Halloween Eve: Macabre Stories from the Top Purveyors of the Creepy

October 30, 2011
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Come warm up for Halloween at the KGB Bar with an evening of macabre stories from the top purveyors of the creepy, some true, some anatomically correct… and all very scary. 

Tonight’s event includes medically accurate zombie neurobiology from a professor in psychiatry at Harvard University, expert lessons in taxidermy, and more Bram Stoker Awards than you can shake a stick at. 
Our roster of all-star readers include Jack Ketchum (The Girl Next Door), Dr. Steven Schlozman (The Zombie Autopsies), Melissa Milgrom (Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy), and Clay McLeod Chapman (Rest Area) and Sarah Murray (Making An Exit)
Jack Ketchum. Author: “The Girl Next Door,” “Off Season.” (http://www.jackketchum.net/) “Who’s the scariest guy in America? Probably Jack Ketchum.”—Stephen King
Steven Schlozman. Author: “The Zombie Autopsies.” Professor of psychiatry at Harvard University. (http://www.stevenschlozman.net/) “Dr. Steve’s ‘Zombie Autopsy’ will charm and excite a new generation into loving science.”—Chuck Palahniuk
Melissa Milgrom. Author: “Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy” (http://www.melissamilgrom.com/) “Milgrom has pulled back the curtain on a surprising and intense culture.”—The New York TImes Book Review
Clay McLeod Chapman. Author: “Rest Area,” “Miss Corpus.” (http://pumpkinpieshow.com/) “Clay McLeod Chapman is like Stephen King transmogrified into a post-punk preacher poet.”—The Scotsman
Sarah Murray. Author, “Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre—How We Dignify the Dead” (http://makinganexit.net/)
“Murray takes readers on a charming and informative tour of how different cultures dispose of and mourn their dead.”—Publisher’s Weekly

About the Series: KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction

The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.

Suzanne Dottino/fiction curator,