Dixon Place. Trust me, kiddies… You are not going to want to miss it!

For more info about our four-night event, go here: http://talesfrombeyondthepale.com/

Fango did a nice little writeup on the Tales series as well today, which you can read here: http://bit.ly/SlCdD6

September 26, 2012

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