Hear the Necronomicon panel Dark Matters: Weird Fiction from the African Diaspora on the Outer Dark podcast. A bunch of talented folks (Eric Nunnally, Victor LaValle, Chesya Burke, teri.zin, Hysop Mulero and myself) discuss Blackness and Weird Fiction.
In this podcast The Outer Dark presents the fourth installment of The Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird 2019 including the panel: ‘No Man’s Tale: Female, Binary & Queer Bodies in a Weird Space’, moderated by Larissa Glasser and featuring Laura Blackwell, Craig Laurance Gidney, Sunny Moraine, teri.zin/Zin E. Rocklyn, and Damien Angelica Walters, as well as readings by Jesse Bullington, Kyoko M, and John Foster, and an introductory interview with Larissa Glasser. The readings and panel were recorded live on Saturday March 23 at Silver Scream FX Lab in Atlanta, GA. Larissa’s interview was recorded on Sept. 29 and News from The Weird on Sept. 30.
Listen to the podcast here.
The Tanith Lee panel that was recorded by the Outer Dark at Necronomicon has just been posted on the podcast. Also, the author and critic Gordon White reviews A SPECTRAL before the panel recording (along with Robert Levy’s ANAIS NIN AT THE GRAND GUIGNOL).
Scott Nicolay and This Is Horror are posting the panels and readings from the first Outer Dark symposium that happened last March.
Scott Nicolay interviewed me for The Outer Dark, a podcast about weird, dark and horror fiction. Thanks to Scott for having me on–the conversation was wide ranging and touched on the Negritude movement, surrealism and Rihanna!
Also, The Nectar of Nightmares is up for preorder!
John H. Stevens (known on Twitter as the Erudite Ogre) was kind enough to give a brief review of Skin Deep Magic on the Three Hoarsemen podcast hosted by SF SIGNAL. He says some nice about the collection. Check out the podcast, which also discusses Guardians of the Galaxy–both the movie and the comic series.
Gil Roth, who produces the book-centric podcast Virtual Memories, asked me to contribute to his year’s end podcast. I appear with a bunch of other distinguished guests,* discussing the favorite book that I read in 2013.
*Charles Blackstone, Lisa Borders, Scott Edelman, Drew Friedman, Kipp Friedman, Ed Hermance, Nancy Hightower, Jonathan Hyman, Maxim Jakubowski, Ben Katchor, Ian Kelley, Roger Langridge, Philip Lopate, Hooman Majd, Zach Martin, Ron Rosenbaum, David Rothenberg, Willard Spiegelman, Peter Trachtenberg, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi, and Matt Wuerker.
Gil Roth of the Virtual Memories podcast interviewed me about Bereft, YA fiction, and other things. The podcast also features Ed Hermance, the owner of Giovanni’s Room, the bookstore where I will be reading next Saturday! Thanks to Gil for inviting to appear on the show!