D.B. SPITZER OF People's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos PODCAST contacted me and would like to include the readings of THE HUNGRY FACE and THE SWARM, narrated by V.O. Artist Laura Nicole. Both stories are from The Book of Weird, This should be a fun broadcast. Thanks D.B.!
I have a story in the new issue of Schlock! webzine. "How to nail a blackmailer" set in the 1930's about a man who wants to get more info on a radio personality. He eventually regrets learning the info. Check it out. http://schlock.co.uk/pb/wp_426dc0be/wp_426dc0be.html
MY STORY RAT AND MIRIAM WILL BE IN TRUMPACOLYSE STORIESSATIRIZING OR SET IN A FUTURE/ALTERNATE WORLD ABOUT DONALD J. TRUMP. I CHANGED A LINE OR TWO AND EDITOR JESSE DEDMAN TINKERED WITH IT AS WELL TO FIT THE BOOK. THE STORY ORIGINALLY WAS IN THE BOOK SWEAT, STEELE AND CRUISE CONTROL, EDITED BY E.S. WYNN. IN 2017, THE ILLUSTRATED VERSION WILL BE IN BIZARRE FANTASY IN 2017 WITH ART BY AMANDA TURCO.
This week, a couple buys A Real Man from The Corporation. Pincher finds what looks like a soft touch for blackmail. A Western outlaw discovers a ghost town full of menace. And a group of high school kids find a mythical horror is all too real for Yuletide fun and games. Carter Ward recovers to learn what has been happening with the Scroungers. Lucas learns more about the aliens in Hellmouth. The castaways learn the exact location of The Mysterious Island. And Tobias comes to his senses to find himself in a madhouse. See you next week for our combined Christmas and New Year edition! PS And this week sees the release of Rogue Planet Press’ new anthology based on the Norse myths: Hammer of the Gods! schlock.co.uk
Welcome to Episode 2 of the Narada Audio Drive-In, the Pulp-Pourri Theatre Season Four Extra! In this special new format, we will present a triple-feature with every installment! So park your car, prop the speaker in the window, sit back, and enjoy the show! We've included some historic recordings from drive-in movies for your entertainment.
THIS EPISODE'S FEATURES:
1. (G) The Consumer Review: Just in time for Christmas, our consumer reviewer, Armhurst Suyderhoud, brings to our attention a child’s plaything with potential hazards.
2. (PG-L) Jake Dimes, Range Detective - Chapter 2: "Taming the Man-Killer"
Jake attempts to impress his boss and win over the opinions of his fellow ranch hands, by performing a dangerous task.
Music by Pete Lutz and Ross Bernhardt.
3. (PG-LV) Pulp-Pourri Theatre: "Black Roses", a study in terror. Written by Mark Slade.
A group of friends and thieves steal a valuable object and unleash an ancient creature, who is rather hungry.
Music by Tom Parsons. PPT Theme by Rich Wentworth.
Read more at http://naradaradio.libsyn.com/s4-e2-narada-audio-drive-in-2#ZTtZZwfdDHSMFzvc.99