Author CJ Henderson is the creator of the Piers
Knight supernatural investigator series, the Teddy
London occult detective series, and many more. Chosen
by the HP Lovecraft estate to continue the great
man's work, he has written some 75 books and/or
novels, as well as hundreds and hundreds of short
stories and comics. Old enough to remember when
trick or treating lasted until midnight, and could
involve ten miles of walking ("we liked our
candy in those days" says CJ), he has written
tales of every conceivable type of horror. Feel
free to check our his website (www.cjhenderson.com)
before the show and then stop by his table where,
if you find something you'd like to purchase, he'll
give you a copy of our Erotic Cthulhu magazine with
Donna at Sleepy Hollow
Cemetery with the Horsemen
Parish-Bischoff, Author of The Lee Avenue Haunting
I was born May 13th , 1967 in Yonkers NY . I grew
up "knowing" that the paranormal field
would be in my life forever . And as long as I breath
I will investigate the unknown .
It started when I grew up in a haunted home . what
I used to run from I now embrace.
I am currently working on re-releasing The Lee
Avenue Haunting 2nd edition with added photo's
and an added last chapter that will take you to
a meeting with the current owners of the home
Be sure to also look out for my second book volume
two " Growing Up Paranormal " due out
next year to take you on the journey on my life
as I grew up after I left Lee Avenue and I how
I got involved in Paranormal Investigating .
I am very happy to announce that as of Halloween
2013, The Lee Avenue Haunting will be available
at the gift shops of www.hudsonvalley.org
The home of the Great Jack-O-Lantern Blaze
Hudson Valley, NY resident Donna Davies, dubbed
the “Halloween Queen,”
divides her time between authoring children’s
books, lecturing to both adults and children, and
curating several web sites dedicated to the holiday.
Ms. Davies’ first picture book for children,
The Halloween Queen Who Lost Her Scream and Sleepy
Hollow and the Road You'd Better Not Follow, thrilled
audiences from 6 to 60 upon its release last October
and earned her numerous opportunities to present
the book at libraries and schools across the region.
She will be releasing her third children’s
Halloween book, "Night of the Candy Creepers";
following with a ghostly Christmas book, "
A Mostly Ghostly Christmas" through her publishing
company All Hallows Eve Press .
Sleepy Hollow and the Road You'd Better Not Follow
is inspired by Washington Irving’s 1820 short
story, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,”
and her personal experiences in the Sleepy Hollow
Cemetery one fall evening, Davies’ book is
a rhyming story from the heart. “The Headless
Horseman has always been my favorite Halloween hero;
he isn’t bad, just a little scary when confronted.
After noticing that few children’s books touched
on his tale in a way they could connect with, I
decided to rectify that,” she explains with
a grin fit for a jack-o-lantern. With ghoulish giggle,
Ms. Davies shares a secret, "All my stories
come from personal experiences in my life--from
a tiny trick or treater to an adult candy creeper."
A staunch supporter of local libraries and historical
Davies is an active member of the Sleepy Hollow
Cemetery Historical Board and curates the Hudson
Valley Halloween Magazine as an “en-spook-lopedia”
of all things grim and ghoulish in the area.
Ms. Davies offers a Halloween Story Time presentation
of all her books and is available to visit your
local haunt on kids' day.
Notorious Poet. Fool. Born in Washington DC. Stavros
was a writer and editor for The Independent Underground
Magazine. Besides screaming verse in coffeehouses,
his poetic works have been published in several
online and print publications, including Central
Avenue, The Sword That Cuts Through Stone, Poets
Against The War, Conceptions Southwest, The Mynd,
Imagine: Creative Arts Journal, and Bartleby, where
he won a specialty award for his poem, Blackbird.
In 1999, he won an Official Selection into the Writer’s
on the Edge Festival for his play, The Redline.
