We talk with Kathe Koja, author of THE CIPHER (which won the Bram Stoker Award) and other novels. Kathe is also an immersive playwright; her play DRACULA just had a sold-out run. With panelists Pete Rawlik, Joe Pulver, Matthew Carpenter, Salome Jones, Rick Lai, and me, Mike Davis.
February is Women in Horror Month. There's no question that there are many talented women writers in weird fiction and Lovecraftian horror, and on this episode, we talk with a few of them: Damien Angelica Walters, Nadia Bulkin, and Gemma Files. With panelists Rick Lai, Pete Rawlik, Joe Pulver, and me, Mike Davis.
In which we discuss multiple topics:
Panelist Rick Lai's recent Robert E. Howard Foundation award nomination for his article "The Secret Son of Bran Mak Morn". In Rick's words, the article "deals with Worms of the Earth, an occult detective series by Jack Mann, Arthur Machen's Little People stories and the legends of fairies under the Earth. Ironically, some of this material ties into Robert Levy's THE GLITTERING WORLD."