This week on Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, host Armand Rosamilia coughs through yet another interview as he tries (and fails) to battle a sore throat and cough.
But you also get author Israel Finn, so it’s almost a wash. The guy is a joy to chat with as you shall hear.
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Sexual assault allegations against author G Arthur Brown have left the Bizarro genre in turmoil. Brian and Dave sort through the facts and discuss the case, as well as examining its impact on the future of the community, and why the Bizarro genre finds itself so divided. Plus, Wrath James White’s German book signing tour, Jeff Strand’s new book deal, promotions for Mike Lombardo and Mary SanGiovanni, the trailer for season two of STRANGER THINGS, and how Sarah Pinborough’s newest pinnacle of success affects her old friends Brian and Christopher Golden.
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Welcome to Volume 2 chapter 39 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror & heavy metal properties with common connection. Your host, author and journalist Token Tom Clark is joined by our panel of metal & horror experts at Project Entertainment Network as we kick off both Women in Horror Month and Black History Month. Maxx Axe and Azriel Mordecai are missing Smoking Walt Hades this week, but that’s OK. We found a fill in for him in one author Lori Titus. Lori’s latest novel, Blood Relations, came out this week, and we talk with her about breaking cultural boundaries and glass ceilings in both horror and music. Of course we’ve got all our standard segments. Tom tells you if M. Night Shaymalan’s SPLIT is worth your time, Az goes all Nekrogoblicon on us, and Maxx Axe & Revelation 13 bring us this week in Metal Horror history.
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This week’s podcast focuses on thriller author Owen Laukkanen, whose highly anticipated new novel THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS goes on sale March 14th. Join Liars Jon McGoran, Greg Frost, Merry Jones, Kelly Simmons and Keith Strunk as they ask Owen about juggling two book series, his writing routines, and yes, his dog. Recorded December 2016.
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Host John Urbancik explores the concept of Inspiration, and how it differs from ideas and motivation. Featuring three readings, and the evolution of a novella.
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Pitching to publishers. Nerve-wracking. Vomit-inducing. Something every author who wants to work for a publisher might need to do at some point.
The Mando Method co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda give their own thoughts on the pitching process as well as offer unsolicited advice on what authors should do if they’re about to pitch a book to a publisher.
Then, Erin Al-Mehairi and her Marketing Morsels segment offers hidden highlights from her elopement with her Yeti boyfriend, who couldn’t secure a visa in time to move to snowy Ohio and live happily ever after. Or maybe there is none of this segment this week.
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Often bandied about as one of the most compelling investigations into the reality of spirit communication, the Scole Experiment was actually a five-year-long series of around 500 Spiritualist seances attended by mediums, researchers, and scientists in various fields. The list of witnessed phenomena seems impressive: disembodied spirit voices, moving lights, spinning and tilting tables, and the appearance of bizarre images and writing on unexposed film kept in a locked box. But how solid is the evidence gathered by the Scole experimenters really? On this episode, Tom and Jenny give an overview of the project and examine some of the problems with methodology that cast doubt on the conclusions drawn by the experimenters.
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Jim goes back to school on this episode of “Monster Attack,” as he examines the 1958 Jack Arnold cult classic, “Monster on the Campus,” starring Arthur Franz, Joanna Moore, Trot Donahue and Whit Bissell.
A professor at a small college discovers a secret to prehistoric regression, but things get complicated as the bodies pile up. Join us on campus for this episode of “Monster Attack.”
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Episode 1 is Jay Wilburn explaining what brought him to Project Entertainment Network with a show on the subject of faith and what his goals are for the show going forward.
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This week on Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast, author and editor-in-chief of Broken River Books, Mr. J. David Osborne! He is one of the most laid back, cool guests I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing. If you want to know what it sounds like to be with the coolest dude in the room, then just hit play and listen in to this weeks adventure, Zongers!
Thanks as always for listening and supporting Bizzong! on the Project Entertainment Network!
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Welcome to Season 2 Episode 34 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast the super kicks pro wrestling in the Reigns. Token Tom Clark and company have complete coverage of the fall out from Roman Reigns coming in at 30 in the Rumble. We’re also reviewing the WWE Royal Rumble this week, peeps & perps. Plus Steve Mesa has the news and a bit of ass kicking going on in the PWFU WWE2K league. We’ve also got his new segment, WORKER MATCH & SHOW OF THE MONTH. The Viking, Brian Burton, has his preview of Xcite’s next TV taping, as well as the Indy Power Rankings. We’ve got plenty of Curtain Jerkers Players shenanigans for you this week, too, as we get their reactions to Roman Reigns’ Rumble entry, Matt Gold debuts his new song in homage to Roman, and Iris doesn’t go to the subway and she doesn’t interview somebody about that fuck money.
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Yep, another episode where Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia’s wife, Shelly, takes the reins and steers the podcast back into the safe waters of decency and listen-ability.
The couple chat about The Horror Show with Brian Keene’s 100th episode live telethon event they were part of as well as Armand’s upcoming releases for 2017 and a few other random tidbits. Not only do you get all that, you also get the bonus of hearing Armand cough every few minutes. Podcast bonus!
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