FantasyCon announces third GoH

FantasyCon 2011 is delighted to announce author and screenwriter Peter Atkins is its third Guest of Honour.

Peter Atkins was born in Liverpool and now lives in Los Angeles. He is the author of the novels Morningstar, Big Thunder, and Moontown and the screenplays Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III, Hellraiser IV, Wishmaster, and Prisoners of the Sun. His short fiction has appeared in such best-selling anthologies as The Museum of Horrors, Dark Delicacies II, and Hellbound Hearts, and magazines including Weird Tales, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Postscripts and Cemetery Dance. He has been also appeared in the award-winning Best New Horror.

Peter Atkins has also written for the stage and for television. He is the co-founder, with Dennis Etchison and Glen Hirshberg, of The Rolling Darkness Revue, which tours the West Coast annually bringing ghost stories and live music to any venue that’ll put up with them. A new collection of his short fiction is to be published in October 2011.

Fantasycon 2011 will be held over the weekend of 30 September to 2 October 2011 at the Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton — venue for the highly successful 2010 World Horror Convention.

Photo (c) Peter Coleborn. Do not use without permission.

FantasyCon 2011 is delighted to announce author and screenwriter Peter Atkins is its third Guest of Honour.

Peter Atkins was born in Liverpool and now lives in Los Angeles. He is the author of the novels Morningstar, Big Thunder, and Moontown and the screenplays Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III, Hellraiser IV, Wishmaster, and Prisoners of the Sun. His short fiction has appeared in such best-selling anthologies as The Museum of Horrors, Dark Delicacies II, and Hellbound Hearts, and magazines including Weird Tales, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Postscripts and Cemetery Dance. He has been also appeared in the award-winning Best New Horror.

Peter Atkins has also written for the stage and for television. He is the co-founder, with Dennis Etchison and Glen Hirshberg, of The Rolling Darkness Revue, which tours the West Coast annually bringing ghost stories and live music to any venue that’ll put up with them. A new collection of his short fiction is to be published in October 2011.

Fantasycon 2011 will be held over the weekend of 30 September to 2 October 2011 at the Royal Albion Hotel, Brighton — venue for the highly successful 2010 World Horror Convention.

Photo (c) Peter Coleborn. Do not use without permission.