Well, having listened to the first two episodes, I have to say that Still Lives, a new, pastoral apocalyptic podcast, is a gem of a discovery.
The Grey Rooms Podcast Reviewed by A.L. Kersel The first mistake I made when listening to The Grey Rooms Podcast was listening to the opening of episode one while eating lunch. The second mistake I made was listening to the rest while walking back from a photography session in my local cemetery. Seriously. Every flicker... Continue Reading →
Fans of Neil Gaiman and Clive Barker will really enjoy this haunting, refreshingly strange novel. Part ghost story, part cautionary dystopian narrative, and glossed with a fine veneer of magical realism, The Children’s Home is a modern fairytale in the oldest sense of the word.
This weekend, I finally had a chance to listen to the first episode of Calling Darkness, a new horror-comedy podcast written by S.H. Cooper and Gemma Amor. The story chronicles the adventures of six young women who gather at the mysterious Crowe House for a seminar on acting -- and accidentally summon a demon in the process.
If a good short story is like a piece of expensive chocolate, then Ken Liu’s short story collection, The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories, is like an exquisite boxed assortment of the finest truffles.
Special staff interview with the audio engineer, marketing manager, and resident dog mom of D&S, Kristina Manente!