Hunter Shea joins me to chat his latest Flame Tree release, SLASH, as well as the dwindled or gone horror sections and bookstores, writing an original and yet nostalgic slasher books, and marketing.
Richard Chizmar joins me to chat his latest Gwendy's Magic Feather, as well as Castle Rock, how the story came about, 1999, and Stephen King's reach in the world of books.
Daniel Kraus joins me to chat his latest, Blood Sugar, as well as his interest in empathetic villains, co-writing, writing specific lengths, and crafting character dialogue.
Joshua Chaplinsky joins me to chat his new collection Whispers in the Ear of a Dreaming Ape, inspirations, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, writing what interests him, seeing stories through, and switching styles.
Joe R. Lansdale joins me to chat the Hap & Leonard series, touching on his latest The Elephant of Surprise, as well as Creepshow, adapting his work, a long career, crafting shorts, and writing what he wants to write.
Tosca Lee joins me to chat her latest novel, A Single Light, as well as surviving the apocalypse, technology, hitting the road for publicity, and finishing novels.
Technical issues meant I had to push this week's interview and begged Mark Allan Gunnells to record a flash story from his latest collection The Daylight Will Not Save You, I also give some updates on Unnerving things.
Charles Ardai joins me to chat the history of Hard Case Crime, passions in publishing and art, what's coming up, working with legends of the genre, and plucking the best from the hardboiled pocket crime heydays.