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Joseph Fink is the creator of the Welcome to Night Vale and Alice Isn't Dead podcasts, and the author of the New York Times bestselling novels Welcome to Night Vale, It Devours!, and The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home (all written with Jeffrey Cranor) and Alice Isn’t Dead. He is also the author of the children’s novel, The Halloween Moon. He and his wife, Meg Bashwiner have written the memoir, The First Ten Years. They live together in the Hudson River Valley.
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The Halloween Moon
Joseph Fink - 2021-07-27
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In "The Halloween Moon" by Joseph Fink, Esther Gold is determined to go trick-or-treating one last year, despite her parents saying she's too old. However, things feel off when strange children roam the streets in creepy costumes and the moon is an unnatural shade. With her unlikely crew, Esther must uncover the mysterious presence that has taken over her town and lift the curse before Halloween is lost forever. It's a wickedly fun middle-grade novel perfect for Halloween-lovers.
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The First Ten Years
Two Sides of the Same Love Story
Joseph Fink, Meg Bashwiner - 2021-05-11
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A captivating joint memoir chronicling the first ten years of a relationship by Joseph Fink and Meg Bashwiner, cocreator and writer of Welcome to Night Vale. The book shares the funny, heartbreaking, and entertaining experiences of the couple as they recall their first kiss, breakup, and getting back together, marriage, and more, told from each of their perspectives. This candid memoir is a story of two individuals finding their place in the world while learning how to build a life together.
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The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home
A Welcome to Night Vale Novel
Joseph Fink - 2020-03-24
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Get ready for a bone-chilling story about a faceless old woman who lives in your home. With eerie flashbacks to her childhood and criminal underworld rise, you'll be left wondering what she's capable of. This book from the creators of the Welcome to Night Vale universe is part The Haunting of Hill House and part The Count of Monte Cristo - but with an entirely unique story you won't forget.
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The Buying of Lot 37
Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, Vol. 3 (Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, 3)
Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor - 2019-05-14
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Discover the bizarre and captivating world of the hit podcast, now in book form! The Buying of Lot 37 is a collection of episodes from Season Three, complete with an introduction by the authors, a foreword by Dessa, behind-the-scenes commentary, and original illustrations by series artist Jessica Hayworth. Learn about the strange happenings in the fictional town of Night Vale, where nothing is quite as it seems. With a fanbase that has skyrocketed to over 100 million downloads and two New York Times bestselling novels, this book is a must-read for any Night Vale enthusiast.
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Alice Isn't Dead
A Novel
Joseph Fink - 2018-10-30
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This thrilling novel follows the story of a truck driver on a cross-country road trip to find her long-lost wife, whom she believed to be dead. It turns out, Alice is alive and appears to be at every major tragedy and accident in America. As Keisha uncovers clues to Alice's whereabouts, she discovers an otherworldly conspiracy lurking in the quiet corners of the highway system.
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It Devours!
A Welcome to Night Vale Novel
Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor - 2017-10-17
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Discover a mystery that explores the intersections of faith and science in "It Devours!" from the bestselling authors of Welcome to Night Vale and the creators of the #1 international podcast. Follow outsider Nilanjana Sikdar as she investigates a mysterious rumbling outside of town and discovers the Joyous Congregation of the Smiling God, where she meets devoted member Darryl. As they navigate their differences, they uncover a dark and terrible secret that puts the lives of everyone in town at risk. Engage with themes of trust, attraction, and the power of belief in this thrilling novel.
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Mostly Void, Partially Stars
Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, Volume 1 (Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, 1)
Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor - 2016-09-06
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A must-have for fans of the Welcome to Night Vale podcast or those new to the wonderfully weird world of Night Vale. Mostly Void, Partially Stars features the first season of the hit podcast in book form, with bonus features like behind-the-scenes commentary and original illustrations. Explore the American Southwest town where every conspiracy theory is true and get to know its strange yet friendly inhabitants, including commentary from performers and notable fans. Don't miss out on this entertaining and valuable reference guide to past episodes.
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The Great Glowing Coils of the Universe
Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, Volume 2 (Welcome to Night Vale Episodes, 2)
Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor - 2016-09-06
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Welcome to the twisted world of Night Vale, a town where the government is corrupt and the threats are otherworldly. In The Great Glowing Coils of the Universe, experience a collection of episodes from Season Two of the hit podcast, Welcome to Night Vale. With behind-the-scenes commentary, original illustrations, and a foreword by the authors, this book is a must-have for fans and newcomers alike. Don't miss the chance to explore this bizarre and addictive universe.
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Welcome to Night Vale
A Novel
Joseph Fink - 2015-10-20
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Enter a world where every conspiracy theory you've ever heard is true in this small desert town. The lives of two women, each with their own mystery, intersect when a silent man in a tan jacket hands 19-year-old Jackie a paper marked "KING CITY". Meanwhile, Diane Crayton is dealing with her shape-shifting son and visions of his father who left years ago. Can these women unravel the secrets of King City before it's too late? Discover the truth in this captivating and eerie tale.
Commonplace Book of the Weird by Zack Parsons, Jeffrey Cranor, Meg Bashwiner, Hannah Lott-Schwartz