Thanks for the Nightmares: Interview with Jeremy Shipp

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Jeremy Shipp is a horror/fantasy/science author who’s visceral imagery makes his written work feel like feature films. My introduction to the  Bram Stoker Award-nominated author was with his novel Bedfellow, which left me pleasantly bewildered. It’s a well-crafted, non-linear narrative that engages the senses and challenges perceptions. While working on a new project, Jeremy agreed …

Interview with Rebecca Roanhorse, author of Trail of Lightning

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We were fortunate enough to snag an interview with Rebecca Roanhorse, author of the smash-hit debut Trail of Lightning. The book follows Maggie Hoskie in Dinétah, the post-global-warming former Navajo reservation, as she fights monsters arisen from myth. This is an #ownvoices title that emphasizes Diné heritage and culture, and a rollicking good read. Geekly, …

Syrinscape at Gen Con 2016

By Steph Kingston on

At Gen Con 2016, I had the opportunity to talk to Benjamin Loomes about Syrinscape, the program that creates unique background sounds for GMs to up the immersion of their games using an expansive library of sounds for many settings. GI: For those who don’t know about Syrinscape, what is it and how does it …

Interview With Penny Dreadful’s Anaïs Chareyre

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Welcome back to Dreadful Thoughts, a fan run podcast about Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. This week we have a very special off season episode for you, an interview with artist Anaïs Chareyre.  Anaïs has created many very important things for the show including the tarot cards, Verbis Diablo book, and Vanessa’s blood scorpions.  She was a …