Today’s podcast, live at 6:00 pm EST (or watch any time in the future)! Our guests:
Craig L. Gidney is a speculative fiction novelist and short story writer, and Linda D Addison is a poet and writer of horror, fantasy, and science fiction.
AND… we just might have a mystery guest. We’ll see! 🙂
REMEMBER, if you watch live, you can text chat with us during the show! Or, you can watch later on Youtube at this same link. Later this week I will add the audio-only podcast version that you can listen to “on the go”, if you wish.
A SPECTRAL HUE has a release date of June 18. It’s currently at the page proof stage and ARCs (Advance Reader Copies) have been sighted. I have seen the glorious cover art Word Horde plans to use and can’t wait to share it with you.
In the meantime, you can hear me read an excerpt of the book at the Outer Dark Symposium, along with readings by Kristi DeMeester (fellow Word Horder), Damien Angelica Walters (practically local to me–outside of Baltimore to my DC) and Michael Wehunt (fellow lover of ambient music). A presentation on the history of the Swamp Thing comics and panel on the role nature plays in Weird Fiction follows.
Stalker vs. Love Interest, the Capclave panel I was on was recorded for the Geek Girl podcast. Hear me, Alyssa Wong, A.C. Wise, and Jeanne Adams talk about Pepe Le Pew, Urkel, Edward the Vampire and Christian Grey.
I was a part of a panel discussing the Afro-surrealist black comedy film SORRY TO BOTHER YOU, along with Tananarive Due and Evan Narcisse for the Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast (hosted by David Barr Kirtley. It runs on August 25.
The Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird is the world’s only conference focusing on contemporary Weird fiction, film and art. The 2nd annual symposium will gather more than 25 writers, artists, filmmakers & editors on March 24, 2017 at Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA., one of the USA’s Weirdest places. Hear all the readings and panels on The Outer Dark podcast, which airs on This Is Horror, reaching thousands of listeners who are readers of Weird and speculative fiction.
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