The following interview appeared in the April 2014 edition of “The Big Thrill” online magazine published by the International Thriller Writers organization.
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the short story compilation “Undead Living” edited by Thomas M. Malafarina.
Horror master Thomas M. Malafarina brings you this compilation of short stories about the undead in comtemporary settings. Included in this volume:
Feeding Frenzy – Michael Collins
The Supreme Race – Catherine Jordan
The Storm – Kristina Mosley
The Collectors – Fallon Stoeffler
Trouble With The Tooth Fairy – Victoria Rowe
Angel Of Mercy – Joseph Rubas
Night Drive – C. Inferno
Encounter In The Dead Of Night… – Sergio Palumbo
Kittens With Chainsaws – Johannes Pinter
Even The Great Will Fall – Thomas M. Malafarina
Handsome Jack – C. M. Saunders
Richard The Vampire – Joshua Malbin
Responsibility – Paul Stansfield
The Benefits of Being Dead – Benjamin Blake
The Price Of Rice – Mark Slade
Authored by Thomas M. Malafarina, Edited by Thomas M. Malafarina, Authored by Catherine Jordan, Authored by Michael Collins, Authored by Kristina Mosley, Authored by Fallon Stoeffler, Authored by Victoria Rowe, Authored by Joseph Rubas, Authored by C. Inferno, Authored by Sergio Palumbo, Authored by Johannes Pinter, Authored by C. M. Saunders, Authored by Joshua Malbin, Authored by Paul Stansfield, Authored by Benjamin Blake, Authored by Mark Slade
List Price: $14.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Sunbury Press Inc
BISAC: Fiction / Horror
Front and back cover art by Amber Russell.
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On September 8, 2013, Thomas was briefly interviewed by C K Webb on the WebbWeaver Internet radio program. He also got to read the prologue from his 2012 novel “Burn Phone”.
Here is a link to the show:
Here are comments made during the show by C K Webb:
“I am stoked. I am a huge fan.”
“He is going to be reading from his novel Burn Phone and I have been waiting so long….”
“This is your fourth visit… you’re practically hosting the show with me.”
“It’s gonna be that creepy thing that you do, I’m sure. We talked about this and it’s one of my favorite things that you do.”
“For those of you readers and listeners out there, Thomas has very quickly, within the last year catapulted himself into my top five horror writers. And I’m a huge fan of horror.”
“I’m a big fan of yours… the way that you write is so in-your-face. I have been hooked on it since that first reading that you did.”
“Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! I have been wanting to hear that.”
“But I have this sneaking suspicion there’s going to be a lot of twisting and turning going on in there. “
“You have a tendency to do that. Get really bad, really fast.”
Cherry Hill, NJ – Monster Mania Con was held at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ from Friday August 16th through Sunday August 18th, 2013. Sunbury Press utilized its vendor space to promote the horror category. Thomas Malafarina, Catherine Jordan and Keith Rommel were present to meet the crowds and sign free copies of their books. The convention featured such celebrities as: Carrie Fisher, George Romero, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Glover, Malcolm McDowell, Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Jessica Clark, Claire Coffee, Chandler Riggs,
Dick Warlock, Gary Busey, and many more…
Thomas Malafarina gave away dozens of his books including Fallen Stones, Ghost Shadows, 13 Nasty Endings, 99 Souls, Eye Contact and Gallery of Horror. Tom was very pleased to meet some fans who were familiar with his work.
Catherine Jordan promoted her debut novel Seeking Samiel to her female target audience. Dozens of copies of her book found enthusiastic readers as well of piles of bookmarks.
Keith Rommel promoted his novel The Cursed Man, now in the works as a major motion picture. The booth also displayed a large poster, postcards and buttons regarding the movie. Keith was careful to give his signed copies to readers who promised to talk about his book and/or write a review. Lots of patrons picked up buttons and cards, too. Keith was also fortunate to meet representatives from Fangoria magazine, who promised to follow up with a book review and coverage of the movie, as it is being released.
In all, it was a very successful weekend for Sunbury Press and the authors, who got to meet their target audience in person — by the hundreds.