Eddie Generous chats suspense and horror literature and movies with authors, agents, bloggers, and actors.
Clowin Around With Carole Johnstone and Mysterious Plots With Bev Vincent
Carole Johnstone chats her debut novel, Mirrorland, its great reception, and the road to publication. Bev Vincent talks two recent novellas (one part of Dissonant Harmonies and The Ogilvy Affair). And, as always, Tracy Robinson and Eddie Generous chat books and more.
Literary Queries and Pitches With Sandy Lu, Plus Squatching and Fighting With Hunter Shea and Brian Asman
Sandy Lu of Book Wyrm Literary Agency talks query letters, pitches, and where authors go wrong when looking for representation. Hunter Shea gives the rundown on his latest, BIGFOOT IN THE BRONX. Brian Asman breaks down writing good action as well as his latest, NUNCHUCK CITY. And, as always, Tracy Robinson and Eddie Generous chat books, movies, and more.
Lucky Breaks and Following the Story With Christina Henry, and a Reading by Jennifer Anne Gordon
Christina Henry joins Eddie to chat her latest NEAR THE BONE, as well as her journey to going pro in the writing world. Jennifer Anne Gordon reads from BEATIFUL, FRIGHTENING, and SILENT, and talks her inspirations. Tracy and Eddie talk recent reads, life, and Stephen King.
Nightmares in Suburbia, Big Beasties, and Flight with Sarah Langan, Julian Michael Carver, & JP McLean
Sarah Langan joins the Unnerving Podcast to chat GOOD NEIGHBORS, Julian Michael Carver chats his experience with Severed Press, and JP McLean gives a reading from her GIFT LEGACY series. And, of course, Tracy Robinson joins me to chat books.
Killers, and Ghosts, and Sex, Oh My With Tess Gerritsen, Sonora Taylor, and Kerry Cox
Tracy and I chat books read during January, but first talk ghosts. Tess Gerritsen then joins me to talk her latest, THE SHAPE OF NIGHT, after that, Sonora Taylor talks her latest, SEEING THING, and finally, Kerry Cox gives a reading from his forthcoming novel, MONEY BEAR.
Best Reads of 2020: A Rundown
Tracy and I do a rundown of all the best books we read in 2020.
Great series of interviews
Another favourite podcast of mine. I know that the host (Eddie Generous) runs a small press and fiction magazine as well, so I have no idea how he manages to put so much effort into an interview podcast as well. He usually reads the work of his guest, as it is usually an author, beforehand and never shies away from the truth. But he never bashes a book or a writer. He provides thoughtful discourse about the topic and, being an author himself, sheds light on the underlying themes of the work, something I find invaluable.