In this podcast Eddie Generous talks about his first experiences writing, dropping out of school, studying journalism, and much more.
Eddie Generous is the author of Radio Run (novel, Severed Press 2018), Dead is Dead, but Not Always (collection, Hellbound Books 2018), and Camp Summit (novel, DBP 2019). He is the founder/editor/publisher/artist behind Unnerving and Unnerving Magazine, and the host of the Unnerving Podcast. He lives on the Pacific Coast of Canada with his wife and their cat overlords.
- [02:00] Life lessons growing up
- [05:30] Interest in hip hop
- [10:30] Child’s Play and initial interest in horror
- [17:30] Directors and filmmakers who use horror to ‘learn’ how to make films
- [37:50] First experiences writing and reading
- [46:20] Dropping out of high school then going to college to study journalism
- [01:04:20] Writing start
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