TIH 302: Joseph D’Lacey on Phasmid, Wim Hof Breathing Method and Meditation, and MEAT

TIH 302 Joseph D’Lacey on Phasmid, Wim Hof Breathing Method and Meditation, and MEAT

In this podcast Joseph D’Lacey talks about Phasmid, Wim Hof Breathing Method and Meditation, MEAT, and much more.

About Joseph D’Lacey

Joseph D’Lacey writes horror, SF & fantasy, often with environmental themes, and is best known for his unsettling novel, Meat. Other books to-date include Garbage Man, Snake Eyes, The Kill Crew, The Failing Flesh, Blood Fugue, Black Feathers, The Book of the Crowman, and Splinters—a collection of short stories. He won the British Fantasy Award for Best Newcomer in 2009. He also writes children’s stories with his daughter.

Show notes

  • [03:20] Choosing the unseen title for Phasmid
  • [19:20] Open to working with other small presses again?
  • [25:50] Mental health benefits and liberation going self published
  • [36:10] Wim Hof Breathing Method and meditation
  • [40:00] Health disclaimer
  • [44:35] Managing financially
  • [54:25] Theresa Derwin, via Patreon, asks about british launch event of Joseph D’Lacey books
  • [56:26] Traci Kenworth, via Patreon, asks about independent publishing
  • [57:05] Personal philosophies
  • [58:50] Looking back at MEAT
  • [01:09:35] What Joseph hopes people say when he’s not in the room
  • [01:12:15] Connect with Joseph
  • [01:12:55] Final thoughts

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