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Michael Cisco at PSFS this Friday

Leestein
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Philadelphia, PA
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MICHAEL CISCO
Friday, June 14th at International House, 3701 Chestnut St. Phila. PA 9:00 PM

Michael Cisco is the author of novels The Divinity Student (Buzzcity Press, 1999, winner of the International Horror Writers Guild award for best first novel of 1999), The Tyrant (Prime, 2004), The San Veneficio Canon (Prime, 2005), The Traitor (Prime, 2007), The Narrator (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2010), The Great Lover (Chomu Press, 2011), and Celebrant (Chomu Press, 2012). His short story collection, Secret Hours, was published by Mythos Press in 2007.

His fiction has appeared in Leviathan III (Wildside, 2004) and Leviathan IV (Night Shade, 2005), The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric and Discredited Diseases (Bantam, 2005), Cinnabar's Gnosis: A Tribute to Gustav Meyrink (Ex Occidente, 2009), Last Drink Bird Head (Ministry of Whimsy, 2009), Lovecraft Unbound (Dark Horse, 2009), Phantom (Prime, 2009), Black Wings I (PS Press, 2011), Blood and Other Cravings (Tor, 2011), The Master in the Cafe Morphine: A Homage to Mikhail Bulgakov (Ex Occidente Press, 2011), The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities (Harper Voyager, 2011), The Weird (Tor, 2012), and elsewhere

. His scholarly work has appeared in Lovecraft Studies, The Weird Fiction Review, and Iranian Studies.
His latest publications include a new novel, entitled Celebrant (Chomu Press), and an omnibus edition of novels and short stories from Centipede Press. New short fiction is scheduled to appear in Dadaoism (Chomu Press), The Weird (Tor), and This Hermetic Legislature: A Homage to Bruno Schulz (Ex Occidente).

Michael Cisco lives and teaches in New York City.
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