DogCon 2 Special Guest D. Harlan Wilson

D. Harlan WilsonSince he’s the author who has the most titles with RDSP we’re excited to have D. Harlan Wilson joining us for DogCon 2. He always gives an entertaining reading so we’re looking forward to see what he’ll do at Kafe Kerouac this Friday and at The Bexley Public Library on Saturday. David will also be doing a workshop titled: Desire, Morality and Arena Rock in the Publishing Industry which sounds awesome, right? He’s happy to field questions so bring your curiosity.

D. Harlan Wilson is an award-winning, critically acclaimed novelist, short story writer, editor, literary theorist, and Professor of English at Wright State University-Lake Campus. In addition to over ten works of fiction and nonfiction, hundreds of his stories and essays have appeared in magazines,


journals and anthologies throughout the world in multiple languages. Wilson is reviews editor for the academic science fiction journal Extrapolation. He is also managing editor of Guide Dog Books, the nonfiction syndicate of Raw Dog Screaming Press.

About The Kyoto Man

In the wake of the Stick Figure War, civilization lapsed into obscurity. Fallout ravaged the fabric of space and time. History digested reality and reality exhumed the future as survivors tried and failed to create a new beginning … Amid the chaos, one man experiences a terminal affliction, a revolution of the self: the chronic transformation into the city of Kyoto, Japan. Each transformation further plunges the world into darkness, but he’s helpless against the lethal clockwork of his body, his psyche, his mindscreens—and nothing, not even Fate itself, can stop him from becoming God … In the third and final installment of the Scikungfi trilogy after Dr. Identity and Codename Prague, acclaimed author D. Harlan Wilson composes a narrative grindhouse that combines elements of science fiction and horror with pop culture and literary theory. Erudite, ultraviolent, and riotously satirical, The Kyoto Man reminds us how, at every turn, reality is shaped by the forces that destroy it.

Visit the site for the book: The Kyoto Man

Come meet David at DogCon 2! Information about lodging and the FREE events is at