In this podcast Alan Baxter talks about Served Cold, profanity, short story collections, and much more.
About Alan Baxter
Alan Baxter is a multi-award-winning author of horror, supernatural thrillers, and dark fantasy. He’s also a martial arts expert, a whisky-soaked swear monkey, and dog lover. He creates dark, weird stories among dairy paddocks on the beautiful south coast of NSW, Australia where he lives with his wife, son and hound. Check out the Alan Baxter website or find him on Twitter @AlanBaxter and Facebook.
- [03:20] Conversation start
- [05:30] Major changes since we last spoke with Alan Baxter
- [08:00] Profanity
- [11:30] Outrage over swearing
- [21:05] Served Cold collection
- [25:35] Edits and going back-and-forth
- [34:30] Crow Shine and Served Cold modes and aesthetic
- [43:35] Title story in Served Cold
- [57:20] Relationship with Jack Dan
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