Our guest on the latest Lovecraft eZine podcast was Nadia Bulkin, author of the fantastic collection SHE SAID DESTROY. It was a fascinating discussion with a first-rate author of dark fiction.
Knifepoint Horror is one of the finest examples of weird fiction that I have come across. In my opinion, every writer and reader of weird fiction should be paying attention to what author Soren Narnia is doing with this podcast.
Respected as one of today’s leading figures of weird fiction for his striking imagination, versatility, and deeply emotional stories, Jeffrey Thomas here offers up fourteen searing tales.
Guest Nathan Carson, our favorite Lovecraftian anthologies, the work of Thomas Ligotti, and more!
Philip Fracassi burst onto the Weird Fiction scene recently. FRAGILE DREAMS is his latest book.
Pay only $1.99 for ALL FOUR Lovecraft eZine megapacks — over 230 Lovecraftian stories! Sale ends soon. Tales by writers like W.H. Pugmire, Joe Pulver, Ann K. Schwader, William Meikle, Jeffrey Thomas, Corinna Sara Bechko, A.J. French, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Anna Tambor, Stephen Mark Rainey, and many others!
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In the first hour, we talked with author Douglas Wynne about his new Lovecraftian novel BLACK JANUARY.
In the second hour, we discussed some of our favorite weird fiction stories, with a special emphasis on THE WEIRD, a collection of 110 weird fiction stories edited by Jeff and Ann VanderMeer. We also talked about the new creepypasta TV series CHANNEL ZERO.
“almost insentient, almost divine” is a collection that will be treasured by readers for decades to come, and doubtlessly recommended to those looking for an introduction as to what makes this genre special.
Catherine Grant is my guest on today’s podcast. We’ll be discussing her recent blog post on diversity, and more. As usual, if you can’t watch live, you can listen via audio podcast any time after tomorrow. Also available on iTunes: search for “Lovecraft eZine Podcast”.
The 38th issue of The Lovecraft eZine is now available, and it features fiction by Pete Rawlik, Douglas Wynne, Michael Griffin, and others!
“Canadian author Richard Gavin has established himself as a leading contemporary writer of weird fiction. His richly nuanced prose style, his imaginative range, and his shrewdness in the portrayal of character and domestic conflict make his tales far more than mere shudder-coining.”
If you can’t watch live, you can listen via audio podcast any time after tomorrow. Also available on iTunes (search for “Lovecraft eZine Podcast”). Or you can watch the archived edition on Youtube.
If you can’t watch us live, you can listen via audio podcast any time after tomorrow. This episode’s guest is Ellen Datlow, editor of the upcoming CHILDREN OF LOVECRAFT and NIGHTMARES: A NEW DECADE OF MODERN HORROR.
Today’s guest is Sam Cowan from Dim Shores Publishing. Plus: Why do we do what we do? Why do we write, edit, publish, create, teach, or anything else? Is it so we’re remembered after we die? Is that a good reason?