Sean M. Thompson returns as co-host as we have Brian O’Connell on to discuss being a fifteen-year-old horror author!
The Spooklights Train keeps rolling with episode #25! We’re talking with author William Tea about one of the best cult videogame horror franchises out there: Splatterhouse!
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We’re kicking off a new season of Spooklights with extreme horror and crime author Bryan Smith to talk about his prolific career and the new movie based on his excellent novel, 68 Kill!
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Self-described rural macabre horror author Mer Whinery joins us for this episode of Spooklights! He’s one of my favorite writers in the game today.
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S.P. Miskowski joins us to talk about the Skillute cycle and the origins of her other books, including Muscadines and Stag in Flight.
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For this episode, special guest host Sean M. Thompson and Jonathan Raab talk with Muzzleland Press’ own Alex Smith about his novella HIVE, Clive Barker’s Nightbreed, masculinity, urban anxiety, and much more.
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HIVE is a Cronenbergian paranoid thriller about a New York City couple discovering a cascading series of horrors within their seemingly idyllic apartment building. It’s Muzzleland Press’ final release of the year, and it’s one of our best books yet.
Our semi-regular (irregular, in the guerilla sense) podcast Spooklights is now available on YouTube, SoundCloud, and iTunes. We’ve got eight episodes up so far, with more to come shortly.
Thanks for listening. Stay spooky everybody.