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This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode. Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions. The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome. Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out. I want to start conversations with people about a ...
 
Two Gen X friends discuss fantasy, horror, and science-fiction books and topics. The co-hosts, Jake and Ron, have known each other since their college days in Boston. Jake is a lifelong fantasy, horror, and science fiction fan and has an extensive background working in independent bookstores and publishing in the Boston area. He is also an avid RPG fan. Ron grew up loving comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars and RPG. He is currently a project manager in technology in the Seattle area. Both are ...
 
Written in Red is a podcast by and for horror readers and writer's. Aron Beauregard, Carver Pike, Daniel Volpe, and Rowland Bercy Jr. gather to spotlight the most disturbing, macabre, and overlooked books that you've probably never heard of. But that's not all...We will also have guest authors, publishers, and reviewers on the show and pick their brains while promoting all they have to offer to the horror community. Additionally, we will focus on discussing the world of writing horror in gra ...
 
Join author Lexi Rose as she invites an author to talk about a recent or upcoming book. This half-hour chat is also about writing styles, the life of a writer, and the motivations that turn ideas into printed books.If you are writing a book or getting ready to publish your work, stop by and hear what other authors are doing and what it took to bring their stories to life.
 
Science fiction bokhandeln är specialister på SF, fantasy och skräck. I vår podd vill vi dela med oss av nördkunskap och läsglädje. Varannan torsdagkväll diskuterar vi olika teman inom fantastiken, intervjuar författare som besökt våra butiker och tipsar om bra läsning och kul spel. Programledare är Jenny och Petter från Stockholmsbutiken, ofta i sällskap av en gäst eller två. The Science Fiction Bookshop is the leading Swedish bookshop for science fiction, fantasy, horror and all kinds of s ...
 
Roger Mifflin is the somewhat eccentric proprietor of The Haunted Bookshop, a second-hand bookstore in Brooklyn that is “haunted by the ghosts of all great literature.” Beginning with the arrival of a young advertising man and the mysterious disappearance of a certain volume from the shelves of the bookshop, a lively and often humorous tale of intrigue unfolds, generously sprinkled with liberal doses of Roger’s unique philosophy on literature and book selling.
 
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In this episode of The Burial Plot we have dug up author Sarah J Dhue. Sarah was born and raised in the Alton/Godfrey area of Illinois. Her first love is writing and she’s been at it since elementary school. She self-publishes her creative fiction and writes mostly Horror and Paranormal fiction, with a little bit of Science Fiction. She completed h…
 
Because Netflix refuses to let Jason cancel his subscription, we're reviewing their new vampire movie BLOOD RED SKY. Are the guys pulling their teeth out or does the German bloodsucking movie not suck? But first, we're reviewing Afflicted, Daybreakers, Cursed, Near Dark, The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman, and Nightmare at 20,000 Feet …
 
Events this week: Tuesday, July 27th: Justina Ireland, in conversation with Preeti Chhibber Wednesday, July 28th: Richard Lange, in conversation with Jim Sherman Thursday, July 29th: Erin Craig, in conversation with Alexis Henderson New this week: Star Wars The High Republic: Out of the Shadows by Justina Ireland Rovers by Richard Lange Small Favor…
 
Oh my god. How do we cap off our 1 year anniversary? Well, with an announcement. We have a new, third chair on the show. We welcome back Mike Wood from the Grindbin podcast. As well as Daniel from the Mustachioed Podcastio. This week we talk about the 1988 horror film Nightmare Sisters. You should know what it is. It's Sorority Babes revisited, in …
 
Join Kerry as she reads this light hearted Fairy Tale of getting exactly what your wished for- in The Boy Who Wanted More Cheese by William Elliot Griffis as found in Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folk. Check out our socials: https://linktr.ee/AURadio Music is provided by Kubbi, Gadgetor, and http://www.bensound.com Other Music: http://www.purple-pla…
 
