Listeners of the show wanted Mr. Deadman to chat with Ben Arzate, and I can see why. Ben Arzate produces intriguing poetry with a dark and brutal delivery. I appreciate the unapologetic approach and the willingness to deliver raw, disturbing prose. Mr. Arzate’s poetry is a reality check and while many like to read to escape their troubles, many can benefit from a good ole fashion reality check.
What’s a reality check? A reality check is when you get the bratty kids the car to go take a trip down to the third ward. Why? To understand the value of what they have, the reason for the daily grind, and the struggle that happens while they pout and complain about not getting what they want.
That’s what Ben Arzate’s poetry does.
The show is tonight at tonight at 9:30PM CST. Call ins welcomed. Use 7136365637 to dial in or find Mr. Deadman on Skype using Legato10@swbell.net
Because it’s Deadman’s Tome Story Time, which means crazy Mr. Deadman or one of his friends is going to read you a little story or two. We promise that theses stories will replace that dull boredom that’s in your heart and with good ole fashion, bone chilling fear!
Don’t believe me? I know you’re curious. You give me five minutes of your time, and I promise you’ll stay for the whole show.
Clark Roberts meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about his work, horror, and conspiracies! This Saturday at 9:30PM CST
Catch the show live to win free print copies Deadman’s Tome The Conspiracy Issue! How do I win free print copies? Easy, either comment on the episode during the live show with why YOU should get one or call in during the live show.
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Clark Roberts writes mostly short stories in the genres of horror and fantasy. His fiction has appeared in over twenty publications including Dark Recesses Press, Anotherealm, Nocturnal Ooze, and even Deadman’s Tome.
Are you ready to learn about African Horror? Nuzo Onoh (A.K.A. “The Queen of African Horror”) meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about how she got into writing and story telling, her cultural influences, and all things African Horror!
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