Posts Tagged ‘Books’
MysteryPeople Presents STEPHEN ROMANO and “MILES ARCENEAUX” at Bookpeople, Austin – October 1st, 2012
My good friend Stephen Romano is having a book signing for his latest work. The event is at Book People on South Lamar Blvd, Monday, October 1st at 7pm. Steve is the creator of several amazing works ranging from novels (The Riot Act, Black Light, and others), to TV & Movie Adaptations (Masters of Horror: Incident On And Off A Mountain Road and others), to comic books and digital art (Zombie, Shock Festival, Halloween Returns to Haddonfield, Masters of Horror: Incident On And Off A Mountain Road, and others) , to DVDs (StarCrash Special Edition and Shock Festival), as well as other artistic creations.
STEPHEN ROMANO is an acclaimed multi-media artist, whose unique jack-of-all-trades approach to the genres of horror, crime fiction, sci-fi and exploitation has produced innovative, award-winning work. He is an accomplished author, screenwriter and illustrator. His short stories, novels and comic books have garnered critical acclaim from some of the most respected authors and media sources in the world.He is the co-author of Blacklight, which is currently in pre-production as a feature film, under Oscar nominated producer Michael DeLuca, on which Stephen served as co-screenwriter. Resurrection Express is a new high octane thriller featuring Elroy Coffin. There is no code Coffin can’t break, nothing he can’t hack, no safe he can’t get into. But for the past two years, he’s been incarcerated in a maximum-security hellhole after a job gone bad, driven to near-madness by the revelation of his beloved wife’s murder. Now a powerful and mysterious visitor who calls herself a “concerned citizen” offers Elroy his freedom if he’ll do another job, and sweetens the deal with proof that his wife might still be alive. All Elroy has to do is hack into one of the most complicated and deadliest security grids in the world—clear and simple instructions for the best in the business. Or so he thinks….
You can find out more about Stephen at his website: www.StephenRomanoShockFestival.com
Also, a group of guys using MY NAME as there nom de plume will also be there showing off their new book.
MILES ARCENEAUX is the storytelling alter ego of Texas-based writers Brent Douglass, John T. Davis and James R. Dennis. Miles was born many years ago among a group of old friends vacationing on the Texas Gulf Coast. What began as a literary lark—a daisy-chain novel with chapters written by friends in turn—evolved into a dedicated project spearheaded by these three. In their latest, Thin Slice of Life, Charlie Sweetwater returns to his hometown to visit his brother but arrives to find he is a no-show: The Coast Guard has discovered Johnny’s shrimp boat drifting abandoned in the Gulf. Is it “death by misadventure” as the authorities presume, or something more sinister? Meanwhile, Fulton Harbor, where Charlie’s family have docked their shrimp boats for generations, has changed–and not for the better. Charlie finds himself falling for his brother’s girlfriend, whose zealous desire to see justice served tests his own limits for loyalty and commitment. Unlikely heroes arise from improbable circumstances, and the denizens of the small seaside community find their fortunes and fates ebbing and flowing like the tidal flux of the ocean itself.
So check it out!Book People 603 North Lamar Boulevard Austin, TX 78703
Cyberpunk Fortean William Gibson
“I’m Totally a Fortean!” (Audio)
“It’s always a pleasure to return to Austin, which in some weird way was definitely the epicenter of my literary career, such as it’s been.”
On Thursday, September 6th, I had the pleasure of finally seeing William Gibson in-the-flesh. Despite his being sick with a cold (he offered to infect any attendees with it who might’ve had such a Cronenbergian desire) Gibson read an interesting piece from his new book, Distrust That Particular Flavor, and regaled the audience with his observations on a few subjects including fashion.
It’s weird, really weird reading any of this stuff because I never read any of it before. I never read it to an audience. These were written for magazine publication. The weirdest of these, I think, the one that is most mysterious to me is an essay called Dead Man Sings that I wrote in 1998 for ASAP, which is a Forbes magazine giveaway or something. … they got in touch with me and said ‘we’d like you to write something’ and I said ‘what’ and they said ‘it doesn’t matter … [write] what you feel like.’ I’d never really gotten that before … so I really took it to heart and I sat down and sort of channeled this thing I’m about to read you and with no idea where it was coming from or really what it was about. I realized, when I was going through all these pieces, this is the one I’ve gone back to more in my writing and as sometimes happens, I think that this thing which I wrote without understanding – I wrote it in a weird kind of trance – because it didn’t matter and it had given me permission to say whatever I wanted to say, which I had never had before in non-fiction. … So this thing just came out, what I’m about to read to you, and its probably the one thing in this book that I discovered more in, over the years, since I wrote it, I suspect in some way its been the program for a lot of the fiction I’ve written since.
