Two Guests - Two Events-Two Nights in September.  
•First up we have a movie screening of Found In Time with
writer/director Arthur Vincie on Friday, 9/12/14 - 7p
•Followed by author Hunter Shea - Friday, 9/19/14 - 7p
Please join us for both of our special and very different guests!

A look at our bonus September guest Arthur Vincie:  Writer/Director Arthur Vincie will screen "Found In
Time", an independent film about physics, time, murder and the human condition.

Found In Time is a multiple award-winning film:
-Best Feature Film
-Art of Brooklyn Film FestivalBest Sci-Fi Feature
-ShriekfestBest Sci-Fi Feature
-ShockerfestBest Sci-Fi/Fantasy
-Phoenix ComiconBest Sci-Fi & Audience SF Award
-Intendence Film Festival

Following the screening, Mr. Vincie will have a Q & A.  Join us for this special event.
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A look at our September guest Hunter Shea:  
Hunter Shea is the author of the pulse-pounding new thriller, The Montauk Monster, named as one
of the Best Reads of Summer by Publishers Weekly.

His horror novels to date are : The Waiting, Sinister Entity, Swamp Monster Massacre, Evil
Eternal and Forest of Shadows. His obsession with all things horrific has led him to real life
exploration of the paranormal, interviews with exorcists and other things that would keep most
people awake with the lights on. Hunter is also the proud and slightly demented co-host of the
Monster Men video podcast. A native New Yorker all his life, he waits with Biblical patience for the
Mets to win a World Series. You can read about his latest travails, preview and purchase his books,
watch Monster Men episodes and communicate with him without the need for a Ouija board at
www.huntershea.com.

Where:  Well Read Bookstore, 425 Lafayette Avenue, Hawthorne, NJ 07506
When:  Friday, September 19, 2014
Time:  7pm
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What lurks beneath us? We take a look at sewers and other underground
dwellings (catacombs, caves, etc). Home to all sorts of scary and mysterious
creatures in books, movies and more.
  • That's Science Fiction! -  Kolchak the Night Stalker Spanish Moss
    Murders & The Sentry,Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 7pm, Hillsdale
    Library, Hillsdale, NJ
  • Face the Fiction - 2 Nights/2 guests!!  Writer/Director Arthur Vincie,
    Friday, September 12, 2014, 7p, Well Read Bookstore, Hawthorne, NJ
    *AND* author Hunter Shea, Friday, September 19, 2014, Well Read
    Bookstore, 7p
  • Suspense Central - Tunnels by Roderick Gordon , Monday, September 8,
    2014, 8pm, Whole Foods Food Court, 300 Bergen Town Center,
    Paramus, NJ
  • Drawing A Crowd -   What Lurks Beneath, Wednesday, September 10,
    2014, 7pm, Hawthorne Library, Hawthorne, NJ
  • Films to Come - Movie/TV discussion, Wednesday, September 17,
    2014, 7pm, Mahwah Library, Mahwah, NJ
  • Modern Masters -The City by Stella Gemmell, Friday, September 26,
    2014, 8:00pm, Panera, Ramsey, NJ *optional pre-meeting dinner from 7-8pm
  • Heroes & Rogues - Chronicles of the Shattered Empires, Saturday,
    September 27, 2014, 2:30pm, Gamer's Gambit, Saddle Brook, NJ
  • Themes of the Fantastic -  What Lurks Beneath, Tuesday, September
    23, 2014, 8pm, Wayne Library, Wayne, NJ

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SFSNNJ Themes for 2014

January - Death of A Franchise

February - It Came From Hollywood

March - Sophomore Blues?

April - Blood:  Living or Otherwise

May - Shhhh, Who's That Calling My Name?

June - Angel Baby

July - Jurassic Attack!

August - Ciao Italia!

September - What Lurks Beneath

October - When You Have Eliminated the
Impossible...

November - London Calling

December - Uplifting Holiday Treats
SFSNNJ 2014 Face the Fiction Guests & Events

Each month Face the Fiction spotlights a guest
or hosts a special event like Mahwah Bar & Grill
New Year Dinner Meet & Greet and King of
Games Day.  We like to keep thing interesting,
fresh, new and entertaining.

Here is a look at some upcoming Face the Fiction
events, with more to follow soon (waiting on a
few month selections from contacted guests):

January 11, 2014 - Mahwah Bar & Grill New Year
Dinner
6:30pm

February 8, 2014 - King of Games/Movie
Screening
William B Mawhinney Memorial Ambulance Corp.
970 Goffle Road, Hawthorne, NJ
4:00pm - Games
7:30pm - Movie Screening

March 8, 2014 - Panel with Francisco Branco &  
Joshua Palmatier
Well Read Bookstore, Hawthorne, NJ
8pm

April 12, 2014 - author Gary Bloom
Well Read Bookstore

May 10, 2014 - Face the Fiction/Medium Screen
Classics
Hillsdale Library

June 13, 2014 - Campfire Tales
Well Read Bookstore, Hawthorne, NJ

July 12, 2014 - Special Activity Dinner
Mahwah Bar & Grill, Mahwah, NJ

August  9, 2014 - King of Games Day VI
William B Mawhinney Memorial Ambulance Corp.  
Hawthorne, NJ


September 12, 2014 - Arthur Vincie
September 19, 2014 - Hunter Shea

October 2
8, 2014 - Robert Schneck
Well Read Bookstore, Hawthorne, NJ

November 14, 2014 - London Calling Readings
Well read Bookstore, Hawthorne, NJ

December 13, 2014 - Holiday Dinner/Guest Panel

with Paul Castiglia

Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, Ramsey
SFSNNJ Themes for 2015

January - NY State of Mind

February - The Gunpowder Plot

March
- Devil Inside

April - They're Baaaack!  The 80's

May - It Came From the Dirt!

June - Revenge

July - Famous People and Their Children

August - Body Counts

September - Superheroes

October - Nightmare Under My Bed

November - Super Science/Mad Scientists

December - Holidays
SFSNNJ Themes for 2016

January
- Failure to Launch:  Romantic Misfires