Justin Steele, The Outer Dark’s resident reviewer, talks about his vision as the new fiction editor for Strange Aeons, how he went from fan to big-time editor, the roots of his blog Arkham Digest, the weirdness of growing up and living in Delaware, how he got into horror books and Universal classic monster and giallo movies on VHS, the significance of the 2013 NecronomiCon Providence and its role in the secret origins and intelligent design of The Children of Old Leech which he co-edited with Ross E. Lockhart, books and whiskey pairings, future projects which may involve sharpening swords and his own fiction, transgressive writers including Alistair Rennie, why it would be prime time for a new horror anthology TV series adapting the feast of contemporary Weird stories, why Ask Lovecraft’s Leeman Kessler would be the ultimate horror host, and spreading the gospel of the Weird.
Plus Kristi DeMeester makes a guest appearance to preview her story, “The Fleshtival,” upcoming in Strange Aeons, and how she had a blast writing something so much more raw and filthy than she is used to, as well as her recently completed first novel, her first collection, more upcoming stories including “To Sleep in the Dust of the Earth” in Shimmer on 12/1, and her recommended current authors including Michael Wehunt.
And the debut of News from the Weird.
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Next week’s guest: Orrin Grey, author of Painted Monsters & Other Strange Beasts.
The “New Weird” is a literary genre that began in the 1990s and is known for breaking down the barriers between fantasy, science fiction, and horror. While Lovecraft and other early weird authors had some notable influence on this genre, it has proven a powerful entity unto itself with many writers of new weird fiction like China Miéville and Jeff VanderMeer and numerous others–including members of this panel! What are the challenges and rewards of subverting genre cliches? What are the challenges and rewards of mixing different elements of speculative fiction? Who are some of the best new weird fiction writers today? How can more diverse voices be encouraged and diverse fans be included?
Moderator: Anya Martin
Panelists: S.J. Bagley, Lois Gresh, Scott Nicolay, Vincent H. O’Neil, Joe Pulver, Jeffrey Thomas
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