The essay Dead Man Sings (published as “Dead Man Speaks“ apparently) that Gibson read for us that evening is certainly evocative of much of what makes Gibson’s writings so telling and important. They grapple with the effects of technology on our culture and our experiencing of memory and history. It reminded me of a video I’d recently seen of him (filmed many years ago inside a moving car) in which he reflects on one of the details he mentioned in the essay, that is the invention of the sound recording and that period of time when there were still humans (backwoods Appalachian Americans in his example) who were being recorded for the first time and the fundamental difference (to his hears) of those recordings to everything since.
We live in, have lived through, a strange time. I know this because when I was a child the flow of forgetting was relatively unimpeded. I know this because the dead were less of a constant presence, then. Because there was once no rewind button. Because the soldiers dying in the Somme were black and white, and did not run as the living run. Because the world’s attic was still untidy. Because there were old men in the mountain valleys of my Virginia childhood who remembered a time before recorded music.
After the reading (and towards the end of his face-time with us and before beginning the autographing line) there was an opening for me to ask him a question that had been on my mind for a while… But before I asked the question I wanted to show my sincere feelings for the words he’d written a couple of years ago when he posted the following to his twitter feed:
“Very sad to learn of the death of @mactonnies. Whip-smart young Fortean surrealist dudes are too thin on the ground to begin with.”
As I began expressing my thanks the look on his face gave me the impression that he hadn’t understood what I was saying – perhaps it was just the idea of someone thanking him for a “tweet” (let alone one from three years ago) that struck him as odd. Once I’d shifted my comment to a question he gave a not surprising to me reply which I’m happy to add to the public record:
SMiles Lewis: I’d like to thank you for your 2009 tweet which consisted of kind words on the passing of Mac Tonnies. There’s things in your book Pattern Recognition and other books that make me ask this question: Are you now or have you ever been a Fortean?
William Gibson: Oh, I’m totally a Fortean! I’ve been a Fortean since I was… actually I’d have to find out. I’ve been a Fortean ever since Ace Books republished Charles Fort’s three great weird philosophical books about strange shit that he’d found in old old newspapers. And I continue to be … That’s Charles Fort for those of you who don’t know him. If you wanna have a really strange experience go find The Book of the Damned by Charles Fort which was published in the 1920s and has two sequels. It’s kind of the mother of all X-Files stuff.
It’s safe to say Noe Torres lives his life for books.
Torres, 55, has been the librarian at McAllen High School for the past several years, and he earned his degree in library science from the University of Texas at Austin.
In 2008, Torres began co-authoring and self-publishing books about unidentified flying objects in South Texas and Mexico. Now he has more than half a dozen books he’s penned or edited.
He met his writing partner Ruben Uriarte at a conference in Roswell, New Mexico, a hot spot for UFO investigators.
The two embarked on a quest to tell the story of “Mexico’s Roswell,” where a UFO reportedly crashed in 1974 in Chihuhua. The book and Torres were featured on the History Channel’s series “UFO Hunters” and “UFO Files.”
They followed up the first book with a story about a supposed UFO crash in 1955 in Del Rio, Texas, based on the testimony of an Air Force pilot who claims to have witnessed the incident.
“We kept hearing about another case similar to (“Mexico’s Roswell”) that had happened earlier, and that a retired Air Force colonel had been involved in it,” Torres said. “So we tracked him down and we found out he still lives today in Wichita Falls.”
Read the rest here:
This Thursday, Austinites (and visitors from out of town for SXSW-2012) have an opportunity to hear one of the most famous counter-culture writers from the alternative press discuss his latest book.
