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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Great Lakes Horror Company – Bonus Episode – Pride Month Special Pt.1
Our first-ever bonus episode! Pt.1 of our Pride Month Special features host Andrew Robertson in conversation with author/journalist Michael Rowe.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 029 – Stoker Award Winners Special 2017
Our annual Stoker Awards special! The 2017 edition features Jason White in conversation with Best First Novel winner Tom Deady (Haven) and Monica S. Kuebler in conversation with Best YA Novel winner Maria Alexander (Snowed).
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 028 – Rejection Letters
This month we discuss the pains and perils of rejection letters with our panel of experts, including Sephera Giron, Julianne Snow, Danann Hawes and Andrew Robertson. Also! Jason White in conversation with author John Palisano.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 027 – Sex and Slaughter
Welcome to our Sex and Slaughter episode, featuring a round-table discussion with erotic horror authors Sephera Giron, Nancy Kilpatrick and Megan Hart, plus Jason White puts Lucy Taylor and Nancy Kilpatrick in the hot seat in a pair of one-on-one interviews.
Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 026 – Women in Horror Month Special
Join us for our 2017 Women in Horror Month Special, featuring a topical round-table discussion with female horror authors Julianne Snow, Nancy Kilpatrick, Sephera Giron, Suzanne Church and Crystal Bourque, and an interview with artist Arinn Westendorf, courtesy of Brian Clement.