We've got a fun episode today! Our social media expert Kylie has left for grad school, but we've got a couple of new booksellers to help fill her shoes. Gary is joined this week by Kristen and Michelle to talk about how they found the store, what books they like to read, and what ideas they have for future social media content. SPOILER ALERT: Loki …
 
We're going back to the Netflix well this week with our reviews of Fear Street: 1994, Fear Street: 1978, and Fear Street: 1666. Released a week apart, the Fear Street series generated a ton of buzz in the horror community. Does it live up to the hype or is it another Netflix dud soon to be forgotten? We're also reviewing Laughing Man by T.M. Wright…
 
Hello all you Ed-heads and Timbos. This week, we fucking jump on the Wild hunt shit from outer space, no not The Witcher. And we discuss the 2021 Comedy Horror Psycho Goreman! Joined this week by Bloody Buddy Charlie, we finally talk about something non rape/erotic lactation related. A couple Canadian kids unearth the Wishmasters gem, and it unleas…
 
Becca's power is out which means it's just Gary this week to go through a whole lot of events! Join us this weekend for Mysterious Galaxy's reopening celebration! Events this week: Tuesday, July 20th: Karin Slaughter, in conversation with Alafair Burke Tuesday, July 20th: Fabian Nicieza, in conversation with Peter Melnick Wednesday, July 21st: Chri…
 
Here is my chat with author Ronald Malfi all about his novel Come With Me. We talk all about horror origins, being in a rock band, where to start with his books and more. Shownotes: https://booksinthefreezer.com/2021/07/20/episode-100-chat-with-author-ronald-malfi/Books in the Freezer tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The iOtians dig into the Weird Anthology Edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer. They also talk about the bad scifi book covers found on r/badscificovers. What Else The home of shockingly bad sci-fi book covers by Jess Sabine published on Boing Boing https://bit.ly/2TmzCWV The Wrath of the iOtians Email: thewrathoftheiotians@gmail.com Instagram: thewrat…
 
This week we discuss the actual horror writing process. How to keep readers engaged, keep you pages looking attractive, discuss point of view, and much more! Also, we spotlight horror and bizarro writer John Wayne Comunale.Aron Beauregard tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Becky and Jill are joined for the final time in this Fear Street mini-series by Mike Muncer from The Evolution of Horror to dive deep into the third installment of Netflix's film trilogy event. It's big folk horror vibes this time around and then back to the 90s to round things up in true Point Horror style. Fear Street Part 3: 1666 is OUT NOW on N…
 
Tune in this week as Drew and George talk about the world of Kickstarter! The pitfalls, the joy, the Batman T-Rex. Whether you've backed Kickstarters before or are thinking about throwing your hat in the ring- this is an episode you don't want to miss. Check out our socials: https://linktr.ee/AURadio Music is provided by Kubbi, Gadgetor, and http:/…
 
In this episode, we have Angela Sylvaine. Angela is a self-proclaimed cheerful goth who still believes in monsters. She writes primarily horror, science fiction, fantasy, and young adult. She has published one Novella, CHOPPING SPREE, and many short stories in various magazines and anthologies. She grew up in North Dakota and holds degrees in psych…
 
We're howling at the moon with our review of Werewolves Within. It's about crazy people annoying each other, and a werewolf, while they wait out a snowstorm in a bumblefuck town. But first, we're talking Orphan, The Unholy, The Beast Must Die, Snow Beast, Black Widow, Censor, Run Hide Fight, Horsehead, Home Before Dark by Riley Sagar, Of Foster Hom…
 
And we're back! I was so excited to chat with one of my favorite authors and nerd out about horror books. Grady came on the show to talk about his upcoming novel, The Final Girl Support Group and books about serial killers. Shownotes: https://booksinthefreezer.com/2021/07/13/episode-99-serial-killer-horror-with-grady-hendrix/…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads and Timbos! Here we are, born to be kings, and rulers of the universe! We are at 1 year into the podcast, and time is a flat circle theory, we ended up where we begun. Back to the John Carpenter well. This week we are joined by an old friend of the me, not the podcast, but if we ask him nicely he may return Diamondback Manhun…
 
