Announcing a New Podcast Dedicated to Horror News

Here’s something cool I intend on starting sometime in the future: a DAILY podcast about what’s new in the horror genre (with a strong focus on indie writers/artists/filmmakers). Each episode will fall between 10 and 20 minutes and be released EVERY MORNING. The perfect length for driving to work, washing the dishes, or soaking in a hot bath (haha do people still take baths?).

Does that sound like something you’d be interested in? Nice! I’ll begin producing this show as soon as we reach our new stretch goal over on good ol’ Patreon. Once we hit $400 a month (we’re currently at $213), the show will happen. I can’t do this podcast until we start making a bit more on Patreon due to how much bandwidth this would cost over time. Plus, you know, something like this will be very time-consuming. But yeah. I think it would be cool. Tentative title: Spooky Time with Max Booth.

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Note: at $300 a month, we’ll turn our Stephen King podcast, Castle Rock Radio, into a weekly broadcast rather than a bi-weekly one. So hey. Cool things are ahead.


Max Booth III is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine and the Managing Editor of Dark Moon Digest. He co-hosts the podcast Castle Rock Radio with his partner, Lori Michelle, and writes online for LitReactor and Gamut. He’s written some novels, too. Follow him on Twitter @GiveMeYourTeeth.