Dogman Blog May 2009
Greetings Dogman fans!
Summer is here and the folklore of Michigan’s Dogman is revving up! Be sure to check out our official website for Dogman news and information!
The month of May has been extremely busy as our summer tour kicks off for 2009. The Tulip Fest in Holland was a banner weekend, followed by stops in Mesick, Michigan State University, and Muskegon. We’ve had great weather so far and met a lot of great Dogman fans around the state!
The little blue tent is set for the season, and June and July are going to be very busy. We pick up again on June 6& 7 in Owosso, followed by weekends in Saginaw, Frankenmuth, Makcinaw City, Traverse City, Lake City, and Charlevoix.
Be sure to check out our website for our full 2009 schedule. Hopefully we’ll be haunting a town near you:
Our upcoming schedule for June and July (tentatively) is below:
June 6-7: Owosso craft fair, Owosso MI
June 12-13: Green Acres, Saginaw MI
June 19-21: Zehnders Park, Frankenmuth MI
June 27: Mackinaw City craft fair, Mackinaw City MI
June 28: Old Town craft fair, Traverse City MI
July 3-4: Lake City craft fair
July 5: Cherry Fest craft fair, Traverse City, MI
July 11-12: Charlevoix arts fair
July 18: Indian River craft fair
July 24-25: AuSable craft fair, Grayling, MI
Want to see our full 2009 schedule? Check out the link below:
Update on the new Dogman (part 3) novel:
The third book in the Dogman series, Nagual: Dawn of the Dogman, has moved from manuscript to editing. We have a tentative release date of July 4, 2009 if everything works out through our publishers and printers.
The Nagual are the evil, shape-shifting Skin-Walkers. In the first half of the new book, we learn of the origins of the Dogmen, magical beings that have overtaken the bodies of humans and changed them into horrible creatures. We also learn of a prehistoric North American civilization under siege by the Dogmen and their horrid sorcerer-chieftain.
The second half of the novel jumps forward to 1977 as the Dogman rampages through Grand Traverse and Benzie Counties. Can two young camp counselors stop both the supernatural Dogman and the rich tycoon who’s got his own plans to ransack the little communities of Lake Ann and Interlochen.
Interested in some snippets from the new novel? Check the link below and be sure to stop by often for more updates.
We still have the official Dogman Survival Guide t-shirts available. Only $10 on our website, they come in all sizes S-3X and include good advice: Don’t Go Out At Night!
Dogman hats are on order too and we should have them restocked by our next show.
Steve Cook’s The Legend Legacy Edition CD/DVD is also available for only $20. Remember, 10% of all sales go to support the Cheboygan Humane Society.
See our Dogman store for all official merchandise:
Now that summer is here, be on the watch for Dogman sightings! And watch for us along our summer tour, we’ll be haunting a town near you! Again, check our official website for more on the myth and folklore of Michigan’s Dogman.