TOD 093 Quarantine Readings: Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller

The Outer Dark presents Quarantine Readings by Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller. This episode’s content was recorded on Sat. Feb. 13 and Tues. Feb. 16, 2021. 

Show Notes

The Outer Dark Quarantine Reading series continues with  Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller (0:42:09). Nadia reads the beginning of her story ‘Some Girls Wander by Mistake’ (Uncertainties, Vol., IV, Swan River Press, 2020) (0:11:38) and Eric  reads the complete short story ‘Smoke, Ash and Whatever Comes After’ (0:50:45) originally published in Black Static (Jan.-Feb. 2017) and reprinted in The Dark #32 (Jan. 2018). They also share their experiences with lockdown living, their writing and publishing news, and their own quarantine reading recommendations. Be sure to scroll down to Additional Links to find out more. This episode’s content was recorded on Sat. Feb. 13 and Tues. Feb. 16, 2021. 

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Additional Links

TOD 024 Nadia Bulkin: Mechanisms of Upheaval

TOD 002 Eric Schaller: Meet Me in the Middle of The Weird and V.H. Leslie: The Author’s House Has Many Rooms

TOD 073 Quarantine Readings: Michael Wehunt and Damien Angelica Walters (includes Gwendolyn Kiste’s  film review of Shirley [2020])

Wiki: List of people who disappeared mysteriously: pre-1970

Wiki: List of people who disappeared mysteriously: post-1970

‘Book of a lifetime: The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles’ (The Independent, 2012)

Women in Horror Month (blog post, Nadia Bulkin)

@NadiaBulkin (Twitter)

Beyond Black by Hilary Mantel (Picador, excerpt here)

Last Days by Adam Nevill (St Martin’s, excerpt here)

Antisocieties by Michael Cisco (Grimscribe Press, May 2021)

Simon Strantzas

TOD 078 Quarantine Readings: Inna Effress, Matthew M. Bartlett, Jon Padgett

Ambergris Omnibus by Jeff VanderMeer (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 2020)

Dim Shores Presents, Vol. 1  (2020)

The Brood by Stephen R. Bissette (Midnight Movie Monographs, PS Publishing)

The Brood (1979, Dir. David Cronenberg) trailer

Absolute Swamp Thing (DC Comics)

Kay Nielsen: 1001 Nights (Taschen)

Kay Nielsen: East of the Sun andWest of the Moon (Taschen)

R. Crumb Sketchbook Vol, 1 (Taschen)

Show Credits

Hosts/Producers: Scott Nicolay and Anya Martin

Co-Host, News from The Weird: Justin Steele

Co-Host, Reviews from The Weird: Gordon B. White

Symposium Assistant Director: Melanie Crew

Symposium Programming Coordinator: Jess Lewis

Symposium Logistics: Melissa Eisner

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Music: Michael Griffin

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