Actually, two days ago, but it’s been a busy weekend.
Buy the by.
Buy it here for $4.95. Download a PDF here for free. And because you can get mine for free, you have some money left to buy Mel Bosworth‘s Grease Stains, Kismet and Maternal Wisdom, Chris Dwyer‘s When October Falls, Angela Alsaleem‘s Sanitarium, and the 160-page conversation with Stephen Graham Jones.
Pretty awesome, yeah?
Here’s some other awesome stuff people have said about Old Ghosts:
“Who you are is who you’ve been, for better or for worse. There’s old ghosts everywhere, but, now, as far as I’m concerned, there’s only one Old Ghosts, and it’s Nik Korpon’s.” -Stephen Graham Jones
“Nik Korpon brings us back to a Baltimore we haven’t seen since The Wire and answers the question of what might’ve been if The Grifters’ Roy Dillon had tried to settle down, go straight and have a kid. A story of brothers and sisters or lovers, Old Ghosts reads like a horror story down one man’s memory lane. Not to be missed!” -Seth Harwood
“Nik Korpon’s Old Ghosts is about old friends and older dreams getting in the way of your present, and then totally kicking the shit out of your future. Plus rebar. If there’s such a thing as neo-noir, this is it. Moody, smart, sexy, and tension-filled, Old Ghosts is a whip crack of a crime novella.” – Paul Tremblay
This is all possible because Brown Paper Publishing loves you. You especially. But unfortunately, they’re only able to give you excellent books for the next year. Indie publishing is a hard business, and Pablo D’Stair is the James Brown of Indie Pub. If you can, please support him in the last year.