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Peter McKeirnon ~ Declaration of Independents Podcast #23

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“Peter is a bestselling author, screenwriter and director, known for the Death in a Northern Town book series, Justice is Red: Dawn of Red Eye and the critically acclaimed horror-comedy Youtube sitcom, Dead Town. He joins Rees to talk about his films, porno on the expenses and his career in mayonnaise taste-testing..”

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Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories

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Crystal Lake Publishing Shows How Putting Artists First Leads to Extra-Ordinary Art

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Gutted interior art by Luke Spooner

I read ‘Prime Evil’ when I was going on thirteen. Clive Barker was closing in on Stephen King in a battle to fill my young mind with wondrous worlds I didn’t know existed anywhere other than my own (dark?) thoughts. Continue reading Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories

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David Court ~ Declaration of Independents Podcast #12

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David Court is a short story author and novelist whose works have appeared in over a dozen venues.

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Adam Steiner ~ Declaration of Independents Podcast #10

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Joining Rees on the podcast for this special bonus episode is Adam Steiner, To discuss his writing, creativity and his work in mental health.

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Neil Jackson ~ Artist’s Edition Part 1

Neil Jackson & Post-Nearly Press…*How to Stab-Staple Alan Moore

Welcome to Emporium Purgatorio’s Artist’s Edition. Here we are exploring Neil Jackson’s imprint, Post-Nearly Press, particularly through the lens of his most recent work with Alan Moore, ‘Cometh the Moment, Cometh the Mandrill’.

 

Alan Moore ~ by Marcus Hislop

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