Reading 1 with A. Dioses, D.L. Myers, K.A. Opperman, & A. Bolivar
Are you a fan of weird poetry and fiction? Looking to expand your library? Join us for a live reading session from these talented authors!
D. L. Myers is a writer of Weird poetry in the vein of H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith and Robert E. Howard. His work has appeared in Spectral Realms, Halloween Howlings and K. A. Opperman's The Crimson Tome. He also is an accomplished reader of poetry, and he does a weekly video poetry reading of contemporary and classic Weird poets, as well as his own work, which he posts on his blog vulravin.blogspot.com. He also had his debut live poetry reading at the H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival, San Pedro. He lives in the mist-shrouded Skagit Valley of the Pacific Northwest.
A native southern Californian, K. A. Opperman is a poet of horror and fantasy writing in the Weird tradition of H. P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith. His work has appeared in such notable publications as Spectral Realms, Weird Fiction Review, Weirdbook, Skelos, Gothic Blue Book, the Horror Writers Association's Horror Poetry Showcase, and many other magazines. His debut book-length verse collection The Crimson Tome was released by Hippocampus Press in August 2015, and he has a second collection well underway. Against the fashion of the times, he writes solely in careful rhyme and meter, whether it be for a magazine, or for a wine label for Lovecraft Wines.
Adam Bolivar is a poet of dark fantasy, a weird fiction writer, and a marionette playwright with a particular interest in balladry, alliterative verse and Jack tales. He is the author of _The Lay of Old Hex_ (Hippocampus Press, 2017), _The Ettinfell of Beacon Hill_, (Jackanapes Press, 2021), _Ballads for the Witching Hour_ (Hippocampus Press 2022), and the forthcoming _A Wheel of Ravens_ (Jackanapes Press, 2023). A native of Boston, he now resides in Portland, Oregon.