Poetry: Wild Over Tombs Does Grow by C.S.E. Cooney 06:20
Fact: Tour of the Abattoir by Mike Allen 15:52
Main Fiction: Black Glass by Gary McMahon 34:45
Narrator: Gareth Stack
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Thanks to Claire, Mike, Gary and Gareth. No. 3 is up and out there. Number 4 in the works. Still looking for stories, for narrators, for poets and academics…or just people who love this stuff and want to listen. Share the wealth. Tell a friend.
My pleasure, Larry!
C.S.E. Cooney, the only thing wrong with your poem is that is didn’t go on and on and on … for I could have listened to it forever.
I only wish all Dark Fantasy could be half as good as yours!
Absolutely great story. I don’t normally listen to or read female author’s except for horror. You rock. Thanks for the story.
” I don’t normally listen to or read female author’s except…” WTF??!! Do you normally avoid reading black authors too? Asians? Latinos? Oh, I have news for you — almost without any doubt, you have read and/or listened to several female authors who use male pseudonyms. And I bet you can’t identify which ones those are…
For all who peek here, below the Play Bar…there is C.S.E. Cooney, herself. Say hello all.
I’ll say Howdy to Cooney anytime! 😉
Aloha Terror Tribe!
Beautiful poem. I have a special warm place in my heart for child / dog bonding, and even more so for supernatural shape-shifting dog lovers and surly goth chicks guarding a graveyard.
Is that Mike’s “real” voice or his “radio/pod cast” voice? No worries, just wondering. I love that he was mentally scarred by his 3rd grad teacher reading Poe to his class for a Halloween treat. Ah, the golden days of childhood. Love it! I remember my first reading of Poe and being amazed that a “book” could hold such terror. Dark magic in the worlds, changing my little young dreams to nightmares. Such a special time in any horror fan’s life. Thanks for sharing Mike. U rawk!
I have a weakness for Goth girls. In the 90’s I had friends heavy into the vampire club scene in LA, and every once in a while I’d leave the seclusion of my art studio & I’d tag along to the clubs. Wow. What a scene. No matter how much black I’d wear or bootleg absinthe I’d drink I always felt out of my depth. So Black Glass by Gary McMahon felt weirdly real for me.
Great show! Thanks for the creeps! Keep it up Mister Larry Santoro!
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