In this podcast T.E. Grau talks about The Nameless Dark, screenwriting, technology, dark fiction and much more.
About T.E. Grau
T.E. Grau is an author of dark fiction whose work has been featured in dozens of anthologies, magazines, literary journals, and audio platforms. The Nameless Dark, his first collection of short fiction, was released in July 2015 by Lethe Press. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
- [01:50] Interview start
- [02:15] Initial interest in horror
- [06:35] Screenwriting’s influence on fiction writing
- [08:22] ‘Expat’
- [10:10] Crossing genres
- [15:00] The release of The Nameless Dark
- [17:45] Cover art
- [35:50] Writing process
- [38:10] Best piece of writing advice
- [43:50] Best things happening in dark fiction today
- [53:20] Advantages and disadvantages of technology for writers and readers
- [56:50] British scene
- [58:10] New T.E. Grau release in 2016
- [01:02:25] Connect with T.E. Grau
- [01:03:00] Writers that intimidate Grau
- [01:05:50] Competition time
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