Drew Blood’s Dark Tales
Here a fantastic reading of three of my stories: Junkman, Nature of the Business, and They Wait Underground. YouTube link here.
Talking With Kimberly Davis Basso
I had a live interview with the awesome Kimberly Davis Basso (who wrote the fantastic horror collection (Next Door) all about Apartment 239, self-publishing, and real-life ghost stories. Check it out!
Bubble Bath with Baph
I’ve been on a few podcasts, but this was my most unhinged experience and I loved every minute of it. At some point, I do read my story A Texas Halloween. Damien Casey, Adam Hulse, Kyra Torres, and I all allow this one to go off the rails and we’re all better for it. Check it out!
Author William Sterling has a really fun podcast where he sits down with horror authors to talk about a specific medium. With me, we discussed how things “cabin in the woods” from the Evil Dead to the Friday the 13th game and beyond.
The great Steve Stred, author of Mastodon, asked me three questions as part of his interview series.
I got the chance to talk to Max Booth III on the Ghoulish Podcast about a subject near and dear to my heart: the North American Wood Ape. We talk about Bigfoot, urban legends, and more!
Staring Into The Abyss
Staring in the Abyss is just the best. Richard Gerlach, Matt Brandenburg, and I talk about Joe R Lansdale’s gory, grimy, and heartbreaking look at the world post-nuclear apocalypse, Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man’s Back. I also find out about the short film Possibly in Michigan and as of now, I am not the same.
I recently talked to Eric Raglin on his podcast Cursed Morsels. The podcast is dedicated to short horror fiction, and Eric is the author of one of my favorite collections, Nightmares Yearnings.
Voices From The Mausoleum
I was so excited to have two of my short stories, The Church on Bethel Cannon Road and The House Beyond The Creek, read on the Voices From The Mausoleum podcast.
Interview With Richard Fulco
I answered author Richard Fulco’s five questions on his blog!
Interview From Author Rebecca Crunden
Rebecca Crunden, photographer and author of The Man and The Crow, interviewed me about my experience as an indie author.
Cemetery Gates Media Society
Every month, Cemetery Gates Media hosts a short story competition, with a specific theme for every month. My featured stories include:
From 2016 -2017 I wrote reviews for the Retrograding section of DoomRocket! I’m proud of my work with them, and I still love reading their articles (and listening to their podcast). If you like comics, I can’t recommend them enough.
- Dark City
- Apocalypse Now
- Rare Exports
- Bonnie and Clyde (‘67)
- The Proposition
- Jaws 2
- Planet of the Apes (’01)
- The Mist
From 2015- 2017 I contributed a few comedy articles to Huffington Post. These are monument to the lie of “exposure” as these articles brought me no exposure, and since I didn’t get paid, they didn’t help with the electric bill. But goddamn it, I wrote them so here they are:
- Let Me Address Your Clown Panic Questions
- 13 Signs Your Mall is Dying
- A Series of Letters to Corbin, the Man Living in My Attic
- 5 Houses You Can Start Squatting in Tomorrow
- A Happy Halloween in Just 5 Steps
From 2012 to 2014, I wrote for the music review site Riffraf. They are no longer, all articles and interviews vanished into the ether. I had a chance to talk to Billy Joe Shaver, Roadies, Los Lonely Boys, Escondido, Camper Van Beethoven, and so many more. My favorite was the interview I did with my Uncle Skippey, shortly before he passed away. Riffraf is no more, but why not link to Skippey’s ReverbNation page?
So, this is from 2012 and a lot of the info is outdated now. Also, there was a definite clash between sourced material and entertaining material. But you know, still fun to write.