We are just one or two days (depending on your time zone) away from the launch of The Girl in the Video, the debut novella by This Is Horror Founder Michael David Wilson. And how strange to release a debut during a global pandemic. But that’s not going to stop us putting on quite the show. We are presenting to you wonderful people, the first live This Is Horror Podcast since episode 100 with David Moody. Here’s what you’re going to get:
Conversation, readings, book giveaways, and an interactive chatroom with This Is Horror Podcast hosts, Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella. But it would be neither much of a party nor a launch without the help of some very special guests. Joining This Is Horror hosts will be our dear friends and super-talented writers and podcasters, Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera of The Ladies of the Fright.
Here are further details.
28 April 2020. 5–7 pm (Pacific). 7–9 pm (Central). 8–10 pm (Eastern).
29 April 2020. 1–3 am (UK). 9–11 am (Japan).
Head over to https://mixlr.com/thisishorror/ for the full experience including the live chatroom. You can sign up for mixlr or you can login via Facebook. We recommend logging in ahead of time so you don’t miss any of the show.
You should also be able to listen to it above but we recommend the link with the chatroom.
Meet The Guests
Michael David Wilson, the author of The Girl in the Video, the very book in which we’re launching. He is also the founder of the popular UK horror website, podcast, and publisher, This Is Horror (hang on, that’s this website). A professional writer, editor, and podcaster, Michael’s work has appeared in various publications including The NoSleep Podcast, Dark Moon Digest, LitReactor, Hawk & Cleaver’s The Other Stories, and Scream. His second novella, House of Bad Memories, lands 2021 via Grindhouse Press. You can connect with Michael on Twitter @WilsonTheWriter. For more information visit www.michaeldavidwilson.co.uk
Bob Pastorella is the author of the weird crime novella, Mojo Rising, and the zombie western short story, ‘To Watch Is Madness’. Bob is featured in Warmed & Bound: A Velvet Anthology, The Booked. Anthology, In Search of a City: Los Angeles in 1000 Words, and Borderlands 6. His fiction has been published widely both online and in print, and he is a former columnist for ManArchy Magazine and Revolt Daily. Bob lives in Southeast Texas, and is currently working on several projects including a collaborative novella with Michael David Wilson, Peeper Ritual.
Lisa Quigley is a writer, mother, wife, and irreverent witch living in New Jersey. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of California Riverside’s low residency program in Palm Desert. She reads and writes horror and dark fantasy because that’s what makes her feel the most raw. Her work has appeared on The Manifest Station and Dwarf + Giant. She has a background in magazine publishing, and she is a professor of literature. Her debut novella, Hell’s Bells will be out in May 2020.
Mackenzie Kiera is the author of 30+ articles, essays and short stories. She has been a contributing author for Gamut Magazine and The Last Bookstore’s Dwarf+Giant, where she reviewed books and interviewed various authors. Currently she is working on her second novel and is a contributor to The Mighty. If she’s not writing or reading Mackenzie is either running with her rescue dogs or she and her husband are saving the world from zombies. Mackenzie’s work can be found at mackenziekiera.contently.com.
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This Is Horror Books
This Is Horror Books on Kindle Unlimited and Amazon
- They Don’t Come Home Anymore by T.E. Grau
- A House at the Bottom of a Lake by Josh Malerman
- The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud
- The Elvis Room by Stephen Graham Jones
- Water For Drowning by Ray Cluley
- Chalk by Pat Cadigan
- Roadkill by Joseph D’Lacey