AUTHORS

Jason Badower

Australian born and now US-based artist and writer, Jason Badower has been working in comics for over 20 years and movies and television for almost a decade. His covers for DC Comics include: THE FLASH, ARROW, SUPERGIRL, CAPTAIN ATOM, GOTHAM CITY GARAGE and KRYPTON. He also writes and draws Stephen Amell’s (ARROW) annual wine club…
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Bill Mumy

Come check out the Amazing and Accomplished BILL MUMY in an intimate 1 hour acoustic concert! It will be a night you won't forget! Seating is limited! Show starts at 6:00 PM on Saturday night, October 13th at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel. Seating as follows: BILL MUMY  PRIORITY SEATING ACOUSTIC CONCERT ADD-ON - first to…
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Mark Goddard

Mark Goddard portrayed Major Don West, the adversary of Dr. Zachary Smith in the 1960s CBS television series, Lost in Space. Get your photo ops with Mark and the Lost in Space Chariot and B9 Robot! Goddard starred as the young Detective Sgt. Chris Ballard on The Detectives starring Robert Taylor. In 1959, after just…
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Stacey Longo

Stacey Longo is the author of Ordinary Boy and Secret Things: Twelve Tales to Terrify. Her stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, including Shroud, Shock Totem, and the Litchfield Literary Review. A former humor columnist for the Block Island Times, she maintains a weekly humor blog at www.staceylongo.com. Her books are available on…
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Stephen Lomer

Stephen Lomer makes his triumphant return to Super Megafest! A grammar nerd, Star Trek fan, and other things that chicks dig, Stephen Lomer is the author of the hugely popular novel Typo Squad, the short story collections Stargazer Lilies or Nothing at All and B.B. and Red, and the novellas Hell’s Nerds and Belle's Christmas…
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Living Dead Press

Living Dead Press is an indie publisher of all things horror. Though focusing mostly on zombies, novels and anthologies of cannibals, werewolves, apocalyptic fiction and Bigfoot are just a small sample of what they offer. Recently acquiring the print rights to Day of the Dead by George Romero, the sequel "Sunset of the Dead" is…
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Rob Watts

Rob Watts is an award-winning writer of Suspenseful Thrillers. After freelancing for many years as a music reviewer, Watts released Huldufolk (2011), a suspenseful tale inspired by his time spent in Iceland, learning the language and studying folklore. The limited edition novella had included an accompanying CD soundtrack of music composed by the author as…
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