On Mentoring, with LINDA ADDISON

December 17, 2017 The Librarian 0

Can you believe we’ve reached the end of the year already? Nope, we can’t either. But here we are, at episode 33 of the Great Lakes Horror Company podcast, our last one of the year. Thanks to everyone who has tuned in over the past twelve months, I hope our show has both taught you something (about genre writing or the biz of genre writing) and entertained you. You may have noticed we’ve been toying [READ MORE]

GRADY HENDRIX Schools Us on ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction

November 20, 2017 The Librarian 0

The weather is getting colder outside, but snow isn’t the only thing that’s coming to town. Grady Hendrix, author of the essential 2017 non-fiction book Paperbacks From Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction, drops by the podcast in advance of next week’s Paperbacks From Hell Live! stop at the Royal Cinema to teach us all about the era of excess with its savage beasts, occult demons, outrageous sex and penchant for [READ MORE]

GLHC gets Weird with LAIRD BARRON and JOHN LANGAN

October 13, 2017 The Librarian 2

The Great Lakes Horror Company is back with a special on Weird Fiction, featuring the podcast’s Jason White in conversation with a pair of titans of the subgenre: John Langan (The Fisherman, The Wide Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies) and Laird Barron (The Croning, The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All). This super-sized episode runs more than a hundred minutes, so brew yourself a pot of coffee and settle in for the strange. Listen below, or [READ MORE]

Sex and Slaughter on the GLHC podcast? Tune in now!

April 13, 2017 The Librarian 0

The GREAT LAKES HORROR COMPANY podcast is back from its re-structuring hiatus with some new faces and a new monthly schedule (with occasional bonus episodes). It’s also now an official Library of the Damned production. The recent changes see show creator Andrew Robertson taking a leave from the podcast to focus on the Group Hex series of horror anthologies. Sephera Giron has filled the vacancy and joins Monica S. Kuebler as co-producer of the show, and [READ MORE]