Today sees the launch of a new podcast series from weird renaissance author Scott Nicolay, you can read my review of his fantastic collection Ana Kai Tangata here, which will feature weekly interviews with people working in the weird/horror field. Today’s inaugural show features an interview with Livia Llewellyn, who I have raved about here in the past, which will make for a really interesting listen.

Episode One
[audio www.projectiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/tOS_1_LiviaLlewellyn_mixdown.mp3 ]

…in which horror author Livia Llewellyn discusses the evolution of her Shirley Jackson Award nominated collected Engines of Desire, the genesis of her forthcoming collection Furnace from Word Horde Press, the influence of Shakespearean tragedy, method acting, and swarming insects on her creative process, body horror and the horror of women’s bodies, the link between bad writing and bad erotica, the terrible things done to Scully’s body on the X-Files,Tales of the Black Century–the collection of dark erotica she is building story by story on Patreon, her semi-secret in-progress novel of literary erotic horror (even though literary erotic horror doesn’t officially exist), why you should be reading Peter Dubé, and hints at even darker things to come.

After today’s show Scott will be interviewing a cracking line up of authors.

30.June: Jayaprakash Satyamurphy
7.July: S.P. Miskowski
14.July: John Langan
21.July: Nicole Cushing
28.July: Silvia Moreno-Garcia

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