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International publisher of Horror Fiction is hitting the road with upcoming conferences

House of Sighs, by Aaron Dries

"Finding out what readers want helps ensure that we keep delivering the stories that keep the horror fiction genre fresh and exciting," explains Samhain Horror executive editor Don D'Auria.

Samhain Horror, an imprint of publisher Samhain Publishing®, hit the ground running with its launch last October—and shows no signs of slowing down. Recent and upcoming conference participation includes:

  •     World Horror Convention: Salt Like City, UT (March, 2012)
  •     ThrillerFest: New York, NY (July, 2012)
  •     Rue Morgue Festival of Fear: Toronto, Canada, Aug 23-26
  •     HorrorFind: Gettysburg, PA Aug 31- Sept 2
  •     Horror Hound: Indianapolis, IN Sept 7-9
  •     KillerCon: Las Vegas, NV Sept 20-23

According to Samhain Horror executive editor Don D’Auria, reaching out to readers and authors is one of the best ways to keep current on what horror fans want most. “It’s our job to provide extraordinary and award-winning horror fiction from both established authors and new voices,” he explains. “But finding out what readers want helps ensure that we keep delivering the stories that keep the horror fiction genre fresh and exciting.”

To keep up with Samhain Horror’s latest travels, visit them online at http://www.samhainhorror.com or via Twitter at @samhainpublishing.

About Samhain Publishing

Launched in 2005 with a vision of bringing extraordinary fiction to compulsive readers (who sometimes can’t wait for a book to actually be printed), Samhain Publishing® is an international publisher of eBook and traditional print fiction. One of the most prominent voices of original ebook fiction, Samhain represents some of today’s brightest authors of romance and horror fiction. To learn why at Samhain “it’s all about the story…”, visit Samhain Publishing online at http://www.samhainpublishing.com.

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