Blue Flower


This is the absolute last chance to get a table.

We are literally down to the last two or three spots!

You can find the application here: QCK Vendor Application and on the Vendor Page

Once we are full, you'll be put on the waiting list.

Guest Author: Stacey Longo

“Born in Connecticut in the 70s, I grew up with two parents that had the audacity to be loving and supportive role models (don't worry, I was able to successfully create my own angst despite their best efforts). My sister and I found ourselves growing up among the fluorescent nightmare that was the 80s, awash in legwarmers and off-the-shoulder "Flashdance" tees. It was our love for Duran Duran that got us through these tumultuous fashion times.

After college (WE ARE--PENN STATE!) I moved to Block Island, RI, where I eventually began my writing career as a weekly humor columnist for the Block Island Times. For six years, I waxed poetic on such topics as how to disguise dust bunnies as wall-to-wall carpeting and how difficult it is to tell the difference between wild grass and corn when weeding the garden. During this time, I also published articles in the Island Crier and The Works Magazine.

 In 2005, I returned to my home state of Connecticut amid little fanfare, something I haven't quite gotten over (where's my ticker-tape parade, people?). I work as a copy editor to support my writing habit, and live an anxiety-ridden, caffeine-injected life with my husband Jason and two cats, Wednesday and Pugsley.”


Twitter: @staceyblongo


 Guest Author: Matthew Phillion

Matthew Phillion is the author of the YA superhero novel series, the Indestructibles, filmmaker, and actor. The latest book in the Indestructibles series, Like a Comet, was released in early 2016. He also wrote and directed the award-nominated Certainly Never (2013).  He lives in Salem, Mass., with his loyal dog Watson, who is not particularly helpful in solving crimes.



Author Facebook:

Twitter: @mattphillion

Instagram: @mattphillion

Guest Author: Jam Blute 

Jam Blute is an emerging author with a selection of short stories published in literary magazines. She's addicted to multimedia storytelling and has studied creative writing, narrative design, acting and improvisation, and screenplay writing. Jam has hosted a variety of workshops on creative writing and character design at schools, bookstores, and conventions in New England. She lives in Derry, NH and bakes more than her roommates could eat in a year.




Queen City Kamikaze 2016 will take place on:

March 12, 2016

from 10AM-7PM

at Manchester Memorial High School.