RICHARD

MICHAEL

FEATURED STORY:

'THE VOICE IN THE GARDEN'

Ep. 75

Richard Michael is a Clinical Laboratory Scientist living in Summerville, South Carolina; originally from Long Island, New York.

Although not yet published (at the time of this bio) he is

a passionate lover of horror who takes great pleasure in writing horror fiction.

Links:

reddit page

P.L.

mcmillan

FEATURED STORY:

'THAT WHICH THE OCEAN GIVES AND TAKES AWAY'

Ep. 77

P.L. McMillan is an accomplished horror writer whose stories have appeared in a wide array of anthologies and magazines. To her, every shadow is an entry way to a deeper look into the black heart of the world and every night she rides with the mocking and friendly ghouls on the night-wind, bringing back dark stories to share with those brave enough to read them. You can find out more about her here:

Website

Facebook

Twitter

FEATURED STORY:

'THE MOUTH THAT OPENS'

Ep. 78

 Logan Noble is a horror and science fiction writer who lives in Ohio with his wife and his two dogs. His short stories have appeared in a number of anthologies and magazines, including Pickman’s Gallery, Miskatonic Dreams, Déraciné Magazine, and Sanitarium Magazine.

His work can be found at his website:

 

 logannobleauthor.com

TIM

CURRAN

FEATURED STORY:

'SCRATCHING FROM THE OUTER DARKNESS'

Ep. 81

Official site:

 

corpseking.com

CHARLOTTE

PERKINS GILMAN

FEATURED STORY:

'THE YELLOW WALLPAPER'

Ep. 84

Born July 3, 1860, died August 17, 1935. 

American feminist, lecturer, writer, and publisher who was a leading theorist of the women’s movement in the United States.

Her best known short story 'The Yellow Wallpaper' was published in 'New England Magazine' in 1892. 

 

 biography

Brittanica - Charlotte Perkins Gilman

FEATURED STORY:

'JABBERWOCKY'

Ep. 86

He wrote 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking-Glass'.

Need we say more.

FEATURED STORY:

'TERATOLOGY'

Ep. 87

Dr Forester is a UK-based emerging author and the alter ego of a former Oxford academic who has decided to swap dry scholarly prose for weird tales.