TIH 359: Josh Malerman on Spin A Black Yarn, Making It, and Film and TV Adaptations

TIH 359 Josh Malerman on Spin A Black Yarn, Making It, and Film and TV Adaptations

In this podcast Josh Malerman talks about Spin A Black Yarn, making it, film and TV adaptations, and much more.

About Josh Malerman

Josh Malerman is the author of many books including Bird Box, Malorie, and A House at the Bottom of a Lake and the singer/songwriter for the band The High Strung.

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