About tales to terrify
tales to terrify delivers the finest short horror fiction straight into your ears each and every week.
Since 2012, Tales to Terrify has curated the best short horror fiction from established and emerging writers, and turned each story into simple, spine-tingling audio.
We’re a volunteer-run podcast. Our staff and narrators do what we do because we’re passionate about horror and bringing creepy tales to life for you, our listeners.
Writer and designer, editor and inventor, brewer and narrator, Drew’s been called a lot of things in his career – some nicer than others. By day he spins stories with words and pictures as an advertising copywriter and creative director. But by the light of the moon, he can be found weaving tales for sound and screen, and alchemizing bubbly brews with hops and barley.
He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada with his son and a menagerie of small creatures. Discover more about Drew at www.idrewthis.ca.
Seth Williams is of course a human with a normal human job and, being totally human, of course has a spouse and pets. When not doing completely normal human things she… he, human gender pronouns are so confusing, can be heard as a regular narrator for Far Fetched Fables. He can also be found as both a narrator and Associate Editor at Tales to Terrify. All communications can be directed to www.theboojum.org.
Pete Morsellino is an aspiring writer, editor, and crafter. Based in sunny Upstate NY, Pete spends his days making things from words and wood.
Meredith Morgenstern is a space princess, second-generation geek, and voracious reader. She loves knitting, hates driving, and her Patronus is a dragon holding a glass of wine. Meredith is a member of HWA, and has been published in TALES TO TERRIFY, STAR SHIP SOFA, and GRIEVOUS ANGEL. Her preferred pronounces are she/her/Mrs. Dameron. She lives with her children in New Jersey in a house that’s probably haunted. Follow her on Twitter @MLMorgenstern.
Joule Zelman moved to the Pacific Northwest from New Jersey five years ago, but she’s encountered neither Sasquatch nor the Jersey Devil. At the age of five, though, she was convinced a demon named Cat’s-Eyes lived inside the water heater. She loves embroidering, improvising, bird-spotting, and imagining what it’d be like to be Ellen Ripley. When not trying to scare herself and other people, she contributes film and theater reviews to The Stranger. Find her at: blog.joulezelman.net