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Generations of children have grown up hearing stories like "The Tortoise and the Hare," "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," and "The Ants and the Grasshopper." They're known as Aesop's Fables, but Aesop himself may have been nothing more than a legend. Hannah and Tyler discuss his life story (true or not) and the impact of his works some 2,500 years later. W…
 
He's a thirty-something husband and father who spent my early years reading Marvel comics, writing and illustrating comics of his own, learning the secrets of the ooze, the balance of the force, the deeper magic from before the dawn of time, awakening the wind fish, shooting marbles and slamming pogs, collecting and trading Pokémon cards, rescuing …
 
Once upon a time, two brothers embarked on an ambitious quest to collect the folk stories and fairy tales of Germany in hopes of uniting the fractured fatherland around shared traditions. They were the Brothers Grimm, and although they probably didn’t realize it in their lifetime, their diligent work would impact literature, movies, and other art f…
 
The US withdrawal, originally slated to be complete by August 31, has not been going smoothly. The Taliban took control astonishingly fast, seizing province after province and, finally, on August 15, they took over the capital city, Kabul. Hannah speaks with Matt Fratus, a history writer at Coffee or Die Magazine (that's where I work) and host of t…
 
Wanna hear Tyler have a straight asthma attack because he's so exited? Then listen to this episode. Tyler sits down with Kelsey Dionne, the creator and author of the Arcane Library. She writes modules for D&D, putting her love of the game into a storytelling medium that is as hard to pull of as any. They talk about the passion of wanting to make a …
 
It’s official. Fan fiction has gone mainstream. Specifically, erotic fan fiction. Hannah makes Tyler listen to the success stories of E. L. James – author of the “50 Shades of Grey” series – and “After” writer Anna Todd. Both women started their writing career by imagining alternate storylines for existing characters – or in Todd’s case, Harry Styl…
 
Paul David is an Author and Editor and Super Dad! He and Tyler talk about the writing process, what it's like to being a published author with a day job and how everyone just writes flash fiction. be sure to chill with these two for a great conversation and a how to on tricking people into being your friend. Be sure to check out his works over on a…
 
Stephenie Meyer, author of the mega-hit “Twilight” series, is alternately beloved or hated depending on which circles you run in. Hannah and Tyler discuss her background, almost overnight ascent to fame, close relationship with her fans, and the actual content of her books. Warning, Tyler has a super spicy take on the underlying theme of “Twilight.…
 
Hannah finally gets to meet a longtime friend of the show/immensely talented writer whose work you should be familiar with if you’ve listened to our flash fiction specials. Brianna Fenty shared her experience writing a novel, getting an agent, and navigating the publishing world. But no matter how much success you have as a writer, she and Hannah b…
 
“You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion.” Sci-fi writer, Navy veteran, and prolific liar L. Ron Hubbard starts the Church of Scientology and gets rich in part two of our discussion. Hannah and Tyler lose their minds over the times he casually kidnapped his daughter and wife, the bizarre world that …
 
This guy was insane. And he wrote a ton of Sci-Fi. As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. Check him out on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen As well as Cam Clawson, for our Correspondence Remix: https://soundcloud.com/camclawson7 Follow us on Instagram: @lewisandlovecraft Tyler is @twclawson_pdx Hannah is @thehannahray…
 
Laura Nettles blew us away in the sci-fi flash fiction episode with her story "Rust," and as Hannah learns in this episode, she wrote the miniature masterpiece in just 20 minutes based off a one-word writing prompt. Laura only started writing seriously within the last few years (after she heard about NaNoWriMo), but she's already racked up bylines …
 
Wickedest man alive or sad, wandering man with no meaning in his life? Tyler and Hannah talk about the life and times of occultist Aleister Crowley. For those who don’t know Crowley by name, he inspired countless people including L. Ron Hubbard (founder of scientology) and musicians like Ozzy Osbourne, David Bowie, and Jimmy Page. As always a thank…
 
Hannah and Cam sit down to talk about one of their favorite authors. Tyler! So get ready to hear all the dirty little secrets from his childhood and how he got his start writing. Plus, Hannah reviews his first novel (no significant spoilers). Happy (belated) birthday, Tyler! As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. Check him out on …
 
Tyler and Hannah are back with the second-part of Isaac Asimov’s life story. The prolific sci-fi writer penned somewhere in the neighborhood of 500 books and probably pinched that many butts too. Seriously. Guy was a serial harasser. Our fearless co-hosts get lost on many tangents including “Dune” author Frank Herbert’s critique of “The Foundation”…
 
Sci-fi flash fiction special 2021 “Rust” by Laura Nettles - A first-time contributor, Laura offers a jaw-dropping take on the age-old alien invader storyline. And after we finished recording, Hannah found her website! Check out more of Laura’s work at https://www.lauranettles.com “The Quest” by Paul Waterman - Paul knocks it out of the park again w…
 
