Clark Roberts isn’t shy about his love for Stephen King. In this book, Clark Roberts pays respect and gives admirtaion towards the legendary writer, citing him as a source of inspiration. Inspiration is putting it lightly. From the first story to the last, I could see the King (as well as a few other big names) influence in prose, subject matter, and story telling, as … Continue reading Led by Beasts by Clark Roberts
“Are you okay?” I ask my roommate, Toni, as I enter our living room. “Yes, I’m fine. Why?” she responds from her seat on the couch, not looking up from the television. “Well, I just heard you sneezing, and I just…” She looks at me, her face expressionless. “I’m fine. It’s just the dust. I’ll vacuum later.” She looks back at the television. “Sure. We … Continue reading Meat by Belinda Brady
Are YouTubers ripping off horror writers? You bet your ass they are, and we’re going to talk about that and more. Listen to “YouTubers Ripping Off Writers, Netflix Locke & Key Thoughts, and Satanists Stuff” on Spreaker. Continue reading Are YouTubers Ripping Off Writers?
Chris Miller comes on the Deadman’s Tome podcast to talk about his new book The Damned Ones, a follow-up to his well-received The Damned Place. Twenty-six years after The Damned Place, Jim Dalton is now chief of police in the formerly sleepy town of Winnsboro, where a series of brutal murders leads him to believe something insidious is lurking just beneath the surface. As he … Continue reading Deadman’s Tome Podcast – Chris Miller
Joe R Lansdale was on the Deadman’s Tome podcast and he had some things to say about writing that many writers ought to hear! Continue reading What Does Joe R Lansdale Have to Say About Your Work?
Let’s talk about writing race and culture. Can a writer write about a race or culture different from her own? Continue reading Can a White Author Write about Non-White Characters?