Episode 18: Queer Horror

There were screams carved on the air of his room, vital fluids dried deep within his mattress, whole lives sewn into the lining of his pillows, to be taken out and savored later.” -Poppy Z Brite “Self-Made Man”, Are You Loathesome Tonight?

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Happy Pride Month, listeners! We were so excited to be able to collaborate with Chelsea, known online as the Reading Outlaw and her podcast Not Now I’m Reading, to talk abourt Queer Horror.


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4 thoughts

  1. Great podcast! One of my favorite horror collections is “Beachside Entries / Specific Ghosts” by Peter Weltner. The first half confronts the trauma of AIDS. The second half presents several short ghost stories about men haunted by loss. Spectral presences hover throughout both halves, creating a deeply moving experience reminiscent of Shirley Jackson and Mary Wilkens Freeman.

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