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Open Call for Short Stories – TALES FROM THE CRUST: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PIZZA HORROR

We know we have a tendency to say, “Attention writers! Some new hotness!” but this is literally some new burn-the-roof-of-your-mouth hotness. Inspired mostly by David James Keaton’s struggle to find good pizza in California and pitching ideas to Max Booth when he’s hungry after working a 12-hour shift at the […]

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Creepazoids, Jonathan Franzen Porn, and Murderous Pseudonyms: Stephen King’s THE DARK HALF

On today’s episode of Castle Rock Radio, we’re discussing 1989’s The Dark Half with John C. Foster (author of the recently released Night Roads). Is Thad Beaumont just a Jonathan Franzen stand-in? What would a Beaumont/Stark buddy comedy be like? Has Stephen King actually ever lived in Maine? All of that and […]

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Meet the Four Men Who Won’t Stay Dead in John C. Foster’s NIGHT ROADS

Last week we released John C. Foster’s Night Roads, the second volume of his Libros de Inferno trilogy. The first volume, Dead Men, was published in 2015 to much critical acclaim, receiving a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Night Roads follows the events of Dead Men with a strong spotlight on Hoodoo Girl, who is easiest the […]

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Delete Your Fat Wife and Asshole Son in the New Castle Rock Radio

Guess what! Today we’re talking about yet another Stephen King story about a frustrated writer who has a very, very fat wife. That’s right, baby! It’s “Word Processor of the Gods” time! This story was originally published in the January 1983 issue of Playboy under the title “The Word Processor” then collected […]

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Imagine a Marriage Between Clive Barker and Quentin Tarantino: NIGHT ROADS is Now Available!

Now available, the much anticipated sequel to John C. Foster’s debut novel, Dead Men: NIGHT ROADS!  * “Great powers comin’ your way and you need to be prepared,” Godmamma said, voice a papery whisper. “The harpies of the north manipulated a holy man into a great working but it’s all fallin’ […]

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Q&A Halloween Special with Lori Michelle and Max Booth III

Happy Halloween, everybody! To celebrate, we took a break from our regular program and answered a bunch of listener questions. Enjoy our extra-spooky edition of Castle Rock Radio. In this episode we’re solving pretty much all of life’s problems. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or click this here link. And, if […]

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The Losers’ Club: All Grown Up!

We (finally) conclude our IT podcast with the grownups section of the novel. How is Mike keeping tabs on everybody? Would Stan kill himself if he’d only received a Facebook message? Are bicycles magic??? All of that and more in today’s episode. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or by […]

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Celebrate Halloween With A New DARK MOON DIGEST!

In the 7th anniversary issue of Dark Moon Digest: a married couple take in a stray cat with surreal consequences; a man with a dark past finds the love of his life; the population’s id takes on a personality of its own; a popular horror writer has a one-night stand […]

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Watch Joe Hill and Paul Tremblay Talk About Writing and Third-Favorite Ice Creams

Recently Joe Hill sat down to sign copies of his new novella collection, Strange Weather, and answer fan questions read by Paul Tremblay, author of Disappearance at Devil’s Rock. Initially a live stream, you can still view the video in LiveSigning’s archives. They discuss many very important topics, such as the myth of […]

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Take a Trip Back to Derry, Maine in Our Latest Episode of CASTLE ROCK RADIO

Part 1 of 2 of our discussion on Stephen King’s IT focuses on the 1957-1958 timeline. Hope y’all are ready to float: “19 – IT: The Losers’ Club”. Welcome to Derry, Maine. It’s a small city, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own hometown. Only in Derry the haunting is real. […]

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