Tyler gets to hang out with the guys from the Ink to Film Podcast. Luke and James are wonderful guys who know a lot and have a passion for Books and Movies. As well as comic books, whisky, and other podcasts, so basically everything that Tyler wants to talk about. Be sure to check them out, leave them a review and maybe subscribe. Podcast: website:…
 
Part 1 of our deep dive of one of the greatest Science Fiction authors of all time. Follow along as we talk about his life reading pulp fiction in his dad's candy store, and skipping grades and becoming a high schooler WAY to early and was told his writing was called shit. As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. Check him out on So…
 
Tyler sits down and talks to Scott Minor from Realm Makers. An organization that is dedicated to the support and promotion and education of Speculative Fiction Authors who have a Faith in Jesus Christ. And while that might seem like we're describing a bible study at church, you be surprised by wide a range of people share this commonality. Tyler gu…
 
Kazuo Ishiguro is the Nobel Prize winning author of short stories and novels including “Remains of the Day” and “Never Let Me Go,” both adapted into films. He’s also a screenwriter and musician. Tyler hates him for his success. Hannah likes him for his calming voice and British accent. Hannah and Tyler both read Ishiguro’s latest novel, “Klara and …
 
Hannah sits down (virtually) with Rachel Parker, a romance novel enthusiast and reader of an obscene number of books. Truly. You will not believe how many books she read last year. We talk about the many subgenres of romance (bully romance is a thing?), why Nicholas Sparks doesn’t count as a romance novelist, trends in the genre and industry, how t…
 
Are you looking for a genius who has transcended the simple form of writeing a story and gone into a realm of stroy creation that uses picture and color and song to shift your emotional state? Then look no further my friend! Follow along as we talk about Hayao Miyazaki the fame writer and director of such films as; Princess Mononoke and Spirited aw…
 
Tyler sits down with fellow Podcaster and book nerd Sara Jones of Laugh in the Dark Podcast. They discuss Harry Potter, The Lost Apothecary, Dark Matter, In Cold Blood and so many other books, as well as what a phlebotomist is. Be sure to check out her show and show some support to a create creator! https://www.litdarkpodcast.com/ https://www.insta…
 
Hannah had the pleasure of sitting down with Kayla DeShazer for her first Correspondence episode of the new year, recorded in January. Kayla works at our all-time favorite bookstore and also has a large bookstagram following. We talked about our reading habits, aspirations, and Kayla’s book buying addiction. Kayla also spilled the tea on what it’s …
 
Tyler pulls out a pipe and smokes it in studio! Hannah does her job and talks about JRR Tolkien. Hang out as we talk about love, faith and war, and also Tyler does an impression of Gandolf. As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. Check him out on Sound Cloud and reach out to him if you like music, tell him we sent ya. https://sound…
 
Hannah and Tyler got a great chance to sit down with one of 2020's most celebrated authors... drum roll... S.A. Cosby! He speaks about his writing process, what he went through to get picked up by a publisher, as well as his view on how African American's can be represented in entertainment. To check out his work, you can visit his Twitter: @blackl…
 
Tyler nerds outs with a Dungeons and Dragons player! Mason is the Dungeon Master for the show Critseekers, a show that Tyler had been a fan of for some time. The exiting thing is that Mason and his crew have jumped from just a podcast into the world of live streaming. If you wanna check out his new show, and amazing friends, you can find Mason and …
 
We're back, and we're talking C.S. Lewis and the conspiracy that he laid within his work from when he was a child! We go in depth on the work of Michael Ward and his idea that C.S. Lewis use imagery of the planets to help showcase the Narnia realms. We have a Patreon now! www.patreon.com/lewisandlovecraft Go there and support us, and get cool thing…
 
Hannah and Tyler Hang out and finish talking about A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Then they open gifts. Ron Swanson Stares at them the whole time, and they listen to Christmas Lofi. Best. Christmas. Ever! As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. check him out on sound cloud and reach out to him if you'd like and music, tell h…
 
Tyler sits down with Devani Anjali to discuss the creative journey, art, writing, video games, movies and books. You know, all the things that Tyler loves to talk about. Devani is a great conversationalist and embodies so much what our Correspondence show is about, making new friends through creative things. Find her on Twitter and Instagram: @Deva…
 
Tyler read the Mystery of Charles Dickens by A. N. Wilson and he interrupts Hannah a lot to tell the real story of The man who Invented Christmas. As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. check him out on sound cloud and reach out to him if you'd like and music, tell him we sent ya. https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen You follow us on…
 
Hannah had the pleasure of talking with writer and editor Adam P. Knave, who grew up in a publishing family and rebelled by studying physics. He eventually found his way back to writing, but kept a day job too, which he says is one of the best decisions he’s ever made. Check out Adam’s work on his website: https://www.adampknave.com/ As always a th…
 
