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For writers and readers who like it dark. We talk about our horror and other dark-themed books. In-depth literary analysis of dark fiction. Conversations with authors, editors, and other industry professionals. Hosted by Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera. We have interviewed Paul Tremblay, Ellen Datlow, Josh Malerman, Grady Hendrix, and more. New episode every other Monday. Subscribe, listen, and leave us a review.
 
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This episode of Ladies of the Fright is brought to you by Inkshares. This October experienceViolet, the second novel of Stoker-nominated Kill Creek author Scott Thomas. Violet follows Kris Barlow, who after the death of her husband returns to a long-abandoned lake house. She soon finds that the town of Pacington, Kansas is not as it seems, and ...…
 
This episode of Ladies of the Fright is brought to you by Inkshares. This October experience Violet, the second novel of Stoker-nominated Kill Creek author Scott Thomas. Violet follows Kris Barlow, who after the death of her husband returns to a long-abandoned lake house. She soon finds that the town of Pacington, Kansas is not as it seems, and ...…
 
Hey folks! Don't forget we now have a Patreon! We would like to give a special shoutout to our higher tier patrons SM Fedor and Eli Ryder at the Satanic Panic level, and Kenesha, Nathan Blixt, and Nina Nahli and Viðarrbjörn Svartalfson at the Demon Possession level. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, the most exciting of ...…
 
Hey folks! Don't forget we now have a Patreon! We would like to give a special shoutout to our higher tier patrons SM Fedor and Eli Ryder at the Satanic Panic level, and Kenesha, Nathan Blixt, and Nina Nahli at the Demon Possession level. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, the most exciting of which is our Patrons-only po ...…
 
Don't forget we've finally launched a Patreon! Special shoutout to our higher tier patrons, who you can find on twitter at: @S_M_Fedor, @theeliryder, and @NathanBlixt. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, the most exciting of which is our Patrons-only podcast, LOTF After Dark which is accessible to every single patron. And ...…
 
Don't forget we've finally launched a Patreon! Special shoutout to our higher tier patrons, who you can find on twitter at: @S_M_Fedor, @theeliryder, and @NathanBlixt. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, the most exciting of which is our Patrons-only podcast, LOTF After Dark which is accessible to every single patron. And ...…
 
Don't forget we've finally launched a Patreon! Special shoutout to our higher tier patrons, who you can find on twitter at: @S_M_Fedor, @theeliryder, and @NathanBlixt. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, the most exciting of which is our Patrons-only podcast, LOTF After Dark which is accessible to every single patron. And ...…
 
It's difficult to put into words what a rewarding experience it was to host the panel "Why Does Horror Matter? An Exploration of the Relevance and—Dare We Say—Necessity of Horror in a Tumultuous World" featuring panelists Stephen Graham Jones, Kathryn E. McGee, Becky Spratford, and Gabino Iglesias this past May at Stoker Con 2019. It was incred ...…
 
In this special BONUS episode, Lisa & Mackenzie sat down with Kathryn E. McGee in their hotel room on the last morning of Stoker Con 2019 in Grand Rapids, MI. They were surrounded by empty wine glasses, bottles, coffee cups, and water bottles—a sure sign of a great weekend. Show Notes: More Kathryn on the LOTF podcast: LOTF 03 Stoker Con 2018 H ...…
 
Did you know that we've started a patreon that includes lots of cool rewards at every tier, including special bonus content? Check it out! And grateful shout out to our higher tier patrons, who you can find on twitter at @S_M_Fedor, @theeliryder, and @NathanBlixt. In episode 37, we chat with author Ray Cluley. The conversation celebrates his no ...…
 
Did you know that we've started a patreon that includes lots of cool rewards at every tier, including special bonus content? Check it out! And grateful shout out to our $10 patrons, who you can find on twitter at @S_M_Fedor and @theeliryder. This episode is our THIRD installment of a series covering the Summer Scares library summer reading prog ...…
 
First things first: we have finally started a Patreon! We would like to give a special shoutout to S.M. Fedor, who has joined the Patreon at the $10 level. Find him on twitter at S_M_Fedor. If you’re interested in our Patreon, check it out over at patreon.com/ladiesofthefright. We would be thrilled to have you join us at any level, and we are o ...…
 
First things first: Ladies of the Fright podcast is honored to have been nominated for Nonfiction Podcast of the Year in the 2018 This Is Horror Awards! Voting is open until Monday, 4.29.2019. If you enjoy what you do, considering throwing us a vote—and don't forget to check out the other excellent nominees in each category! Also, Mackenzie and ...…
 
Ladies of the Fright podcast has been nominated for Best Horror Nonfiction Podcast for the This Is Horror 2018 awards! What an unbelievable honor. Enjoy this short minisode from us to you, loyal listeners and new guests alike. We are so happy to be doing this thing that we love, and even happier to know that it's bringing joy to others as well. ...…
 
