There were some great  readings in Oaji

I MCed at “Behind the Mic.” on Saturday, accomanied by the wonderful Stacy Clack of Inkubate…where publishers and agents can find new talent!

Then I stayed with the fabulous artist, painter, potter, Jeweler  and most important amazing cook:) Sooz Glazebrook (check out her stuff

On Monday at 1 I will be on..Indies In Motion live at 1pm PST on Channel 1 of

shows saved on Indies in Motion bio page
and June 10th at the Brentwood Library with Connie Martinson
I will be talking about and reading from my 2 books:

Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife
Real Conversations with Imaginary friends
Saturday 24th   Literary Stand-Up: Snarky, Fresh and Sizzling Shorts | LA-based writer E.E. King “whose glittering gems of fiction pack a lot into a small space. Her work combines the O. Henry twist with the poetry and mystery of Ray Bradbury. Due to her theatrical training, hearing Ms. King read, greatly enhances the experience.” (Full list of performers will be posted online soon)

 Sunday Night 25th    GET LIT     A Night of Glittering Gems of Fiction: “Real Conversations With Imaginary Friends” with LA author E.E. King | 7 p.m. | The Village Jester, 139 A collection of funny, odd short tales that Ray Bradbury calls “marvelously inventive, wildly funny and deeply thought provoking. I can not recommend them highly enough.”  

     At Ojai Library   Monday March 26

“Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife” read by its author E.E. King

Dirk Quigby is just your average ad man that happens to be working for the Prince of Darkness. Lucifer is tired of the overcrowding and wants a better pitch for heaven to relieve his work load. Dirk sets out to write a Zagat style guide to the afterlife “Impish and delightful – a hilarious Zagat’s guide to heaven.” —Ray Bradbury

Fantastical, profound, hilarious and rollicking good ride through the heavens and hells of the Afterlife! A wonderful book.”

—Margaret Cho

The New York Journal of Books.

“This is the most delightful book this reviewer has read in a while…. The Guide to the Afterlife is a mixture of fact and fiction, faith and mysticism at its best.”

The Midwest Review of Books

“Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife” is excellently composed and a read that is fun and very hard to set down.


A mock ZAGAT Guide to the Lord’s domain, Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife is a sly and satirical glimpse into what would happen if a Madison Avenue mad man gave heaven a PR makeover. As King demonstrates, the devil also the best jokes

OJAI WORDFEST  and Monday last but not least!

The Living Poet’s Society

“WHAT IS POETRY?” Showcase: 12 Poets explore the ancient art of the living word.

Both my books, as well as a short version of Dirk Snigby’s Guide to the Afterlife and part one of a series for children; The Adventures of Emily Finfeather or The Feathernail and Other Gifts are available on, narrated and produced by Simon Prebble.

Full length audio version of Dirk in production NOW! By the talented Derek  Perkins

Elizabeth Eve King (E.e.King)
Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife
Real Conversations with Imaginary Friends
 E.E. King

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About E.E. King

Writing/Painting/Pilates/Scuba/Travel and animals...anything that won't pay the bills. I'm an unintentional nonprofit I've worked with children in Bosnia, crocodiles in Mexico, frogs in Puerto Rico, egrets in Bali, mushrooms in Montana, archaeologists in Spain and planted butterfly gardens in South Central Los Angeles. The butterflies wish I had chosen a different location. Check out my website and read a story, or better yet buy a book, painting or audio. UnfortunatelY, All of the profits go toward animal rescue.
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