I wrote a little while ago about Scott Nicolay‘s collection Ana Kai Tangata and quite how great it is. Well, good new -for me at least- as Scott has a new book coming out this October from King Shot Press. The book is called Noctuidae and has been described as a kaiju story as written by Beckett. Which is, obviously, all sorts of exciting. Adding to just how fantastic a piece of news this is is the fact that this is a collaboration with Portland artist Kim Bo Yung and you can see some of her concept art below.

Scott gave a quick interview recently to the Project I Radio folks and you can hear that below where he talks about Noctuidae, co-writing his tribute to Laird Barron with his freight train hopping hobo son, and explains -probably for the thousandth time- how to pronounce Ana Kai Tangata.

[audio http://media.blubrry.com/respawn/p/www.projectiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Scott-Nicolay.mp3 ]

kim bo yung



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