In this episode Jeamus Wilkes interviews writer and poet Grace Horton, and covers everything from caulrophobia, the underground literary scene, and pulling things from people (and there just might be a ghost in there).
The scoop on Grace:
Grace Horton is a 29 year old EDM enthusiast who, like many other EDM enthusiasts, woke up Colorado one day and decided to stay there. Her most popular topics are trauma, horror, and pineapples.
She has a MFA in Writing from Naropa University and has been published in Bombay Gin and the 2017 SWP Guerilla Literary Magazine.
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In this second episode, Jeamus interviews author and journalist Josh Schlossberg. Check out his horror work and give Josh some love by sinking your fangs into Josh's Worst Nightmare, and go like his page on Facebook. Do it now. This is a damned fine writer who mixes it up with the macabre. Later in the episode we have a brief discussion about the very big subject of American Folk Horror.
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