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Curtis M. Lawson is a writer of unapologetically weird, dark fiction and comics. His work includes the Amazon best selling novel, It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, The Devoured, and Mastema. In 2014 Curtis’ horror comic, The Wrong House, was optioned for film.
Curtis is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association, and the organizer of the Wyrd live horror reading series. He lives in Salem, MA with his wife and their son. When he is not writing, Curtis enjoys tabletop RPGs, underground music, playing guitar, and the ocean.

Press Release:
It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World Goes Audio!
Curtis M. Lawson’s Amazon best seller, It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World is now available in audio. Veteran actor, puppeteer, and Audible approved narrator, Fred Wolinsky provides narration and breaths life into the story’s many strange and sinister characters.
“…the characters were what made this book especially fun for me to narrate. Each one was evil, corrupt, and despicable, yet they all had some redeeming quality,” Wolinsky says.
It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World is available through Audible and Amazon.

 Press Release:
Marvel artist’s debut indie comic hits shops!
Mastema, the dark fantasy graphic novel by Amazon best-selling author, and Spider-Man artist, Nico Leon finally arrives in comic shops.  Mastema, published by Arcana Studios, was the first professional comic drawn by Nico  Leon, who is being hailed as one of the rising stars at Marvel. Up until now Arcana Studios had only released the graphic novel in a digital format. Today it can be found in stores alongside Leon’s higher profile work.
Mastema is available through your local comic shop or through Comixology.

Product Specs:


TITLE: It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World
AUTHOR: Curtis M. Lawson
PUBLISHER: Black Pyramid Books
RETAIL PRICE: $9.99 paperback, $2.99 ebook, $19.99 Audiobook
PAGES: 158


TITLE: Mastema
AUTHOR: Curtis M. Lawson
ARTISTS: Nico Leon, Alex Chong, Angel Aviles
PUBLISHER: Arcana Studios
DATE OF PUBLICATION: January 7, 2015
RETAIL PRICE: $14.95 trade paperback, $5.99 ebook,
ISBN: 978-1-77135-2192

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