Hallowe’en…so scary at Ce Soir Arts! Excellent readings at The Graveyard Dungeon!

It is really a pretty creepy Hallowe’en around here…the music stream is spoooooky, the art in The Mad Masquerade Exhibit is dark and lovely, and the ball was spooktacular! And now, it is actually HALLOWE’EN…and time for some outstanding readings at The Graveyard Dungeon – one of the stars in the Ce Soir Arts crown!

◥▲◤HALLOWE’EN at The Graveyard Dungeon – 1:30 PM ◥▲◤
CALEDONIA SKYTOWER Reads THE GRAVEYARD BOOK
“Rattle his bones, over the stones. It’s only a pauper, Who Nobody owns.”
– Traditional Nursery Rhyme
Cale, one of SL’s premier writers and readers, heightens the spookiness of Hallowe’en with selections from Neil Gaiman’s multi-award-winning story of a boy who loses his family and ends up being raised by the unlikely and very deceased residents of a graveyard. Riveting storytelling in one of Ce Soir‘s spookiest locations!

◥▲◤ HALLOWE’EN at The Graveyard Dungeon – 2:30 PM ◥▲◤
AEON WOODFORD Reads I HAVE NO MOUTH & I MUST SCREAM
By Sci-Fi Master Harlan Ellison
NOTE: This story is grim and not for the faint of heart!

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream is a post-apocalyptic science fiction short story by American writer Harlan Ellison. It was first published in the March 1967 issue of IF: Worlds of Science Fiction. It won a Hugo Award in 1968. The name was also used for a short story collection of Ellison’s work, featuring this story. Ellison showed the first six pages of I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream to editor Frederik Pohl, who paid him in advance to finish it. Ellison finished writing the story in a single night of 1966 without making any changes from the first draft.

Come join us at The Graveyard Dungeon!

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