In 2001, he created the Poetry Television Project
for public cable access in Albuquerque, NM. All
eight volumes of Ptv’s groundbreaking show
were broadcast to over 100,000 viewers on a network
of regional PAC channels throughout the Southwest
and Baltimore. He helped to launch Unpublished Magazine,
sponsored the monthly poetry series, The Word Café,
and produced a political compilation, Poetic Democracy.
In 2007, he released the award-winning documentary
film, Committing Poetry in Times of War.
He is a photographer and graphic designer, a
musician, and most recently released the exciting
horror thriller novel, Blood Junky, which is the
first tale in the epic One Blood series. The second
book of the saga, Däm’Um: Song of the
Vam Pyr’s Love in Vein, is set to release
in early 2011 along with his third scribbled offering,
Dead Girl: A Romantic Zombie Tale of Revenge.
Checkout more about Stavros at his blog: www.bitemereallyhard.com.
BOOKS WRITTEN: • Blood Junky, which is the first
tale in the epic One Blood series.
• Däm’Um: Song of the Vam Pyr’s
Love in Vein
• Dead Girl: A Romantic Zombie Tale of Revenge.
Lesley Bannatyne is an author who writes on Halloween.
She is also a freelance journalist, covering stories
ranging from local druids to relief aid in Bolivia.
Bannatyne has shared her knowledge of Halloween
on television specials for Nickelodeon and the History
Channel ("The Haunted History of Halloween"),
with Time Magazine, and has given talks at venues
as diverse as the 2000 Halloween Convergence in
New Orleans and the St. Louis Art Museum. She contributed
the Halloween article to World Book Encyclopedia.
Most recently, she, with many compatriots, held
the Guinness World Record for "Largest Halloween
Gathering," from October 2007-09
Stuart Schneider is the author of two Halloween
books - "Halloween in America" and ·Halloween,
Costumes and Other Treats" and two books on
ghosts in the cemetery - "Ghosts In The Cemetery"
and "Ghosts In the Cemetery II". Stuart
also has another ghost book at the publishers (Schiffer
Publishing, Atglen, PA) and due out in mid-2013.
Dark Paranormal Romance/Horror author Cinsearae
S. is the creator of BOLEYN, Tudor Vampire, and
Diary of a Vampire Stripper, both Top 10 Finishers
in the Predators & Editors 2010 and 2012 Readers
Polls. A digital artist, jewelry designer, and still-photographer,
she is also Editor/Publisher of award-winning, Dark
Gothic Resurrected Magazine. She received the Author's
Site of Excellence Award in 2007 from Predators
& Editors, and is a Cover Artist for Damnation
Books and independent authors. Her website won a
Golden Horror Award from Horrorfind.com.
Shop owner of Mistress Rae’s Decadent Designs
on Etsy.com, (Search: MistressRae13) she specializes
in Steampunk, Halloween, Victorian and Gothic-inspired,
jewelry, accessories, creepy dolls, and more. Her
store won the 2012 Fright Times Award for "Best
Horror Collectible". You can also find her
on Youtube/Twitter/Facebook/Goodreads/LinkedIn @
Cinsearae, and at her virtual home, http://bloodtouch.webs.com.
An avid fan of 'old school' horror movies and their
villains (Freddy, Jason, Michael, Pinhead) she is
also a big Vincent Price fan. Halloween is her favorite
time of the year, and she keeps her house decorated
year-round. She has always been drawn to the flipside
of life -- the supernatural, odd, bizarre, Gothic
and 'darkly beautiful' always being an inspiration
to her. She lives with her husband and two rat terriers,
aptly named Hades and Chaos.
A limited number of copies of Diary of a Vampire
Stripper will be available at her booth. You can
also find it at https://www.createspace.com/3778782
or on Amazon.com for Kindle.
Also available is her first collection of short
stories, Creepy Crawlers, which includes “Bad
Phone Call”, a 1st place winner in The National
Haunters Convention’s 2011 short story competition.