In this episode, we talk about the first two books in Katherine Arden's Winternight Trilogy: The Bear and the Nightingale and The Girl in the Tower. The third book, The Winter of the Witch, was out in January. We don't include that one in our discussion because we didn't want to risk spoiling anything with it being so new. Speaking of spoilers: ...…
 
Summer Scares reading list, which includes three books each in the Adult, YA, and Middle Grade categories. Joining us today is Carolyn Ciesla, Dean of Learning Resources and Assessment at Prairie State College and the liaison for the adult Summer Scares picks. The adult picks for 2019 Summer Scares are: Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones (William ...…
 
You may remember that we talked about Victor’s book The Changeling back in episode LOTF 17. Our conversation with Victor was so interesting and thought provoking. We talked about exposing kids to horror, persistence in writing, not being an asshole, and the forthcoming anthology A People’s Future of the United States that Victor co-edited with ...…
 
In LOTF 30, we chat with Kat Howard about her writing process, breaking writing rules, her experience with writing residencies like the Clarion Workshop, what it’s like to write a comic, and SO much more! Kat is the author of the novels Roses and Rot and the Alex Award winning An Unkindness of Magicians. Her short fiction collection, A Cathedra ...…
 
In this episode, we are chatting with Eli Ryder and John Flynn-York, the editors of Automata Review! This conversation is special to us, because we all met in our MFA program. We talk about what they’re doing with the magazine, and learn all about Automata’s origins, first year, future plans, and so much more!…
 
In this episode, we chat about our 2018 writing and reading accomplishments, as well as our 2019 writing and reading goals.By Lisa Quigley & Mackenzie Kiera.
 
In this episode—our last of 2018!—we discuss our first MOVIE, Hereditary. And as a special treat, we brought on Bob Pastorella as a guest host! Bob Pastorella is the author of the weird crime novella, Mojo Rising, and the zombie western short story, ‘To Watch Is Madness’. Bob is featured in Warmed & Bound: A Velvet Anthology, The Booked. Anthol ...…
 
In this episode, we chat with author Dino Parenti. This interview is extra special because not only is it Dino’s first podcast interview, but when Mackenzie interviewed him a couple years ago for Gamut it was his first interview! So we are keeping this cool streak going. We get into so much cool stuff with Dino in this chat. We talk about his e ...…
 
In this episode, we chat with author and artist Betty Rocksteady. We cover creepy twenties cartoons, writing garbage first drafts, mining dreams for stories, and her new novella, The Writhing Skies. Betty Rocksteady writes sex scenes that shouldn’t exist and is obsessed with 1920s cartoons. The Writhing Skies combines both. Learn more and check ...…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Stephanie from Books in the Freezer podcast for an in-depth conversation about Iain Reid’s novel I’m Thinking of Ending Things.By Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera.
 
In this special Halloween episode, we are thrilled to bring you our second Tropisode! Today’s episode is all about Haunted Houses. As you know, with these episodes we invite a guest with some expertise on the trope we’re exploring. Today, we’re happy to welcome Kathryn E. McGee BACK to the show. Our listeners might remember Kathryn from LOTF 03 ...…
 
In this episode we chat with Michael David Wilson, the founder, editor in chief, and podcast host over at This Is Horror. Michael has done amazing work to promote the horror genre and has provided an invaluable resource for writers at all stages of their careers. In this conversation, we take a deep dive into his early writing (you won’t want t ...…
 
In this episode we chat with Sadie Hartmann, also known as “Mother Horror.” Sadie is a prolific reader and book reviewer, who is generous with her support of authors and passionate about the promotion of the horror genre. We also talk about how her involvement in the Bookstagram community evolved over time, the creation of the Night Worms, her ...…
 
In this episode, we reconvene with author Grady Hendrix to discuss his new novel We Sold Our Souls (out tomorrow, September 18!) We talk about his forthcoming movie The Satanic Panic (as well as the actual “Satanic Panic”,") what it was like to help choose the top 100 horror stories for NPR this past summer, and of course, conspiracy theories, ...…
 
In this episode we discuss Rachel Autumn Deering’s Husk, an “all-too-real work of horror fiction, Rachel Autumn Deering explores the mind of a young man who is struggling to cope with the effects of post-war stress, drug addiction, self-doubt, and loneliness as they manifest themselves into his deepest, darkest fears.” In the story, “Kevin Broo ...…
 
In this episode we’re chatting with author Julia Fine. We talked about her new novel in episode 16 and we are so excited to have her on the show. A little about Julia: Her debut What Should Be Wild is out now from Harper Books. She earned her MFA at Columbia College Chicago, and has taught writing at Columbia College and DePaul University. She' ...…
 
In this episode we’re discussing Victor LaValle’s The Changeling, which is about “One man’s thrilling journey through an enchanted world to find his wife, who has disappeared after supposedly committing an unforgivable act of violence, from the award-winning author of the The Devil in Silver, Big Machine and The Ballad of Black Tom." Show Notes ...…
 
Mackenzie and Lisa discuss What Should Be Wild, the debut novel by Julia Fine. Book description: In this darkly funny, striking debut, a highly unusual young woman must venture into the woods at the edge of her home to remove a curse that has plagued the women in her family for millennia—an utterly original novel with all the mesmerizing power ...…
 
