Posts tagged: alex granados

Tonight! "Winter Tales" in Hillsborough!

Posted on 2012-12-13 at 16:31 by montsamu

This evening (Thursday, Dec 13) at 6 pm the Orange County Main Library in downtown Hillsborough will host the storytelling event of the winter season, "Winter Tales" [Facebook], featuring original stories, poetry, and songs composed for the event by five local authors. (Along with cookies and hot cider!)

"Join authors Mur Lafferty, Alex Granados, Gray Rinehart, Becca Gomez Farrell and James Maxey for an celebration of the holiday season with original stories, poetry, and song."


Posted in events | Tagged alex granados, becca gomez farrell, gray rinehart, james maxey, mur lafferty, winter tales

Friday Quick Updates: Nov 9th

Posted on 2012-11-09 at 21:40 by montsamu

First, this is something I've been meaning to talk more at length about all week: Raleigh journalist Zack Smith's first published comic "The Stars Below" just hit digital shelves, with art by Portland artist Rich Ellis:

Zack first showed this to me over a year ago, and right away I was blown away by this powerful and actually moving story, told without words from a pigeon's perspective in New York. I'm very glad it is out for a wider audience. It's just a buck from Comixology, and of the list of

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged alex granados, jay posey, zack smith

The Hardest Part: Alex Granados on Cemetery Plot

Posted on 2012-10-31 at 18:15 by montsamu

Out just in time for Halloween, Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing has published Cemetery Plot, the debut novel by local writer, North Raleigh News columnist, and WUNC "The State of Things" director Alex Granados. I first met Alex through a pre-interview phone call, and before long he had joined the Bull Spec team as an associate fiction editor, helping me decide on stories, offer some story edits here and there, and contributing an article here and there as well. I've been very excited to start

Posted in The Hardest Part | Tagged alex granados, cemetery plot