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Ontario Chapter of the Horror Writers Association

The Great Lakes Horror Company Podcast

GREAT LAKES HORROR COMPANY Podcast

New episodes biweekly!

  The Great Lakes Horror Company is a horror and speculative fiction themed podcast with a focus on writers and the written word featuring members of the Ontario Chapter of the Horror Writers Association. Expect exciting guests, rotating hosts, interviews, reviews, news, writing tips and more on this round-table-format talk show.

Podcasts:

Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 026 – Women in Horror Month Special
Join us for our 2017 Women in Horror Month Special, featuring a topical round-table discussion with female horror authors Julianne Snow, Nancy Kilpatrick, Sephera Giron, Suzanne Church and Crystal Bourque, and an interview with artist Arinn Westendorf, courtesy of Brian Clement.


Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 025 – Holiday Special
Join us for our first ever Winter Fiction Special, featuring "Three Weismen" by Lou Rera and "Santa Is Dead But Not Buried" by Bill Snider, and an excerpt from No Escape (Book 2 of The Book of Eve Series) by Crystal Bourque. Hosted by Andrew Robertson.


Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 024 – Interview with Mitch Markowitz
Bill Snider in conversation with The Hilarious House of Frightenstein's Mitch Markowitz. Plus: A horror comedy segment courtesy of MonsterMatt Patterson.


Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 023 – Interview with Lisa Morton
Andrew Robertson in conversation with author and HWA president Lisa Morton. On this special Halloween episode, Lisa takes us on a tour of the spookiest holiday of the year, including a spirited discussion about its traditions and popular misconceptions. Also: Updates on StokerCon 2017, upcoming HWA anthologies, and more. Happy Halloween from the Great Lakes Horror Company. It's the best day of the year!


Great Lakes Horror Company – Ep. 022 – Branding for Authors (Part 2)
Roundtable discussion with Sephera Giron, Monica S. Kuebler, Andrew Robertson, Bill Snider and Crystal Bourque about cover art. What elements make for a good cover? How about a bad one? Our group of authors looks at how cover art is determined in the small press versus at big publishing houses and gives some valuable advice to self-publishers on a tight budget.




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