Episode 95: Body Horror with Preston Fassel

I know that when I die somebody’s going to sell my flesh on the black market, one of my awful distant relatives. That’s why I smoke and drink, so I taste bitter and no one gets any pleasure out of my death.” She takes a quick drag and says, “Today I’m the butcher, tomorrow I might be the cattle.

Augustina Bazterrica, Tender is the flesh

I was joined by author Preston Fassel author Our Lady of the Inferno and the upcoming, The Despicable Fantasies of Quentin Sergenov to talk about body horror. We talk about the dangers of straight-razor shaving, that one time Preston bought some sketchy pre-workout and of course books that bring on the bodily harm.

Books Mentioned:

Final Girl Spotify Playlist

Preston chose Dire Straits “Skate Away” for the playlist . Check it out here! Also check out Preston’s playlist for his debut novel, Our Lady of the Inferno.

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