In this podcast Bracken MacLeod talks about his first experiences with horror, his novel Stranded, and much more.
About Bracken MacLeod
Bracken MacLeod is the author of the novels Stranded and Mountain Home, a short story collection from ChiZine Publications titled 13 Views of the Suicide Woods, and a novella titled White Night. His new novel, Come To Dust, is coming in June 2017 from Trepidatio Publishing. He lives in New England and is currently at work on his next novel.
- [04:25] Interview start/first experiences with story/watching adult horror from six years old
- [24:55] Early desire to be a crime writer
- [36:50] The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
- [50:05] Influences on Stranded
Note: Scott Nicolay’s ‘After’ will be included in his second collection.
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