September 2020

Meaningless Cycles in a Vicious Glass Prison: Songs of Death and Love Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of Meaningless Cycles in a Vicious Glass Prison: Songs of Death and Love by Anton Cancre. It is our first collection of dark poetry. The e-book is currently available on Amazon and Barnes & Nobel. The paperback is available on Amazon.

Big News Coming Soon

We have exciting news (which we had hope to have ready by the beginning of the month, but the technology isn’t playing nice right now). Keep your eyes glued here for the details.

Thank You Festival of Oddities!

Dragon’s Roost Press would like to thank everyone involved with last weekend’s A Festival of Oddities. Special appreciation for Jenn Carpenter and Scream Queen Productions for setting up the show and for all of the extra work involved in making the show safe during these difficult times. Thank you to all of the volunteers who went above and beyond to make sure that everything was working well and that all of our needs were met -- with a big thank you to the people who helped pick everything up when the wind knocked down a significant portion of our display. Thanks to the Courthouse Square Museum for sharing the amazing location with us. Thank you to all of the vendors who came out with their masks, wipes, and hand sanitizer along with all of their incredible spooky merchandise. And big thank you to everyone who came out masked and socially distant to shop all of the creepy vendors and who supplemented their To Be Read piles with our material.

We’re already looking forward to coming back next year.

There’s another thank you that you might want to check out

Two Appearances This Weekend

This weekend (5 - 6 September) will be a busy one for us at the Dragon’s Roost Press. We will be appearing in Charlotte, MI at the Festival of Oddities, one of our few appearances this year. In addition, Michael Cieslak has recorded a reading for The Virtual Fall of April Ghoul’s Day. His reading and those of the many other talented horror writers, will be available Saturday and Sunday only.