On the show this week!

This week on the show we have interviews with 2 authors: 

Jack Ketchum

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Horror and thriller author, mentored by “Psycho” author, Robert Bloch, and friend of Stephen King has been consistently scaring America out of their wits since his first book, “Off Season”, was published in 1980. “Off Season” reportedly prompted the Village Voice to publicly scold its publisher in print for publishing violent pornography. When he’s not collecting Bram Stoker awards he often appears in film adaptations of his works. Such as Girl Next Door

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NO, not that Girl Next Door (but really, what did happen to Elisha Cuthbert??)

This Girl Next Door:

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Jack Ketchum will be at Rock and Shock October 18th through the 20th, tune in and show up!

 

Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant

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Under the name Mira Grant, she penned the anxiety producing “Newsflesh trilogy” (it’s about the pursuit of truth, government cover-ups, relationships, clones and zombies everywhere). Her upcoming book “Parasite” is about tapeworms… and conspiracies and having you life saved or stolen.

As Seanan McGuire she’s written the popular October Daye series, InCryptid series as well as a fairytale remix starring a detective version of Snow White called “Indexing.” 

She’s also the coolest person on twitter. Tune in for book news, how she gets her ideas, feminist awesome and why Bronies should just stop.

Also, Dr. Chris and Pam will talk TV, what they’re going to be for Halloween, and Rock And Shock. Get weird, Worcester: If you’re local, tune to 91.3 fm WCUW or listen at wcuw.org Sunday(err…Monday) 12a-2a EST

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