The Bram Stoker Awards™ are a staple and institution among horror writers and horror fans around the globe. As the Horror Writers Association and its members gather to celebrate the exemplary fiction, poetry and scripts of 2011, we at the Tales to Terrify podcast want to show our support for this award by bringing the Short Fiction nominees to a wider audience.
Tales to Terrify has made a commitment to showcase only the best in horror fiction and raise the public profile of the short story as a format. We wish to represent the world wealth of this genre and with this goal in mind, we could not ignore the significance of The Bram Stoker Awards™.
Without further ado, Tales to Terrify is proud to announce The Bram Stoker Awards Short Fiction Initiative. It is a great honor and privilege to host two consecutive shows reserved entirely for the nominees in the Superior Achievement in Short Fiction category.
The initiative will begin with our Show number 10 on Friday, the 16th of March, and will end with our 11th show on Friday, the 23rd of March. Please find enclosed the show program with the nominees below:
Show 10: March 16th
O’Neill, Gene — “Graffiti Sonata” (Dark Discoveries)
Castro, Adam Troy — “Her Husband’s Hands” (Lightspeed Magazine)
Warren, Kaaron — “All You Can Do Is Breathe” (Blood and Other Cravings)
Show 11: March 23th
Lillie-Paetz, Ken — “Hypergraphia” (The Uninvited, Issue 1)
Saunders, George — “Home” (The New Yorker Magazine, June 13, 2011)
King, Stephen — “Herman Wouk Is Still Alive” (The Atlantic Magazine, May 2011)
Don’t forget to tune in at Tales to Terrify Friday March 16th and allow us to haunt your feed.
Thank you, Larry, for this wonderful gift.