Jill and Becky are joined again by Mike Muncer from The Evolution of Horror to dive deep into the second installment of Netflix's film trilogy event Fear Street. We're transported back to the 70s with more gore, some serious Camp Fear vibes, and loads of banging vintage tunes. Fear Street Part 2: 1978 is OUT NOW on Netflix. You can listen to the sp…
 
Join Sara, Justin, and special guest Tiffany as they explore the risqué genre of Romance! From Dashing Dukes to Downtown Office Drama- they're playing matchmaker to find you the book of your dreams. Listen along for a (not-too-steamy) episode to fall in love with. Don't forget to catch our Plot Points segment at the end to help Sara track down a ti…
 
Bela Lugosi got it right all those years ago when he said that it was women who truly love horror. My guests, The Spinsters of Horror, prove it with every episode of I Spit on Your Podcast, one of the sharpest, passionate, and fun shows around. Join us in a deep-dive geek conversation as we discuss dozens of topics including horror in pop culture, …
 
We're returning to the Netflix original series, Black Summer, for season 2. Does it hold up to the excellent first season or is it another black mark on Netflix's record? But first, we're reviewing Willy's Wonderland, Frenzy, Unacknowledged: An Expose on the World's Greatest Secret, Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind, Thir13en Ghosts, Omen IV: The …
 
Gary and Becca are back together once again for this brand new minisode! It's a new month and this week is jam packed with events, so we dig right in before talking about new books, what we're reading, and Naruto? Events this week: Tuesday, July 6th: Laura Sebastian, in conversation with Alexandra Bracken Wednesday, July 7th: Elizabeth Lim, in conv…
 
Get it? The artwork is the Mothmans butt. Hello all you Ed-Heads, and Timbos. We have something VERY special for you this week. We are joined by Candice, and first time guest, Host of On Wednesdays we talk weird. It's Asherz! And we are dipping our toes directly into the paranormal world. Hitting up those cryptids. Scouting out those UFOs, Sliding …
 
This week we talk about proper author etiquette and desire. Conversing with peers should be approached with thought and respect. In this episode we give a few examples of some mistakes that we've made, as well as some success stories in the area of networking. We also spotlight the bizarre horror of William Becker.…
 
Becky and Jill are joined by friend of the pod Mike Muncer from The Evolution of Horror to dive deep into the first installment of Netflix's film trilogy event Fear Street. And this one is right up our street because it's set in 1994 as well as being based on the book series by Point Horror stalwart R. L. Stine. Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is OUT NOW …
 
Drew returns to the world of TTRPGs in this episode about running games. Sharing some of the tips and tricks he's picked up for making Game Mastering easy and fun! Do you have questions about running games? Let us know! Check out our socials: https://linktr.ee/AURadio Music is provided by Kubbi, Gadgetor, and http://www.bensound.com Other Music: ht…
 
In this episode, we are very excited to host the talented Amy Grech. Amy Grech has sold over 100 stories to various anthologies and magazines including: A New York State of Fright, Apex Magazine, Dead Harvest, Flashes of Hope, Gorefest, Hell’s Heart, Hell’s Highway, Hell’s Mall, Needle Magazine, Punk Noir Magazine, Scare You To Sleep, Tales from th…
 
We're back with part two of our mental health discussion. Gary is joined this week by Nick and KelleyAnn! We talk about our experiences with depression, the way our social batteries fluctuated due to the pandemic, and some of our comfort blankets. Don't eat too many donuts! What We're Reading: Rabbits by Terry Miles The Final Girl's Support Group b…
 
Greetings listeners. After a long hiatus, Back of the Bookshelf has returned for its second season with more classic fiction from yesteryear. If you thrill at the clatter of carriage wheels on the road, yearn for astounding adventures in space, then you won't be disappointed (we hope). Kicking things off is a special feature length episode - our mo…
 
