In this podcast Scott Nicolay talks about the connection between weird fiction and noir, first experiences with stories, the forthcoming anthology from April Moon Books, Monsters, Rebuilt, and much more.
About Scott Nicolay
Scott Nicolay writes weird fiction and hosts The Outer Dark, winner of the This Is Horror Podcast of the Year 2015. Scott won the 2015 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction, and is the author of Ana Kai Tangata: Tales of the Outer the Other the Damned and the Doomed. His second collection of stories, And at My Back I Always Hear, is due for release in 2017.
- [04:00] Interview start
- [04:40] First experiences with story
- [13:05] Using experiences and people within fiction
- [14:10] First story wrote
- [29:50] The Cthulhu Inside Me
- [34:55] Lok’aa’ Ch’egai Mountain Poems: Poems from a Sheepherder’s Journal/Monsters, Rebuilt anthology
- [38:45] Early publishing lessons
- [53:30] Aliens
- [01:00:15] Jake Marley, via Patreon, asks about length of stories and pre-writing planning
The ‘famous’ Nintendo Game
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