From Publishers Weekly:
Ritual America: Secret Brotherhoods and Their Influence on American Society: A Visual Guide
Adam Parfrey and Craig Heimbichner, foreword by Loren Coleman. Feral House (Consortium, dist.), $29.95 paper over board (380p) ISBN 978-1-936239-14-6
There have been hundreds of clandestine clubs in America, but as Coleman notes in the foreword, we “[do] not know much about the hidden landscape in which we live everyday.” In unmasking this “widespread covert reality”—a motley group of secret societies from Elks and Masons to the Ku Klux Klan, the Bohemian Club, and the Rosicrucians—Heimbichner, a contributor to Paranoia magazine, and Parfrey (editor of Apocalypse Culture) survey secret passwords, garments, handshakes, songs, and initiations to show how these offbeat orders and brotherhoods have shaped America. The pages are packed with unusual images, many not previously printed, in paper ephemera, postcards, cartoons, sheet music, and art by numerous illustrators, along with kooky costumes and helmets. Controversial figures such as Scientology’s L. Ron Hubbard and “Masonic Pope” Albert Pike are profiled. One bizarre section has ads for items (like axes) used in hazings and sadistic initiation pranks. The military is described as “a bastion of Masonic membership,” and a dubious connection is drawn between waterboarding and “fraternal traditions.” The total effect is that of a tattered, bulging scrapbook of outré oddities on high-quality slick paper with an attractive graphic design. (Mar.)
Reviewed on: 01/16/2012
Here are details about the event which is being hosted at the Domy Bookstore in Central East Austin:
Adam Parfrey, Jodi Wille,
Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian
A reading, presentation and discussion about secret societies,
cults, Father Yod, The Source Family and YaHoWa13,
The Law of Attraction, sex magic and much more…
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Domy Books – Austin
913 E Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702, FREE
6–7:30pm Jodi Wille, Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian
7:45–9pm Adam Parfrey
From the Feral House email blast: Prepare yourself, Austin!
Austin, TX, we love you. Yes we do. Filled up the Dobie Theater to its capacity back in ’91 or ’92, and spoke in a stadium mascot uniform. Chicken Little, specifically, since the lecture was about Apocalypse Culture. Frank Kozik did the poster: a Nazi minister with red Shriner clown nose.
Twenty years later, we’re back to speak about Ritual America in a multi-media extravaganza at DOMY Books, just after Process Media puts forward a discussion and slides from Isis Aquarian and Electricity Aquarian of your favorite cult-commune, The Source Family. Also speaking is Jodi Wille, editor of the Process Media book about The Source, and co-director of the amazing documentary about the family, which is credited as being based on the book. It’s receiving its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival. I wouldn’t miss it for the world!
Check it out: HERE!
Ps. In case you missed it this week, hear Adam speak about Ritual America at length for the first time in this Expanding Mind interview with hosts Erik Davis and Process Media author Maja D’Aoust, HERE.
There is something about the Wild Weird West that evokes a UFOlogical feel to me. Perhaps its just the similar folktale, friend-of-a-friend nature of some western tall tales.
I’ve still not seen Cowboys and Aliens. I’ve wanted to but just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I know, I know…
Anyway, here is an excerpt from a blurb in the Books section of Huffington Post (of all places) discussing a recent book (from Roswell Books) doing some chronicling of Wild West UFO History and comparing that to the media’s portrayal of the subject in the recent Cowboys and Aliens film:
Just like “Cowboys & Aliens” was not the first western movie ever made, UFO encounters did not begin with the alleged Roswell UFO crash in 1947.
In fact, there were hundreds of reported sightings of UFOs and extraterrestrials between 1840 and 1900, according to Noe Torres, a librarian in South Texas, and John LeMay, a historical archivist in Roswell, N.M.
The two have documented 14 of those sightings in a new book, “The Real Cowboys & Aliens: UFO Encounters of the Old West,” which Torres published via his own company, Roswell Books, which specializes in paranormal literature.
The book analyzes UFO reports that took place in America between 1840 and 1900, the period when “Cowboys & Aliens” is set, and contrary to what the characters played by Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig think of the creatures — they call them “demons” — LeMay said the idea that Earth could be visited by people from other planets wasn’t an alien concept.
The Mufon STAR TEAM lead field investigator I met recently (Fletcher Gray) suggested the body in the story looked alien and child like from burning up and shrinking into the fetal position and that it was likely the body of the pilot/inventor of whatever airship had crashed.
But just like with the other UFO flaps / eras, there seem to be far too many reports for it to be a lone mad scientist flying contraption inventor.
One good book on the Texas flap is The Great Texas Airship Mystery. Another interesting “alternate” take is this awesome art book: THE SECRETS OF DELLSCHAU – The Sonora Aero Club & the Airships of the 1800s, A True Story by Dennis Crenshaw in collaboration with P.G. Navarro.
