Guest William Grabowski joins us to talk about his book BLACK LIGHT: Perspectives on Mysterious Phenomena and much more.
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WILLIAM GRABOWSKI is the author of nine books: 10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey (with NYC Underground Film Festival Award-winner Jason Rosette); Infinity Point; media tie-in Castro's Cadillac (optioned for film in 2016 by CuffLink Productions); The Black Edge series; Traces of Oblivion; Amazon #1 Bestseller Black Light: Perspectives on Mysterious Phenomena; Johnny Flash; The Untold; Flowers on the Moon and over 500 short stories, articles, essays, interviews and reviews.
Five years as contributing editor with World Fantasy Award-winning The Horror Show magazine earned him a nomination from SPWAO as Best Nonfiction Writer. Recent articles have appeared in online editions of Forbes, Philadelphia Business Journal, Joseph Mackin's (original internet editor for The Paris Review) 2 Paragraphs-dot-com; in print magazines Fortean Times, Cemetery Dance, NPR-associated Wireless and elsewhere.
Grabowski has been quoted by NBC2 News, is a contributing editor covering social science with New York City’s iconic Library Journal magazine, and a staff editor for Sinister Grin Press.