We're digging deep into Ben Wheatley's newest horror film, In the Earth. It's an unusual story about shoeless hiking, tent mansions, and the most gullible man to ever walk through the woods. But first, we're talking Death Proof, Survivorman Bigfoot, Damien: Omen II, Omen III: The Final Conflict, Bubba Ho-Tep, Wer, Sound of Violence, The Unholy, Dev…
 
Hello all you ed-heads and Timbos. We are here this week to wrap up our celebration of queer voices in the horror community. Some members of the queer horror community were not comfortable calling in, and appearing on the show, so they sent in letters/messages that they wanted shared. So you get to hear me stumble through them as best as I can. Sor…
 
Events this week: Wednesday, June 30th: Daryl Wood Gerber and Lee Hollis Thursday, July 1st: Payal Doshi and Juliana Brandt New this week: A Glimmer of a Clue by Daryl Wood Gerber Death of an Italian Chef by Lee Hollis When Stars Collide by Susan Elizabeth Phillips Dead by Dawn by Paul Doiron Bad Moon Rising by John Galligan Star Wars: The Rising S…
 
Jake and Ron interview author/playwright/blogger Neil Sharpson, and discuss his debut scifi thriller When the Sparrow Falls. Neil outlines the creative process for his novel and also chats about his favorite animated films. When the Sparrow Falls is now available! Get your copy here: https://unshavedmouse.com/2020/10/19/when-the-sparrow-falls-now-a…
 
Stan Bolovan is a clever man but can he out smart a dragon? Join Kerry on this quick-witted adventure! This month's story is: Stan Bolovan as shared by Mite Kremnitz and J.M. Percival in Roumanian Fairy Tales Check out our socials: https://linktr.ee/AURadio Music is provided by Kubbi, Gadgetor, and http://www.bensound.com Other Music: http://www.pu…
 
This week we present our The Amusement Park review, which is a 'movie' about not being mean to the elderly. That's it. But first, we're talking The Conspiracy (2012), The Prophecy, Great White, Nobody, The Bigfoot Project, Caveat, Stand by Me, The Omen, We Need to Do Something, Dead Calm, The Patience of a Dead Man by Michael Clark, Beware by Richa…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, and Timbos. Welcome to week 4 of our celibration of Pride month. Like I told you all before, Please go donate to The Rainbow Railroad. This week we are joined by new friend of the show, and Twitch Streamer Potato. As we discuss the 1985 cult hit Return of the living dead. If you ever held your arms out like a Frankenstein, a…
 
Content Warning: This episode contains discussions of mental health and disability, and booksellers share their experiences with depression, anxiety, trauma, and neurodiversity, among other topics. This week, Gary and Becca are joined by Jenni and Victoria to chat about our experiences with mental health and the books we turn to. Links mentioned in…
 
In this episode of The Burial Plot we get to speak with Erin Michelle Gibes. Erin Michelle Gibes is a writer, certified book coach, & project manager for speculative fiction writers, including horror writers. Her specialty is helping writers with structure, pacing, worldbuilding, and staying true to their instincts as storytellers. As a victim/surv…
 
We learned that worshiping the devil is a good thing during our The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It review. If you need superpowers, call up ol' Lucifer. But first, we're talking Communion, Within, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, Shadow in the Cloud, Def by Temptation, The Sons of Sam, Why Don't You Just Die!, Twisted: Tainted Tales, and Later by St…
 
First, https://www.rainbowrailroad.org/ Please go to their website, and give them your money. Please. Hello all you Ed-Heads and Timbos, and welcome to week 3 of our month dedicated to pride. Showcasing queer voices and content in the horror community. This week we are joined by friend of the show, and first time guest Ren. Who brings us the 1997 a…
 
There aren't too many new books this week, but we still have a whole slew of events! Tune in for this week in the galaxy! Events this week: Tuesday, June 15th: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegria Hudes, and Jeremy McCarter Wednesday, June 16th: Lori M. Lee, in conversation with Rena Barron Thursday, June 17th: Rachel Griffin Thursday, June 17th: Mau…
 
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