Tag: Stephen King

Audio: Consumption Ep. 03

Episode 3 of SFM Presents: Consumption was recorded LIVE on Google Hangout, Wednesday, August 14th.

Our guest this week was the incomparable Mur Lafferty, author of the recent novel, The Shambling Guide to New York City.

Show Notes:

2:30 – Elysium
8:45 – Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
14:30 – The Wolverine
16:00 – White Trash Zombie Apocalypse –  Diana Rowland
18:50 – Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs – Molly Harper
19:12 – The Failed Cities – Matt Wallace
20:30 – Nos4a2: A Novel – Joe Hill
22:30 – 20th Century Ghosts – Joe Hill
23:45 – The Lost Room
24:15 – 11/22/63 – Stephen King
27:22 – The Shambling Guide to New York City – Mur Lafferty
42:20 – The Wool Omnibus – Hugh Howey
48:00 – Indie Game: The Movie
1:01:00 – Civilization V
1:04:25 – SPOILER CHAT – I WARNED YOU! – Elysium

Hosts:

P.G. Holyfield (author of Murder at Avedon Hill and SFM Founder)
Christiana Ellis (too many podcasts to list here, but you can check out all things Christiana at her site).
Chooch (Beyond the Wall Podcast Co-Host)
Vivid Muse (Vivid Musings Blog) 

Contact:

If you want to be part of this or future shows (questions for the guest, topics for us to discuss, general trolling):

Email us at consumption at specficmedia dot com
Leave a voicemail at (704-981-1SFM)
Post a message here before the show, or on the YouTube page during the show!

TuacaCon 2011 – Phil Rossi

Phil Rossi photographPhil Rossi — writer, musician, and embracer of new media — has a passion for story-telling matched only by the pleasure he derives from keeping his fans awake at night.

Crescent, Rossi’s debut novel, was originally released as a podcast in 2007 and has since lured thousands of listeners into a dark, twisted world of nightmares and things that go bump in the night. Crescent was released in print in 2009 and Phil’s next book, Eden, will be hitting bookshelves in late 2011.

Phil Rossi’s writing has been paralleled to Stephen King, Philip K. Dick, and HP Lovecraft. He has a flair for vivid and often chilling imagery that lends itself to engrossing narratives and an undertone of inescapable, creeping dread.

Phil is a professional musician in the Washington DC metropolitan area and is the front man for Ditched by Kate. He lives outside of Washington, DC in Virginia with his wife, daughters, and menagerie of rescued animals. He believes the need for sleep is a myth.

Phil will be providing an author reading for TuacaCon, as well as music videos of the band, Ditched by Kate.