Episode #003 - Found Footage Sucks - With Guest Christa Carmen


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Episode #003 - Found Footage Sucks - With Guest Christa Carmen

Christa Carmen joins me for a chat we talk too pretty horror girls, boobs, The Stanley Hotel, and her writing.

Host Eddie Generous is an author, editor, and publisher. Brains behind Unnerving and Unnerving Magazine. Visit www.jiffypopandhorror.com for more information.

Guest: Christa Carmen lives in Westerly, Rhode Island with her husband and a beagle who rivals her in stubbornness. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous publications from around the world. Her collection Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is due out in August from Unnerving. She has a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in English and psychology, and a master's degree from Boston College in counseling psychology.

Christa works for Pfizer in Clinical Trial Packaging, and at a local hospital as a mental health clinician. When she's not writing, she is volunteering with one of several organizations that aim to maximize public awareness and seek solutions to the ever-growing opioid crisis in southern RI and southeastern CT. Found out more at http://www.christacarmen.com

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