Authors and Interviews

Episode 13 Amir Amed

Amir Amed is a grad student in Toronto, dreaming of using writing to avoid honest work. In his spare time, he helps put together the Record Series, an e-book anthology collection chronicling the highs, lows, and petty grievances of a group of writers in the Greater Toronto Area.

Visit his Smashwords profile page here

Hear more from Sam Chin, this episode’s vocal talent at his You Tube channel:

Episode 12 C.S. Fuqua

C.S. Fuqua is a versatile author and poet with many titles that have appeared in “Year’s Best” collections. Learn more about his work on his website.

Mark Hartley, director of Patrick, is also the director of the documentary Not Quite Hollywood about Australian exploitation cinema.

Sam Ingrafia is an actor, writer and producer of films including Wages of Sin discussed in this episode.


Episode 11 K.R. Helms and Jacqui Holland


K.R. Helms is the author of the short story collect The Postmortem Scrapbook, which features Episode 11 story “In the Land of the Blind, The Man With One Eye Has No Depth Perception.” His work has appeared in more than 20 publications including The HorrorZine and 69 Flavors of Paranoia. His other titles include 

Jacqui Holland

Apocalycious: Satire of the Dead.

Actress and producer Jacqui Holland has appeared in films including Silent But Deadly and Sorority Party Massacre and her upcoming films The Mangled andWalking With the Dead. She’s just formed her own production company, dedicated to developing horror films that twist the mind and keep the viewer thinking after the end credits. Her love of horror led her to name her dog Damien when she was a child.

Episode 10 Avery Debow and Jim Towns


Avery Debow is the the author of the novel Resonance, and, in addition to writing dark fantasy, she is also the badass blocker and jammer for the Salisbury Roller Girls.

Avery’s novel Resonance is available now from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other outlets. Visit her website Hell and Wheels.

House of Bad

Jim Towns is a native of Pittsburgh, and he is the director and co-writer of House of Bad discussed in this episode as well as the filmStiff and Prometheus Triumphant, devised in the style of Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligary. 

Check out House of Bad on Facebook and Twitter. It’s release date is Dec. 3, 2013 and can be pre-ordered now on Amazon.

Episode 6 Amy Grech

AoMEcvrThmbAmy Grech is the author of a host of short stories published in a variety of horror publications. She has published 100 horror stories. She is a New Yorker, and collections of her stories include Blanket of White and Apple of My Eye.

She is also an award winning horror website designer. Learn more about Amy’s work at her website Crimson Screams.

Episode 5 Pamela K. Kinney

Haunted Virginia

Haunted Virginia

Pamela K. Kinney is an author of published horror, science fiction, fantasy, horror, poetry, and the nonfiction book, Haunted Richmond, Virginia, published by Schiffer Publishing, along with Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths and True Tales from Schiffer Publishing, too. Using the pseudonym, Sapphire Phelan, she has published erotic and sweet paranormal/fantasy/science fiction romance, along with poetry and couple of erotic horror stories, one, a Lovecraftian novella, Unwitting Sacrifice, published by Under the Moon, now available. She also has done acting on stage and in films, plus is a costumer.

Find out more about her at: or at either of her MySpaces: or

Episode 4 Michael Laimo

fires-rising-smMichael Laimo is a Bram Stoker nominated author and his books include The Demonologist, Dead Souls, Atmosphere, Fires Rising, Deep In The Darkness and much more. Deep in the Darkness has been optioned for film by Burning Grounds Motion Entertainment, and is currently in pre-production. Plans are to begin shooting in the summer of 2007, for a 2008 release. A number of his short stories have been optioned as well.

Visit Michael’s website for updates and to read more about his work.

Episode 3 M.F. Korn and David Mathew

creatureDavid Mathew lives to the north of London and is the author of more than 600 published pieces of fiction and non-fiction. He is the author of Paranoid Landscapes (2006), and his forthcoming novels are O My Days! and Dreadnought Flex. As a day job he writes on the subjects of education and healthcare.

MF Korn is from Louisiana. His output includes twelve novels and 245 short stories.  He is currently working on his second screenplay. Three of his books are mentioned in the annual Year’s Best Horror and two books mentioned in the Mammoth Book of New Horror.  He just had a short story mentioned in the recent and final annual Year’s Best Horror.   He enjoys playing piano, mostly Rachmaninoff, Gershwin and also Ragtime.  He is teaching his twelve year old daughter to play the piano.

M.F. and David have just sold a collaborative novel called Creature Feature to Brownstreet Press so watch for that soon.

Visit M.F.’s website or his blog.

Episode 2 Wayne Allen Sallee

Wayne’s blog is Frankenstein 1959, a regular glimpse inside his brilliant mind with glimpses of Chicago.  He’s the author of The Holy Terror, Fiends By Torchlight and he’s writing Joy Motel, a novel on Twitter. Wayne is a five-time Bram Stoker award finalist and his work has been spotlighted in 10 installments of the Year’s Best Horror. Shop for Wayne’s work at

Episode 1 Charles Gramlich

Cold in the LightLook for Charles online at Razored Zen where you’ll find great insights on writing, great books and much more.

His novels include the horror novel  Cold in the Light and the fantasy  Talera Trilogy.

Charles is also the author of numerous short stories, poems and critical essays and articles.

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