At the Morbid Academy

Me and Mitch Horowitz at the Morbid Academy! Dear God I’m tiny. I knew I wasn’t exactly big, except maybe Mitch is also very TALL. I had a fantastic time of course. Thank you so much for inviting me Mitch, it was such a wonderful opportunity, and thank you to the Morbid Anatomy Museum for being the nicest, nicest host. (Everyone, if you haven’t visited this place, you really must go. Just go to the link, you’ll see why.)

And it was great see the fabulous and talented Shannon Taggert in the audience, and Sharon Lee Harkey (who brought a book for me!) and Lucinda W., who has been visiting this blog and who I met for the first time! That was very cool. Thank you all! It was such a nice break after this long Echo nightmare (which is still going on, but I am going to try to take a day off from it today if I can).

Mitch Horowitz

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “At the Morbid Academy

  1. Oh, look how cute you are! And how cool — it’s not like any old writer gets invited to the Morbid Academy — only those writers who know how to blend just the right amount of joie de vivre with the travails of the mortal coil to come up with a delicious cocktail of doom and Be Here Now-ism. Plus cats. I love your way with the world and I am sure that everyone there was as spellbound by the same hoodoo as I have seen you do on other audiences.

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