The FringeWare store in Austin (and its print publication FringeWare Review) fixated on Aurora for a time, with dark fiction writer and former head of the Temple of Set Don Webb and the FringeWare folks cooperating to replace the stolen/missing gravestone for the poor abandoned alien:
- - FringeWare Benefit Honors UFO / Aurora Marker Project
- - Aurora’s Harbinger: A Fable for the Fin de Siecle by Jeff Gorvetzian
- - Cowboy Hats of the Gods: UFO Millenial Cults in Texas by Doc Hambone
- - Donn Webb’s (former Temple of Set High Priest) support of the Aurora Marker Project
More recently, UFO expert Jerry Clark has expounded upon his own investigations into the strange Texas tales of airship encounters. He reminded me about the Beaumont and Deadwood Texas Airship Sightings:
(Go to the 7 minute 25 second mark on the second video.)
“Finally, early in the evening of April 30, in Deadwood, Texas, a farmer named H. C. Lagrone heard his horses bucking as if in stampede. Going outside, he saw a bright white light circling around the fields nearby and illuminating the entire area before descending and landing in one of the fields.
“Walking to the landing spot, Lagrone found a crew of five men, three of whom talked to him while the others collected water in rubber bags. The man informed Lagrone that their ship was ONE OF FIVE that had been flying around the country recently, that theirs was in fact the SAME ONE that had landed in Beaumont a few days before, that all the ships had been constructed in an interior town in Illinois -which borders Iowa -and that they were reluctant to say anything else because they had NOT YET TAKEN OUT ANY PATENTS. By May of that same year, the sightings ended….”
Finally … some interesting articles from the archives dug up at UFO Chronicles:
Diary Describes UFO Seen in 1808
A STRANGE STORY-REMARKABLE DISCOVERY
By Missouri Democrat
I first met “Romano” while in my senior year attending Stephen F. Austin high-school. We were both dishwasher / prep-cooks at Magnolia Cafe on South Lamar. I quickly discovered he is one of the most driven writers I’ve ever met. I’ve watched him spend hour upon hour, day upon day, for months and years, writing by hand and typing into computers the myriad fantastic adventures filling his imaginative mind.
Our friendship lead us to work together on a variety of audio, video and print projects, as well as the odd event now and then. Steve has come a long way since my first meeting with that already accomplished writer, director and storyboard artist. He’s befriended and worked with
Stephen has a vast and rapidly growing body of work ranging from “Comic Book Soundtracks” to published (and unpublished) books, comics, teleplays, graphic novels, soundtracks, faux vintage retro movie poster art, and even package designs for movie related memorabilia. He has also created and hosted some of the funnest and exciting events I’ve ever attended. Check out the growing list (at the bottom of this post) of amazing projects and events that Stephen Romano has produced over the years.
Here’s is Stephen’s good friend Don Coscarelli (producer of such films as Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep) raving about Black Light …
A Spotlight on Black Light from Don Coscarelli
Black Light is a fantastic book…freaky too. The basic concept is that “sensitive” Buck Carlsbad, using his ability to manipulate a spectral vision called “Black Light,” can see ghosts everywhere. Born with an innate talent to capture and subdue spectres, called “The Pull”, Buck uses this skill to stalk and run down the spiritual remains of the most vile humans on earth. But it gets better. Once he finds these malevolent spirits still haunting this mortal coil, Buck pulls them, right down his throat, into his guts and digests them. But it keeps getting better! Then Buck regurgitates the remnants of this spiritual muck into a silver urn and buries it six feet under. These evil Caspers are laid to rest permanently after Buck nails them with the Black Light treatment.
The authors have created a high-energy, fast-paced story that moves from the dark underbelly of Austin through glitzy Hollywood on a white knuckle express straight through hell, by way of Vegas. Some fantastic characters follow the action including Darby, a man Buck has previously killed. Darby is what’s called a “Walker,” a half-living ghost who is always hovering near Buck with pithy advice usually just when he most desperately needs it. Buck also hooks up with Bethany Sin an idolized vision of what Britney Spears might have been. The authors herein posit a fascinating concept which is, what if the genuine entertainment superstars a la Bono and Elvis, were born with the psychic ability to connect with their audiences. In Black Light this power is called “The Gift” and when Buck meets Bethany a potent mix of passion and hallucinatory telepathic lovemaking ensues.
Don Coscarelli is an American film director, producer and screenwriter best known for horror films. His credits include the Phantasm series, The Beastmaster, and Bubba Ho-Tep.