Frank Herbert part two! Tyler has an existential crisis, Hannah can’t pronounce Arrakeen, and both of them weigh in on Herbert’s love life. Honestly, Herbert crammed so much living into his 65 years on this planet that we could have easily talked about him for even longer, but hopefully we did him justice between the two episodes. Also, I (Hannah) …
 
Tyler Hangs out with Shing from Shing Cartography, and they talk about what it's like to travel the world and experience new culture as well as her favorite book series, The Riyria Revelations by Michael J. Sullivan. Hang out as we dive deep into our world, fantasy worlds and some that have yet to be created. Also, lots of maps. So many maps! You c…
 
“The mystery of life isn't a problem to solve, but a reality to experience.” ― Frank Herbert, Dune And boy did Frank Herbert experience life. In the first installment of our two-part episode, Hannah dives into Frank Herbert’s early life and Tyler interrupts to talk about Herbert being a scary tough child with an eye scar, how you shouldn’t marry so…
 
This week, Hannah sits down with Dave Moore and Christian Sager, co-managers of the forthcoming horror magazine Corridor. The magazine will incorporate short fiction, comics, essays and fine art into one anthology (so, basically like our Halloween special, but in a print form). The stories will blend horror with science fiction and fantasy, focusin…
 
A long message from Tyler. Reader Info - Britt Winchester: Host of Contrivance podcast. She’s a personal friend, and friend of the show, and probably our number one fan. She is one of the funniest people I know, along with Drew her co-host. We tried to do something a while back, where I got to hear her do some reading, and I knew she would be perfe…
 
Our first AUTHOR!!! Robert Cano and Tyler talk books, TV and the philosophical implications of religion and empathy for other people. Things get kinda deep... Make sure you check out Robert's book, The Dark Archer. https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B0851TCMZQ&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_.aIEFbY1J0Z8N&tag=twclaupa-20 His new b…
 
Our not so special, special Halloween episode. Hannah and Tyler are fresh of the heels of watching Halloween the movie, and their ready to talk about it and other Halloween movies. Halloween town and Hocus pocus. Hang out with them as they chill, drinking cider and popcorn talking movies. As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. che…
 
Hannah geeks out over the Lord of the Rings trilogy with Crystal and Aly from Best Friends’ Playbook. They talk about some of the iconic friendships (like Legolas and Gimli) and what makes the bonds so special. Aly and Crystal both offer deeper insight into the movie-making process and how Eowyn and Arwyn went from being afterthoughts in the books …
 
Today our devious duo dive deep into Middle Grade Books that they couldn't read when they were in Middle School. With school starting up, and kids needing more and more thinks to read while their are stuck at home, we're doing our part to help easy the boredom, if only a little. Tyler read Redwall by Brian Jacque. Then reads his wikipedia page for …
 
Hannah and Tyler sit down with the Dapper DM himself, Jarrett Sullivan of Fables of Refuge! In this episode, we talk about our favorite fantasy books, and what it was like to get into Dungeons and Dragons for the first time. If you've been following our Gary Gygax coverage, then this is a great way to hear from another person who has been impacted …
 
Is your teen being seduced by Satan? Is he using a strategy war fantasy game to do it? We dive into Gary Gygax's life after he creates the revolutionary game, and how much like a rollercoaster his life becomes. We touch the Satanic Panic, Business 101, and give our own sermons. The link that Hannah references: https://reason.com/2018/04/07/the-radi…
 
Cmike is hanging with us today! The film maker who found success with Corridor Crew, then began his own YouTube channel has been working his ass off for a new Dungeons and Dragons show. Fables of Refuge has been killing it in the last year with a great cast, wonderful direction and awesome storytelling! Carmichael sits down with Tyler and they talk…
 
We begin our deep dive into Gary Gygax, creator of Dungeons and Dragons. Tyler and Hannah explain what Dungeons and Dragons is, and Tyler drinks a beer... so things get weird. This is part of of our coverage on D&D and Gary G. So make sure you stay tuned for part two. Also, we are accepting flash fiction for our Halloween episode. 500 -700 words fo…
 
Tyler nerds out hard with Drew Gutowski of Contrivance podcast. They talk about Welcome to Nightvale, Magic the Gathering and how Big Brothers are basically Batman. They also might have come up with the next great idea for a new podcast... You can check out His Podcast Instagram: @contrivancepodcast As always a thank you to Jake Bassen for our them…
 
All podcasts are equal, but some podcasts are more equal than others. Between Lewis & Lovecraft is watching you! Hang out with us as we talk about George Orwell, and his life in peace and war and love and hatred. See how this man became what he needed to, to create a haunting prediction of the world we might (or already do) live it. As always a tha…
 
Hannah talks books, writing, and New Zealand with Alissa Smith of Raven Books. Alissa is in the process of finishing her first novel. She’s also in the process of trying to finish reading some of the 17 books she has started. They talk about all of that and so much more in today’s episode. You can check out her website ravenbooks.nz, where she has …
 
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