The Great Lakes Horror Company is a horror and speculative fiction themed podcast with a focus on writers and the written word, founded by members of the Ontario Chapter of the Horror Writers Association and now produced by LibraryoftheDamned.com. Expect exciting guests, rotating hosts, interviews, round-table discussions, reviews, news, writing tips and more on this monthly talk show.

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The Great Lakes Horror Company is produced by Sephera Giron, Monica S. Kuebler and Andrew Robertson, featuring additional interviews from contributors Jason White and Bill Snyder. Our theme music comes courtesy of Leslea Keurvorst.

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EPISODES

Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 033 – On Mentoring, with Linda Addison
On this month's show, Jason White talks to four-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author and poet Linda Addison, who also took home the Mentor of the Year award at this year's banquet. Linda joins us to discuss mentoring and mentorships and the rewards of both, as well as her experiences working with developing writers.

Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 032 – Interview with Grady Hendrix
GLHC's Monica S. Kuebler in conversation with Paperbacks From Hell author Grady Hendrix about horror fiction of the '70s and '80s, in advance of the Toronto Paperbacks From Hell Live! event. Get tickets at: https://www.universe.com/events/paperbacks-from-hell-live-tickets-VFYTW1?ref=universe-discover

Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 031 – Weird Fiction Special
GLHC's Jason White in conversation with acclaimed weird fiction authors Laird Barron and John Langan.

Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 030 – Plagiarism and Copyright
Danann Hawes, Sephera Giron and Monica S. Kuebler tackle the thorny issues of plagiarism and copyright in this round-table discussion that seeks to demystify the legal issues surrounding borrowing text and ideas from other creators, with a particular eye to the horror genre and the various scandals it's endured.

Great Lakes Horror Company – Bonus Episode – Pride Month Special Pt.2
In part two of our special Pride Month edition of the GLHC podcast, Andrew Robertson interviews queer horror writer J. Daniel Stone, who writes from NYC where he was born and raised. He is the author of the urban horror novels The Absence of Light and Blood Kiss, and the forthcoming collection of dark short stories Lovebites and Razorlines.The two discuss The Exorcist, book collections, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Mark Z. Danielewski, cover art, Villepede Publications, music for writing and the struggle to get genuine queer characters into mainstream horror.