Read the entire review here at Mulholland Books: A Spotlight on Black Light from Don Coscarelli | Mulholland Books.
But first be sure to read about Stephen’s dedication of the new book …
Stephen Romano Dedicates Black Light
to Warrant’s Jani Lane
There’s bad magic and good magic.
Good magic is when you finally manage to quit smoking and something cool happens to you the same week–like winning twenty bucks on a lottery ticket. Bad magic is when someone quotes your latest poem in a movie about clumsy people, then you fall into an open sewer and die. Someone, somewhere, said comedy was a little like that. I think it might have been Mel Brooks. Life is like that, too. Cool and cruel. Strange and simple. Full of lessons that hammer home important truths and oozing with evil shit that just doesn’t make any sense at all. And sometimes it gets even stranger.
Case in Point:
Earlier this year, I wrote a book called BLACK LIGHT in collaboration with a couple of swell guys named Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan. It’s about a supernatural private eye named Buck Carlsbad who vomits up ghosts. (Trust me, it’s cool.) When “the boys” and I were first brainstorming Buck’s adventures, the impetus was always on making things as interesting and original as possible, within the framework of a traditional thriller/ghost story. Old chestnuts jazzed up with a few new bells and whistles. I’m a big fan of eighties glam metal. Patrick used to live down the street from Don Dokken. They say write what you know, yes? It seemed like a natural idea to make our hero a relic of the headbanger decade, an ancient walkman filled with killer tunes attached to his waist and his head lodged firmly in the past. It seemed even cooler to give Buck a poltergeist sidekick who would give him constant shit about his “lousy taste” in music. We decided in our further infinite wisdom that Buck’s constant plight would be summed up in a particularly popular tune from the era, entitled “Down Boys.”
It was the luck of the draw, really. I’d been on a bit of a Warrant kick during the writing of BLACK LIGHT, though none of us had much cared for the band back in the actual day. They were the ’second wave’ of mega-hyped, overproduced MTV hairspray rockers who floated in on the heels of groundbreakers like AC/DC, Judas Priest, Motley Crue and Van Halen, and not many people in the “hardcore” crowd took them very seriously. Even I have deeper obsessions, and Patrick and Marcus tend to have more “serious” music on their minds most of the time.
Read the rest here:
An Incomplete List of the Works of Stephen Romano:
- MAXXIUM SOUND (Audio book/Comicbook Soundtrack),
- SHADOWHAWK: THE SECRET REVEALED (Audio Book/Comicbook Soundtrack),
- INVASION OF THE MUTANOIDS (Novel),
- BATTLEJACK AND LAZERPUNK (Graphic novel. Unpublished.),
- TO LUCIO FULCI: A SYMPHONY OF FEAR (Tribute album),
- CANNIBAL FEROX/ZOMBIE (Soundtrack/tribute album),
- THE BEYOND (Graphic novel/soundtrack),
- LUCIO FULCI MEMORIAL FILM FESTIVAL (1999-2001),
- PHANTASM-ANIA (Film festival),
- PHANTASM: OVERMINDS (Comic series),
- PHANTASM (Novelization, editor),
- HALLOWEEN RETURNS TO HADDONFIELD (Comic/magazine/tribute album),
- PHANTASM (Remake, screenplay, un-produced),
- PHANTASM FOREVER (Screenplay, un-produced),
- ESCAPE FROM FREAK MANSION (Screenplay, unproduced),
- MASTERS OF HORROR: INCIDENT ON AND OFF A MOUNTAIN ROAD (Teleplay),
- THE RIOT ACT (Short story collection),
- BUBBA NOSFERATAU: CURSE OF THE SHE-VAMPIRES (Screenplay),
- SHOCK FESTIVAL (Illustrated novel),
- REMEMBER THE ALAMO (Documentary, producer/director),
- BLACK DEVIL DOLL (Novelization),
- SHOCK FESTIVAL: THE DVD (Companion 3-disc set),
- STARCRASH (DVD release, co-producer, commentator) … and much more to come.
Over the years I’ve come across several references to Texas based parapsychology organizations. One of those that has intrigued me is the CTPA founded by psychic Joe Nicols. I don’t know too much about the organization but here is some info on Mr. Nicols:
Joe Nicols has studied palmistry and psychic development since 1966. He has a been a full-time professional psychic since 1987.
