One Piece Episode 435
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One Piece Episode 435
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Welcome to This Is Horror, a podcast for readers, writers and creators. I'm Michael David Wilson and every episode alongside my co host, Bob Pastorella. We chat with masters of horror, about writing, life lessons, creativity, and much more. Now, today's guest is Keith Rosson. He is the author of many books including road seven, Smoke city, the mercy of the tide, and forthcoming from Random House fever house. And this is a fantastic conversation. It is a two parter. So this is the first part. And in this one, we talked a little bit about those early beginnings for Keith, we talk about creating punk zines, we talk about the first stories he read, we talk about being legally blind and how that impacts his life and art. And we talk about a lot lot more. So before any of that, a little bit of an advert break.
it was, you know, it was for a call like he put a call out. And it like splatter punk is like, the thing about my stuff is I still hold on to this lofty notion that I'm a literary author. But I grew up on X Men and GI Joe and Stephen King, and I just cannot write something without putting like a ghost or a robot or a werewolf. For some shit into it, and so, but when he put out this call for like splatter punk, which is like a graphic, gory genre that's kind of outside my wheelhouse. I was just like, well, I don't know if I could do this. But then it just it, it popped right out, like really easily. And got in there. And it's a really cool book. And it's nice to see a lot of authors writing these pieces of like fascists getting theirs, you know, right. So it's very cool.
Yeah. And I mean, I didn't get Lee talking about being a literary or for that grew up on Stephen King that does tie quite nicely into this idea of there being a binary, but actually, it's a lot fuzzier than that, because I mean, Stephen King writes a number of literary pieces, I would argue, I mean, he also edited the Best American Short Stories, previously, which is, I would say, the finest yearly anthology of short stories, and it is absolutely literary. And I think when people say There's literature here, and then genre, that's wrong, because they a piece can be both look at Craig Clevenger. Look at Nathan Berlin grid. Look at Stephen Graham Jones. I'm not going to keep listening to you for longer, it's gonna be a very boring podcast, countless examples.
No, I totally agree. And part of that is like, it's all like, class shit for me, you know, like, it's all insecurity. It's all based on like, I don't, you know, I'm like a college dropout. Don't have a degree certainly don't have an MFA. It's all classes insecurity, you know, so this whole, like comparison and contrast of like, well, this person is a real writer, or this is a literary author, and literary is more honorable or realistic, or, like, you know, better than genre fiction or, you know, whatever. That's all insecurity. For me coming from me, you know, and in my you know, not like, it's not like, I'm haunted by the shit or whatever. But it's like, it takes me a minute to be like, oh, yeah, that's just insecurity, you know So yeah, absolutely. Stephen King is absolutely has written a number of literary pieces is and the whole like genre or literary and lending credence to one, or authenticity to one and not the other is a total load.
Yeah, yeah. Thank you so much for listening to part one had a conversation with key for us and join us again next time for the second and final part. But if you would like to get that ahead of the crowd, if you'd like to get every episode ahead of the crowd, then become a patron on patreon.com forward slash, This Is Horror. Not only do you get early bird access to each and every episode, but you get to submit questions to each and every guest we have on the show. And coming up soon, we're going to be talking to Brandon Boone. He is perhaps best known for his composing for the no sleep podcast. But he has worked on a number of other podcasts including Scarlet hollow, or white vault and the hidden frequencies. He's also created some amazing music that I heartily recommend for listening to while you're writing including nightfall. So if you go to Apple Music or Spotify or wherever you get your music, search for Brandon Boone, that's b o n e. Listen to some of these amazing electronic pieces and hey, maybe up your game while you're writing. But in addition to Brandon, we're also going to be talking to Jason Pagon. Also known as his alias David Wong, he wrote John Dies at the End amongst many other hilarious and brilliant stories. So if you want to submit questions to them, as well as every single guest, become our patron on patreon.com forward slash death is Hara. Okay, before I wrap up, a little bit of an advert break.
Now also a little reminder that the public nominations currently open for the This Is Horror award. So head over to the website to get all the information on that. And then send in your suggestions to awards at this is horror.co.uk. Now I'd like to finish this episode with a little thought. And it is something that I have said before, but I think it bears repeating. Remember that we've writing or indeed any other pursuit, we often underestimate what it is we can do in the long term. We overestimate what we can do in the short term. It is a marathon. It is not a sprint. So keep going. Do what you can and be kind to yourself. I'll see you in the next episode for part two with Keith Rosson, but until then, take care yourselves be good to one another read horror show keep on writing and have a great, great day.
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