Episode 67: Coming of Age Horror with Tracy Robinson

“It was the most beautiful and horrible thing I’d ever seen, watching her become all that she was meant to be.”

Gwendolyn Kiste, The Rust Maidens

I talked with Tracy from Sci-Fi and Scary and Ladies of Horror Fiction to talk about one of the horror community’s favorite sub-genre, coming of age stories. Listen to our chat about what we have been reading and some of our favorite coming of age movies and books.

This episode is brough to you by Macmillan Audio’s production of The Shadows by Alex North, available wherever you get books and audiobooks.

Books Mentioned:

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Tracy picked “Paint It Black” by The Rolling Stones. Check it out here!

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