He founded the Central Texas Parapsychology Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering understanding of psychic phenomena. He was selected as “Best Psychic in Austin” by the Austin Chronicle’s Reader’s Poll, has appeared on radio and television, and has conducted seminars and workshops in numerous cities throughout the United States and overseas, including Hong Kong and India. He was featured on the University of Texas at Austin’s Informal Classes web page for November, 2003.
Joe does personal consultations in which he answers questions concerning career, love life, finances, health, geographic moves, travel, psychic abilities and making life decisions, and he has done telephone readings for private sessions and over the radio. He teaches workshops and seminars which include, ” Psychic Development”, ” Psychic Healing”, “Palmistry”, “Dream and Symbol Interpretations”, “Discovering Past Lives”, “Reading the Regular Deck of Playing Cards”, “Manifesting a Better Love Life”, “Manifesting a More Fulfilling Career”, and “Manifesting Financial Abundance”, He has also trained a number of individuals who are now working as professional psychics.
Joe has produced the guided visualization cassette tape and CD, Psychic Development:Connecting With Your Spirit Guides, to assist people in learning to increase their own abilities to receive psychic help. In addition, he has published the book, How to Make a Good Living As A Professional Psychic, which is a practical manual on how to build a metaphysical hobby into a part-time or full-time business.
Joe brings a varied personal background to his work, including having been an Army officer and having lived and worked in Australia. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas as Austin, and has six years of clinical experience and working in hospital and rehabilitation settings. Joe is also an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church.
Nicol’s Consultations, 2304 Hancock Drive, Suite 8, Austin, Texas 78756 / (512) 323-5183
Visit Joe at JOENICOLS.COM
Nick Redfern to Speak:
Sunday, October 17, 2010 at the Mustang Recreation Center, Irving Texas.
The lecture is being organized by Ken Cherry – of the group
E.P.I.C. – Extraordinary Phenomena Investigations Council.
Announcement from Ken Cherry:
Date: October 17, 2010
Meeting Time: 2:00 PM
When to Arrive: 1:45 Sign-in begins
Where: Mustang Park Recreation Center (Irving, Texas)
Meeting Dues: $8.00 (Includes free one-year membership) See details below *
Members & Guests: Nick Redfern will discuss his new book, FINAL EVENTS, which deals with the demonic aspect of UFO’s/ET’s. As many of us believe, there must be life throughout the universe…. by earthly standards, there must be “Good Aliens & Bad Aliens.” (Another reason for the government not to make full disclosure?). This should be a fascinating discussion and Q & A.
There will be a limited number of autographed books available for $16.00 each. If, for some reason, you are unable to attend but would like an autographed book, please e-mail me to find out how to reserve a copy.
* For this meeting only, we are including a free one-year membership to EPIC (Extraordinary Phenomena Investigations Council) regularly $10.00. Membership will entitle you to discounts on future EPIC activities, so be sure to bring a friend. My son, Kevin, designed the membership card and it is a work of art that you will not mind having in your wallet.
We hope that within the next few weeks to have EPICVOYAGERS.COM up and running so that you can find meeting notices and the Blog written by Ken, Lynn Chilson and other contributors. We are also working on some other exciting developments hopefully to announce at our meeting with Nick.
We are honored that Nick Redfern has chosen our group to make his first presentation of his controversial new book, FINAL EVENTS. We look forward to an EPIC turnout.
See you there at the Irving Mustang Park Recreation Center October 17th at 2 PM.
Our November speaker will be Jim Marrs and THE TRILLION DOLLAR CONSPIRACY. We will add streaming video in the near future.
Mustang Park Recreation Center 2223 Kinwest Pkwy
Irving, TX 75063
Traveling East on 635 (away from DFW): Exit Beltline turn South (Right), Next light (1 block) turn left on Regents, Proceed down Regents to Kenwest Parkway (4 way stop), Mustang Park Rec. Ctr. is on the left, Irving Bible Church on the right.
Traveling West on 635 (toward DFW): Exit Beltline, turn left over 635 and follow the directions above.
Traveling South on MacArthur from 635: Turn right on Kinwest (Just past the strip center with Kroger), Down Kinwest to intersection of Kinwest and Regents, Mustang Park Rec. Ctr. on the right corner.
Traveling North on MacArthur: After crossing 161 (Geo. Bush toll way) turn left on Kenwest. (Bank of America and Rock Fish Restaurant on the right, strip center with Kroger on the left), Down Kenwest to intersection of Kenwest and Regents, Mustang Park Rec. Ctr. on the right corner.