For writers and readers who like it dark. We talk about our horror and other dark-themed books. In-depth literary analysis of dark fiction. Conversations with authors, editors, and other industry professionals. Hosted by Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera. We have interviewed Paul Tremblay, Ellen Datlow, Josh Malerman, Grady Hendrix, and more. New episode every other Monday. Subscribe, listen, and leave us a review.
LOTF 61: Daniel Kraus on Posthumously Collaborating with George A. Romero
In this episode, we do something a bit more special. Daniel walks us through what it was like to collaborate posthumously with the late great George A. Romero to write The Living Dead. It is a breathtaking story, with many surprising twists and turns. Did Romero reach across time and space to help Daniel write this book? We don’t have the answer to that, and neither does Daniel. Listen to the episode. Hear Daniel share his story.
LOTF 60: Jessica Guess on 90s Horror, Cirque Berserk, & Pursuing Dreams
In this episode, we spoke with Jessica about her early writing life and experiences growing up with horror movies. She shares how horrible professor tried to crush her writing dreams and why it’s important to her now to uplift her own college students. She talks about creating A Black Girl’s Guide to Horror, intersectionality in horror, writing Cirque Berserk, and the importance of flipping (often racist) genre tropes.
LOTF 59: Tropisode 6 | Camping with Sadie Hartmann aka "Mother Horror"
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For our sixth tropisode, we're talking CAMPING with Sadie Hartmann, aka “Mother Horror.”
Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror reviews horror for Cemetery Dance and SCREAM Magazine. She is the co-owner of the horror fiction subscription company, Night Worms. She lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband of 20+ years, where they enjoy perfect weather, street tacos and hanging out with their 3 kids. They have a Frenchie named Owen.
When we gave Sadie a choice of tropisode topics, she was quick to hop on this one. We had a great time chatting with her about the camping trope in horror!
Camping Group Read
"The Troop" by Nick Cutter
Camping Book Recommendations
Kill Hill Carnage by Tim Meyer
Fat Camp by James Sabata
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King
The Ritual and The Reddening by Adam Neville
The Ruins by Scott Smith
Camp Slaughter by Sergio Gomez
Kill River by Cameron Rubique
Camping Movie Recommendation
Blair Witch Project
Friday the 13th
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LOTF 58: 2020 Summer Scares 3 | Ronald L. Smith and J. Scott Savage
We are thrilled to bring you this round-table style conversation in our third installment of the 2020 Summer Scares initiative, in which we chat with each of the authors from the young adult category: Ronald L. Smith and J. Scott Savage.
LOTF 57: 2020 Summer Scares 2 | Zoraida Cordóva, Amy Lukavics, & Cherie Priest
This year for our second installment of our Summer Scares coverage, we bring you this round-table style conversation with each of the authors from the young adult category: Zoraida Cordóva, Amy Lukavics, and Cherie Priest.
LOTF 56: 2020 Summer Scares 1 with Nadia Bulkin, Victor LaValle, and Andy Davidson
This year for Summer Scares we decided to do something a little different! We are thrilled to bring you this round-table style conversation with each of the authors from the adult category: Nadia Bulkin, Victor LaValle, and Andy Davidson.