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.
You can listen to the Great Lakes Horror Company on iTunes, Google Music and Stitcher.
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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Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 041 – Everybody Wants to F*ck the Vampire
Elaine Pascale and Nancy Kilpatrick return for the second installment of this special Women in Horror Month two-parter about the eternal appeal (and seductive allure) of the vampire.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 040 – Do the Undead Pay Taxes?
In the first installment of this special Women in Horror Month two-parter, authors Elaine Pascale and Nancy Kilpatrick take an in-depth look at writing vampire stories in the modern age. Do bloodsuckers still have bite in 2020? Elaine and Nancy investigate.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 039 – Top Horror Content Creators
On this special Halloween bonus episode, regular contributor Jason White takes us on a tour of the YouTube shows and podcasts that all devotees of horror fiction should be devouring.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 038 – Michael Rowe
After a long hiatus, the Great Lakes Horror Company returns! Join Andrew Robinson in conversation with October novelist Michael Rowe, as the pair discuss coming out, bullying, the horrors of childhood, and much more. October is available now from Chizine Publications – https://chizinepub.com/michael-rowe .
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 037 – Christopher Golden
Welcome to episode 37, brought to you by Library of the Damned. This week we are joined by Christopher Golden where we discuss his 25th year anniversary writing professionally, his role at Necon, the writers retreat he's organizing with fellow author James A. Moore at the Trapp Family Lodge in Vermont, editing anthologies, how to sell an anthology, the importance of diversity in anthologies, his Christmas themed anthology Hark! The Heralds Angels scream, and so much more, including an exclusive announcement! Listen to find out what that announcement is!