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Anita Dolman & James K Moran read and sign on Tuesday 7/28

Meet authors Anita Dolman and James K Moran at 5:45pm on Tuesday, July 28th.


Anita Dolman’s poetry and fiction have appeared throughout the United States and Canada, including in the new speculative fiction anthology Triangulation: Lost Voices. Dolman’s story “Handcrafting,” published in On Spec: the Canadian magazine of the fantastic, was a finalist for the 2015 Alberta Magazine Awards. Her second chapbook of poetry, Where No One Can See You, was published by AngelHousePress (Ottawa, 2014). Dolman’s e-novella “Happy Enough” is available from Morning Rain Publishing. Follow her on Twitter @ajdolman.

Since 2003, Pittsburgh’s Parsec Ink has published the annual Triangulation anthology, one of the most-acclaimed small press anthology series in speculative fiction. This year, they’re back with a haunting new theme: “Lost Voices.”

What does a lost voice sound like? A lonely wail in the fog-shrouded night, crying for companionship to the rotating cyclops of a lighthouse? Whispers from the deep recesses of an antediluvian age? Twenty-one answers await you in the pages of the 2015 Triangulation anthology, “Lost Voices.”




James K. Moran’s fiction and poetry have appeared in various Canadian, American and British publications, including Glitterwolf: HalloweenIcarus, On Spec: The Canadian Magazine of the FantasticPostscripts to Darkness 3, The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack and The Rolling Darkness Revue. A longtime Daily Xtra contributor, Moran’s articles have also appeared via CBC Radio and Rue Morgue. He blogs at Moran lives in Ottawa, Canada. Town & Train, published by Lethe Press in November 2014, is his debut horror novel.



“In a small Ontario town, seventeen-year-old John Daniel wakes by the railroad tracks with no recollection of how he got there. Something called him from his bed. Officer David Forester, a recent transfer from Toronto, struggles to fit into the local police force, despite resistance from established circles. Both soon suspect a more pervasive and menacing collusion occurring in town when an antique steam train arrives late in the night. At the phantasmal engine, a conductor promises the desperate locals escape from their town dying with so many closed stores and shattered dreams—but there is no denying what the stranger really brings is the stuff of nightmares.”