Have you been enjoying MARK ONSPAUGH‘s articles here at CINEMA KNIFE FIGHT? Well, here’s your chance to meet him in person. If you live near the Cambria, California area, check out the event below:
The Fire Dove Gallery Presents:
A Night With Author Mark Onspaugh
A free evening event in Cambria –
Mark will read some of his stories and answer questions about writing
WHERE: The Fire Dove Gallery
789 Main St. Cambria, CA 93428
WHEN: Friday August 19th, 2011
7 – 8:30 pm -ish
BRING: Wine if you care to imbibe. An extra chair in case we run out of seating.
Mark will sign books, so bring any of hisyou want him to autograph
- Aside from books and screenplays, Mark also writes the “Remote Outpost“
- TV column for us here at Cinema Knife Fight.
A special evening with Mark – we promise it won’t be scary!
It’s true that Mark lives in a special world: Sometimes there are scary things in the dark, but there is also romance, humor, science fiction, mysteries from the great beyond and so much more! If you know of Cambria resident Mark Onspaugh primarily as a horror writer then this evening at the Fire Dove Gallery in Cambria will introduce you to a more poignant, funny and lyrical side of your favorite local author. Recently nominated for a prestigious Pushcart Prize, Mark has sold nearly 40 short stories in the last few years and is hoping to bring you a novel very soon.
About Mark: Mark Onspaugh is a native Californian who grew up on a steady diet of horror, science fiction and DC Comics. He’s a proud member of the Horror Writers Association and the International Thriller Writers Assocation. In addition to the produced film “Kill Katie Malone,” he has several other screenplays in various stages of development, and was also one of the writers of the cult favorite “Flight of the Living Dead.”
While Onspaugh is definitely a fan of the horror genre, he also writes science fiction and comedy. He polished his comedy writing (and improv skills) at the Groundlings Theater in L.A., where he studied under Lisa Kudrow (“Friends”), Michael McDonald (“Mad TV”) and Heather Morgan (“The Dana Carvey Show”).
Culture after Dark in Cambria
This is the first in a series of special event splanned by the Fire Dove Gallery in Cambria. Please join us at our beautiful spaciaous gallery with our “colony of local artists” and now our local authors!
(Thank you to Tobey Crockett for providing us with this press release).