Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor signing Welcome to Night Vale

  • [Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor signing Welcome to Night Vale]
  • [Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor signing Welcome to Night Vale]
  • [Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor signing Welcome to Night Vale]

JOSEPH FINK and JEFFREY CRANOR will be signing WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE, MOSTLY VOID, PARTIALLY STARS and THE GREAT GLOWING COILS OF THE UNIVERSE at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Saturday 22nd October from 1 – 2pm.

Night Vale is a small desert town where all the conspiracy theories you’ve ever heard are actually true. It is here that the lives of two women, with two mysteries, will converge. Nineteen-year-old Night Vale pawn shop owner Jackie Fierro is given a paper marked ‘KING CITY’ by a mysterious man in a tan jacket. She can’t seem to get the paper to leave her hand, and no one who meets this man can remember anything about him. Jackie is determined to uncover the mystery of King City before she herself unravels. Diane Crayton’s son, Josh, is moody and also a shape shifter. And lately Diane’s started to see her son’s father everywhere she goes, looking the same as the day he left years earlier. Josh, looking different every time Diane sees him, shows a stronger and stronger interest in his estranged father, leading to a disaster Diane can see coming, even as she is helpless to prevent it. Diane’s search to reconnect with her son and Jackie’s search for her former routine life collide as they find themselves coming back to two words: ‘KING CITY’. It is King City that holds the key to both of their mysteries, and their futures …if they can ever find it.

Joseph Fink co-founded Commonplace Books and created Welcome to Night Vale. He is a writer and an editor, putting together several publications such as What It Means To Be A Grown-Up and The Untold Stories Of H.P. Lovecraft, and has also contributed articles to Something Awful.

Jeffrey Cranor is co-writer of Welcome to Night Vale. He writes and directs for stage, collaborating with choreographer (and wife) Jillian Sweeney. He is involved in several theatres in NYC, including Vulture-Wally at Incubator Arts Project, This Could Be It at The Chocolate Factory, and the on-going show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind by the New York Neo-Futurists.

Event Locations & Times

London Megastore
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