Such a lovely full moon …

After another couple of days of complete downpours, the skies finally cleared and this evening we had one the best rising full moons I have seen in years.  Such a wonderful evening after so much rain.

Don’t forget MidSouthCon ( next weekend (March  9-11) at the Hilton off Poplar and I-240.  Come out and join the madness.  If you have never been to a fandom convention before, this is a great place to come out and find out what it is all about.  If nothing else make to “Dark and Stormy Night”  on Sunday afternoon, I promise it is worth it.

I had a wonderful time with a couple of friends from Grace Healthcare chatting about medical science and levels of care.  Listen in:

Don’t forget the new Dark Oak Press and Media YouTube channel.  We are adding content as fast we can get out there and shoot it.




Join Me In NOLA This Weekend

nolapic*Welcome to the New Orleans Genre Writers Conference, a conference specifically designed for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror writers.  Come join us for 3 exciting days of learning and networking with writers, publishers and editors from within the genre!  For generations, the city of New Orleans has inspired some of the greatest fiction on the planet. Gain new inspiration for your fiction walking the streets that inspired some of the literary world’s greatest characters, settings, and monsters!

I will be there with amazing people like  Kalila Smith, Trisha Baker, Rob Cerio, Jen Mulvihill, Kimberly Richardson, H David Blalock — Writer, and many more!

Video: Allan Gilbreath & Other Authors Present “Retro Radio”

Allan Gilbreath joined with  Dark Oak authors, the Expedition Unknown team, and a few others crazy people as they perform a hilarious cold read of an early radio drama at one of the Alabama Phoenix Festival‘s evening panels. Each person was given a script they had never seen before and assigned a part. The script was from a 1950’s radio show called Zero Hour, and it was modeled after some of Ray Bradbury’s short stories.

Retro Radio: 2014

Recorded in front of a live audience at the Alabama Phoenix Festival 2014