In this podcast Alan Baxter talks about horror as a dirty word, being the master of dark fantasy, the supernatural, and much more.
About Alan Baxter
Alan Baxter is an author of supernatural thrillers and urban horror. Known worldwide as The Master of Dark Fantasy. Kung Fu instructor. Personal Trainer. Motorcyclist. Dog lover. Gamer. Heavy metal fan. Britstralian. Zetetic.
- [03:00] The master of dark fantasy
- [16:00] Problems with horror as a dirty word
- [21:00] Great horror films recently released
- [48:15] Why attracted to the supernatural
- [01:06:45] John Paul Fitch, via Patreon, asks about the strange man and the wet clothes
- [01:11:50] Roger Venable, via Patreon, asks which two writers he would bring to survive his own story plot
- [01:16:35] What frightens Alan
- [01:20:50] Connect with Alan
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