The Streator Times posted an interview with me today about the May issue of the Legends and Lore of Illinois (on the “hatchet lady” of Moon Point Cemetery).
Check it out: http://mywebtimes.com/archives/ottawa/display.php?id=381419
My favorite quote: “For the record, no one threw hatchets at me while I was there.”
Thank you to everyone who came out and helped organize the book signing on Friday and Saturday night. Thank you to Willy Adkins and John Everson and also the guy who booked the event. I met a lot of cool people, saw some live music and a fashion show. It’s not every day that you get such a variety of artistic mediums displayed in one place. Here are a couple of pictures from Saturday night:
Michael Kleen, author of the Legends and Lore of Illinois, will be at Borders Books in DeKalb selling and signing copies of his brand new book Legends and Lore of Illinois: Case Files. This event will also feature other authors in the paranormal genre. Come meet Michael Kleen, buy a book, and stay and chat.
Here are the details:
Date: Friday, May 8, 2009
Time: 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Borders Books
Street: 2520 Sycamore Rd
City/Town: DeKalb, IL
Q&A with Michael Kleen
“Michael Kleen is the man behind Black Oak Media, a Midwestern publishing company. As I was getting started in photography, he was very supportive of my work and helped me become the photographer I am today. I’m happy to present you with a short Q&A I had with him about his magazine Black Oak Presents and what part photography plays in it.”
In this exclusive interview I answer 6 questions with Greg Inda, cover photographer for Black Oak Presents. Check it out now!
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