On episode #31 of Josh’s Worst Nightmare Oddcast, host Josh Schlossberg assumes his ultimate form with Christy Mann, author of the TOTEM OF TALONS series, to trace the physiology of shapeshifters.
The second-most common question a horror author gets after, “Where do you get your ideas?” is, “Can you make any money doing this?”
The short answer is, “No.” The slightly longer answer is, “Not really.” But the honest answer is, “It depends.”
by Daniel Braum
(Lethe Press, 2020)
SEASHORES AND WILDLANDS:
BOUNDARIES BETWEEN WHAT IS KNOWN
AND WHAT LIES BEYOND.
I hope you’ll consider voting for some of my titles in Godless Horror’s 666 Awards. Totally fine if you don’t, of course. Just remember that I know where you live (and what time you go to bed).
“Best Novella”: MALINAE (by me)
“Best Anthology/Collection”: THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR (edited by me)
“Best Short” category: (any of the stories from THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR)
*The 666 Awards makes you vote in every category to submit your vote, and we encourage you do so. But if you’re not familiar with any options in the other categories, feel free to put N/A.
Jennifer Anne Gordon interviews me on her Let’s Scare Jennifer to Death podcast about the comforts of horror fiction, my depiction of a character with Alzheimers in MALINAE, editing THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR, and pushing through the darkness into the light.
On episode #30 of Josh’s Worst Nightmare Oddcast, host Josh Schlossberg aims for the brain with Catt Dahman, author of the Z IS FOR ZOMBIE series, to make sense of the biology of zombies.
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