This week I talk about SJWs, aka Social Justice… Witch hunts. Not Warriors. Witch hunts. Because definitions get fuzzy, fingers get all pointy, and evidence and procedure are tossed out the window in the name of social media hysteria. Welcome to the American Witch Hunts of 2017, where sexual harassment, racism and prejudicial behavior are all lit up like torches for the masses to carry with their pitchforks.
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Coming up: location location location – rules – legalizing pot – little white lies – and whatever you suggest I whine about. So suggest something, already!
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The Lunch Ladies Book Club (Shelly, Ashley and Mimzie) read and review The Con Season by Adam Cesare.
Did they like it? Did they agree or disagree about it?
Find out by listening!
Part 2 of 3
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This is it Zongers! This week a guest who’s been on Bizzong but you never heard him (unless you were one of the lucky ones to be there live). Author Justin Walker joins Bizzong for real this time to discuss the work he’s been doing in Bizarro and beyond. Justin has had a surprising, long history in self publishing and he’s one of the truly mad people who partake in NaNoWriMo. So he sorts it all out with Mr. Frank this week on your favorite podcast that interviews people who write bizarre and weird fiction, Bizzong!
Hit play because it’s #ZongerDay!
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Jim takes a look (so to to speak) at Universal’s 1940 follow-up to “The Invisible Man” – “The Invisible Man Returns,” starring Vincent Price, Cedric Hardwicke, Nan Gray, John Sutton, Cecil Kellaway and Alan Napier. An innocent man, convicted of murder and sentenced to hang, attempts to find the murderer of his brother using the infamous drug, Monocaine. Will he succeed before insanity sets in. Find out on this episode of “monster Attack.”
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You’ve got Volume 3 Chapter 27 of the Necrocasticon crawling into your ear cavity with another jam packed show.
Our big attraction this week features the kids from IT. We present their Spooky Empire Q&A session, and it has Jaeden Lieberher (Bill), Sophia Lillie (Beverly), Jeremy Ray Taylor (Ben) and Wyatt Oleff (Stanley) on board.
Plus, Archivists Bet on Sexy Witches host Elizabeth Gray joins us to fill in for Mr. Scott, and she shows her metal side, assisting Walt in this week’s Epic Smoker as they review the latest albums from Trivium, GWAR, Black Dahlia Murder, Fozzy and Enslaved.
Liz also helps Tom out talking about TV like The Exorcist and Stan Against Evil, Az takes us axe murdering in Mortuary, and we throw an honorary axe handle out for the absent Mr. Scott.
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In Episode 41 of the Matters of Faith Podcast with host Jay Wilburn on Project Entertainment Network, Jay Wilburn takes listener questions on Wil Wheaton’s statements on prayer in the wake of the recent mass shooting at a Texas church, the difference between the church building and the Church, misunderstandings between people of faith and others, President Trump’s statements on Scientology, and by listener request another reading. Plenty to enjoy and disagree with on this episode.
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Each Saturday we’ll post a fun Top 5 List from three of our PEN hosts. Topics will vary. Some you will agree on. Others you will not. Isn’t that the fun of having lists?
Today’s Topic: Movies
Kelly Simmons (Liars Club Oddcast)
Frank Edler (Bizzong Podcast)
2. What About Bob?
3. Star Wars: A New Hope
5. The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course
James A. Moore (Three Guys With Beards)
2. Stand by me
4. Iron Man
5. The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Another week of great interviews as Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia chats with:
Erin Al-Mehairi, the the author of a mixed dark fiction collection, BREATHE. BREATHE., which features poetry and short stories, from Unnerving. She will also be in Hardened Hearts anthology from Unnerving in December. A veteran writer and editor of a host of things, she has 20 years in the fields of public relations, marketing, writing, editing, and almost as much as a mom. She has a segment on The Mando Method Podcast called Marketing Morsels and she loves Armand very much.
Mike Thorn, who is the author of the short story collection Darkest Hours. He completed his B.A. with honors at Mount Royal University and his M.A. in English Literature at the University of Calgary. His fiction has been published in a number of magazines and anthologies, including DarkFuse, Dark Moon Digest and Straylight Literary Arts Magazine. His film criticism has appeared recently in MUBI Notebook, The Seventh Row and The Film Stage. He writes Unnerving Magazine’s “Thorn’s Thoughts” book review column and co-authors the horror-themed series “Devious Dialogues” with A.M. Novak for Vague Visages.
This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing
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In our 4th installment, we’re talking about Young Adult disaster fiction. There’s an awful lot of it coming out these days and much of it is quite good. We touch on The Hunger Games and a couple of others. Then, Jim interviews Mike Mullin, author of the Ashfall series, and among other things they discuss what happens when the supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Forest finally blows?
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Join the Liars Club authors for tips and techniques on battling writers block. An honest, lively discussion for writers of all levels.
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S.T. Joshi launches a new podcast, and we’ve got an exclusive preview that you won’t hear anywhere else! Then, disturbing new allegations against author, editor, and game creator CA Suleiman, and reaction from others in the horror community. Also, Matthew Dow Smith and Ron Marz’s new graphic novel, and an update on Mary SanGiovanni’s spin-off show!
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the unsupervised podcast, take a break from the stress of the world with Bill, Mick, Mya and Junior.
this week Bill shares his first ever massage experience, the story gets weird and the crew question his choices but maybe its a perfectly normal experience, you be the judge
a couple people on the show had birthdays recently and someone got a special gift or two. Mya steals Bills thunder during the news, Bill writes some personalized apology letters to people he may have made inappropriate comments to, odds are good that he owes you an apology too. we discuss classic Nintendo, the new 50 shades trailer, we laugh, have fun, make fun of each other and discover what to do when a segment goes bad.
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