This is the first in a sub-series of episodes that explore specific horror tropes in detail — Tropisode #1: Vampires. We plan to do one of these episodes about once a quarter. We talk about vampires with a vampire expert, Natalie Ferrigno, who also happens to be a fellow UCR Palm Desert alumna. In addition to talking about vampires (where they' ...…
 
In part two of our conversation with Becky Spratford, we discuss her ongoing involvement with Stoker Con, how horror authors can do programs and conventions at their local libraries, advice for authors at the beginning of their career, how to use Halloween and the current popularity of the horror genre to your advantage when building relationsh ...…
 
Librarians may ask: why horror? And authors may ask: why libraries? Becky Spratford has the answers to these questions and more—her insight gave us a whole new perspective on ways to strengthen the horror community in libraries. We talk about what writers can do to build relationships with their local libraries, how reader's advisory works, the ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss All the Truth That's In Me by Julie Berry. We talk about the nuances of young adult literature, the book's compelling parallels with the current #MeToo movement, what makes this novel's unusual structure so effective, and so much more. Book Description: Four years ago, Judith and her best friend disappeared from thei ...…
 
In this episode, Mackenzie and Lisa are joined by guest host Stephen Graham Jones to discuss Ken Greenhall's Elizabeth. This novel is wonderfully uncomfortable and you won't want to miss our chat. Book Description: "'If you were to go into your bedroom tonight – perhaps by candlelight – and sit quietly before the large mirror, you might see wha ...…
 
In this episode, Mackenzie and Lisa chat with Grady Hendrix. We talk about his history with theater, bad author events, the appropriate number of cats, and his philosophy of honest writing. Grady Hendrix has written about the confederate flag for Playboy magazine, terrible movie novelizations for Film Comment, and Jean-Claude Van Damme for Slat ...…
 
"Stories of the Fair Folk are not at all then what we think of as fairy tales, those moralistic stories wherein evil is punished and virtue triumphs, that were set safely in once upon a time, and had happy endings guaranteed. True fairy tales are horror stories." —Kat Howard Join Mackenzie Kiera and Lisa Quigley for a discussion of Roses and Ro ...…
 
In this episode, Lisa and Mackenzie talk to Josh Malerman about his latest novel, Unbury Carol. Josh Malerman is the author of Bird Box, Unbury Carol and others, including short stories, novellas, and plays. He's also one of two singer-songwriters for the Detroit rock band The High Strung, whose song "The Luck You Got" can be heard as the theme ...…
 
Ellen Datlow has been editing science fiction, fantasy, and horror short fiction for over thirty-five years as fiction editor of OMNI Magazine and editor of Event Horizon and SCIFICTION. She currently acquires short fiction for Tor.com. In addition, she has edited more than ninety science fiction, fantasy, and horror anthologies, including the ...…
 
Interview with John Palisano, Vice President of the Horror Writer's Association. His short fiction has appeared in many places. Check out: Dark Discoveries, Horror Library, Darkness On The Edge, Lovecraft eZine, Phobophobia, Terror Tales, Harvest Hill, Halloween Spirits, the Bram Stoker Award® nominated Chiral Mad, Midnight Walk, Halloween Tale ...…
 
In this episode, Mackenzie and Lisa interview Paul Tremblay at StokerCon 2018. Paul is the author of Disappearance at Devil's Rock, the Bram Stoker Award-winning A Head Full of Ghosts, and the crime novels The Little Sleep and No Sleep Till Wonderland. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Shirley Jackson Awards, and his ess ...…
 
In this special BONUS episode, Mackenzie and Lisa interview Lisa Morton, president of the Horror Writer's Association and prolific writer, at StokerCon 2018. Show Notes: Two co-chairs of StokerCon: Jim Chambers, Blood Angels, 2005 Blue Demon, 2004 Other movies by Lisa Morton, just for fun! Halloween expert The Halloween Encyclopedia by Lisa Mor ...…
 
This special episode comes to you live from StokerCon 2018. Mackenzie and Lisa sat down with friend and fellow horror writer Kathryn E. McGee to talk about the highlights of the event. Show Notes: Paperbacks From Hell, My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix StokerCon 2018 Horror University Workshop DRILLING DOWN: GETTING HONEST WITH YOUR WR ...…
 
In this episode, Mackenzie and Lisa discuss My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix. Folks, we try our best to be unbiased about this book but here's the truth: we just love it so much. This episode is a total gush sesh, a love letter to the book. But: we tell you why we love it so much and we break down everything that makes it work so well ...…
 
Welcome to the Debut Episode of Ladies of the Fright podcast. In this episode, Lisa and Mackenzie discuss Strange Weather, a collection of four short novels by Joe Hill. They break down each of the pieces (Snapshot, Loaded, Aloft, and Rain.) Tune in to find out why Lisa struggled through Loaded even though it was her favorite of the bunch. You' ...…
 
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