52 Weeks of Horror

My weekly podcast, THE HORROR SHOW WITH BRIAN KEENE, turned one year old last week. That’s 52 weeks of broadcasts, without taking a single week off. (Yes, Dave and Coop filled in on two episodes, but we didn’t have a single week where we didn’t air some kind of content).

If you haven’t listened, and you’re a fan of my work, then you missed in-depth discussion of everything from the genesis of THE RISING and DARK HOLLOW to details of the Dorchester/Leisure collapse.

If you haven’t listened, and you’re NOT a fan of my work, then you’ve missed intimate, in-depth interviews with some of the best in the business, including F. Paul Wilson, Edward Lee, Mary SanGiovanni, Thomas Monteleone, Sephera Giron, Scott Edelman, Jeff Burk, Weston Ochse, Yvonne Navarro, Paul Goblirsch and dozens and dozens more.

Luckily for you, ALL of those shows are archived right here and free to listen to on any device — your computer, your phone, your iPad, iPod, television, or even old fashioned radio.

We have big things in store for this year’s shows — and eventually, when my health gets to the point where I can’t write anymore, this will be what I’m doing full time, so you might as well get on board. Give us 90 minutes per week, and we’ll give you the horror genre.

One thought on “52 Weeks of Horror

  1. B-man, it looks like I have 52+ pod casts to listen to. With my new phone, I can finally do that. (Yeah, my old phone was 6 years old when it was retired) so I’ve got hours & hours & hours of listening to do. Maybe I’ll finally get my fill at some point (doubt it). Anyway just finished King of the Bastards. And well done mah friend. Your co-writer and yourself did a very good job. I knew right away that they were not gonna get back to their home city but it’s cool more sequels to come…. I liked the little Iron man reference , that was cool. I am now down to only 3 books left by you & I try to save them for a rainy day. Where we live and die, Damned highway (big fear and loathing fan) and the Lost Level, which I am saving for last…. I actually started Where we live & die last night. I have now read Girl on the Glider 4 times now & I usually don’t reread books unless they are very meaningful for me. That one is one of my favorites of all time. Also, the Earth worm gods series, which is why I’m saving the Lost level (Teddy is my favorite character in all your books!) Hey, quick question: why did you change the titles to Earthworm Gods? Just curious? Until next time mah friend!

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