Regarding Terminal: The Play:
My co-writer, the renowned playwright Roy C. Booth, pointed something out to me tonight. He said, “Should the play sell out, it will be the first such hard cover offering to do so from a recognized press since the play adaptation of Dracula. And you have to go waaaaay back for that one (think Bela Lugosi’s or John Carradine’s stage productions well before the film in 1931.”
So let’s make American Theatrical History, folks. Please order a copy.
And remember, if you order it from Horror Mall, you get a free chapbook called Stone Tears, which features Nelson LeHorn from Dark Hollow and deals with the Susquehanna River petroglyphs and powwow magic gone bad.