TIH 160: John Langan on House of Windows, Best Places to Submit Horror Fiction, and Red Line Technique

TIH 160 John Langan on House of Windows, Best Places to Submit Horror Fiction, and Red Line Technique

In this podcast John Langan talks about the re-release of House of Windows, the best places to submit horror fiction, and the red line technique.

About John Langan

John Langan is the author of two novels, The Fisherman (Word Horde 2016) and House of Windows (Night Shade 2009), and two collections of stories, The Wide, Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies (Hippocampus 2013) and Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters (Prime 2008).

Show notes

  • [03:30] Interview start/Jake Marley, via Patreon, asks about submitting stories video
  • [09:00] The best places to submit horror fiction
  • [20:20] Using red line technique
  • [36:25] Peter Bowdidge, via Patreon, asks about John’s next novel
  • [40:05] Mike Griffin, via Patreon, asks about unfinished projects
  • [44:30] Tony McMillen, via Patreon, asks about House of Windows re-release and altering work after initial release
  • [49:40] Adam Nevill introduction
  • [53:30] Sam Cowan, via Patreon, asks about scotch recommendations
  • [57:40] Brian Asman, via Patreon, asks about the most horrific thing wielded in on a fishing pole
  • [01:00:30] Something John believes many others don’t
  • [01:08:50] Connect with John Langan
  • [01:09:45] Final thoughts

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