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A weekly fiction podcast featuring crime stories, noir, thrillers, mysteries, adventure and other tales of high intensity written by many of today's up-and-coming indie-writers and publishers.
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Dec 17, 2018

A resident of Germany, I interviewed speculative fiction and mystery author, Cora Buhlert on Krampus Nacht. In the midst of our interview, Cora received a visitor. I hope everything's alright.

Dec 3, 2018

Mikey Chlanda writes crime fiction. No, scratch that, he writes fireman fiction. Well, no, he writes fire fighter history. Actually, he writes it all, and luckily for us, he enjoys telling people about it.

Nov 19, 2018

In over fifty interviews, I had yet to interview an LGBTQ genre author or a romance novelist. So it's about time I killed those two birds. Meet Amy Tasukada, who also writes stories about the Japanese mafia; so, she fits right in here.

Nov 5, 2018

This is the second time Mark and I have gotten together to discuss his writing, and he had so much to add. It's amazing how much changes in the back catalog of a prolific writer like Mark in just a year's time.

Oct 22, 2018

As we reach our half century mark of fifty interviews, we chat for the third time in three consecutive Octobers with fantasy author, Joseph Malik. You'd think we'd be running out of things to talk about by now, but no.

Oct 8, 2018

In this, our most musical episode ever, I talk with author, professor, speaker, lyricist, and guy with his own Wikipedia page, Paul Levinson about his long history as a science fiction fan and author. 

Sep 24, 2018

Why does nobody write about the WWII Pacific theater from the POV of Asian characters? Actually somebody does, and you're going to love her. 

Sep 10, 2018

New author and daughter of of a well-known sci-fi author, Tina Hogan Grant stops by to talk lobster fishing, drug addiction, and taking the leap into stories fictionally based on her own lifetime of experiences.

Aug 27, 2018

How many novels in how many series in how many genres could one woman write? When that writer is Alice Sabo, the sky is the limit. 

Jul 30, 2018

This week, we're chatting with a haunt actor, an author and a cos-player, and it's all the same person. Find out how nursery rhymes and a mass ritualized suicide inspired Jackie Sonnenberg to create her new series.

Jul 16, 2018

As we begin our next series of author interviews, our first guest is speculative fiction author, Justin Bohardt. Justin is releasing the first book in a new series on the day this interview goes live, so no matter when you are listening, this interview and that series will always be the same age. 

Jan 1, 2018

In this, the last of this series of author interviews, Steven D'Adamo tells us about his upcoming fantasy adventure series. 

Dec 18, 2017

From political intrigue to cozy mysteries to space opera, D.A. Bale has you covered no matter which genre you prefer. So what do you think you might find in her search history?

Dec 11, 2017

I can't believe I interviewed a mystery novelist from Hawaii in December and blew my chance to use Mele Kalikimaka in context. But it was a fun conversation anyway. 

Nov 27, 2017

It's not often I get to interview a movie maker, a playwright and a novelist all at the same time. Luckily Lance Nielsen is all three of those things rolled into one convenient package. 

Nov 27, 2017

It's not often I get to interview a movie maker, a playwright and a novelist all at the same time. Luckily Lance Nielsen is all three of those things rolled into one convenient package. 

Nov 13, 2017

A conversation with hybrid published thriller author Laurence O'Bryan. Find out what happens when an Irish thriller writer gets caught on the wrong side of a subterranean New York platform. 

Oct 30, 2017

The last time we spoke with Joseph Malik, he was just publishing the first installment of his magnum opus. It's a year later, and book two is almost ready, and oh what a year it's been. 

Oct 16, 2017

Many of the greatest thriller,  sci-fi, and horror stories in American libraries began their lives written in French. Writers from Jules Vern to Victor Hugo and now LH Tide are telling stories with universal appeal.

Oct 2, 2017

What do you get when you cross the progressive chronology of Harry Potter with intrigue and tropes of Spy Kids? Hairy Kids? No, you get the works of adult and young adult thriller author, Mike Gomes.

Sep 18, 2017

An Ausie and a 'Merican discuss diversity in the midst of a conversation about the Ausie's sci-fi thrillers. But how does Hitchcock factor in to all of this? Tune in to find out.

Sep 4, 2017

From postmodern sci-fi to alternative history to retro sci-fi to murder mysteries, if it's thrilling, Mark Gardner will write the heck out of it. So why doesn't he consider himself prolific?

Aug 21, 2017

Dustin Porta is a poet, a sailor, a painter, but most importantly for our purposes, an author. In this interview we discuss Dustin's epic sci--fi series, the Atlas Cycle, and his other projects. 

Aug 7, 2017

In this interview episode, we meet horror maven, Danielle DeVor, who explains to us how a defrocked priest can still be an exorcist, and how a vampire's teeth are more worm-like than chattery. 

Jul 24, 2017

British author Dominique Mondesir is a fantasy and sci-fi author who is pumping out stories at an accelerated rate. In this interview we find out what makes him tick and what he writes. 

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