In this podcast Bob Pastorella talks about his latest projects including his first novella, Mojo Rising, and his inclusion in Borderlands 6.
About Bob Pastorella
Bob Pastorella lives in Southeast Texas. He’s the author of ‘To Watch Is Madness’, and has been featured in The Booked. Anthology, Warmed & Bound: A Velvet Anthology, and In Search of A City: Los Angeles In 1000 Words. A staff writer for ManArchy Magazine, Bob’s short fiction has appeared in numerous publications. Bob is currently writing a horror/crime novel.
- [01:55] Catching up with Bob Pastorella
- [03:57] First novella, Mojo Rising
- [17:10] Promotional ideas for Mojo Rising
- [23:55] World Fantasy Award and HP Lovecraft
- [36:10] Borderlands anthology
- [45:20] Book recommendations
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