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My story “Home and Hearth” (which originally appeared as part of the Spectral Press chapbook series) has been transmuted into a podcast by the lovely folk at PseudoPod! Thanks, peeps, and special thanks to narrator Robin McLeavy.
Go here to listen.
So this arrived last week and I’m almost finished. Josh Malerman hits it out of the park again.
He writes about the cracks where the darkness gets into the world … and the light seeps out.
A few of my stories have been made into podcasts by the likes of the fabtacular PseudoPod and Tales to Terrify, so I thought I’d bring all the links together in one convenient post.
The latest issue of The Dark has four great stories for your reading pleasure.
“The Only Way Out Lies Farther In” by David Tallerman
“Better Angels” by Angela Slatter (reprint)
“Sea-Crowned” by H. Pueyo
“A Pinhole of Light” by Julie C. Day (reprint)
So, in honour of the doors between worlds opening this eve, and all manner of things walking through, here is an older story of mine, “Words” (first published in The Lifted Brow # 5, June
Just been reminded of this fabulous illustration by the wonderful Mr Greg Ruth for my novelette, Finnegan’s Field.
It also accompanied the excellent essay, Why Horror is Good for You (and Even Better for Your Kids), by said wonderful illustrator!
So there you