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Best Nicole J Georges podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Nicole J Georges podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
Misalliance, a 1910 play by George Bernard Shaw, is an ironic examination of the romantic entanglements of a varied group of people gathered at a wealthy man's country home on a summer weekend. Most of the romantic interest centers on the host's daughter, Hypatia Tarleton, a typical Shaw heroine who exemplifies his lifelong theory that in courtship, women are the relentless pursuers and men the apprehensively pursued. Hypatia is the daughter of newly-wealthy John Tarleton who made his fortun ...
 
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Today we joined some Sagittarian Matters MVPs together for a LIVE episode on Zoom! Michelle Tea & Beth Pickens answer your advice questions about cohabitating under quarantine, flirting, dating, avoiding burnout, how to handle your family and MORE. Producer Chris is here to say hi and tell us how life is doing under Covid, and Carolyn Pennypacker R…
 
Welcome to Episode 427 and part two of the 2019 Bram Stoker Award nominees. We gain a new perspective on a classic tale from a victim you probably thought you knew. Then, we hear from a woman convinced she’s spreading madness (if only people would believe her). Coming Up The 2019 Bram Stoker Awards update: 00:01:11 Gwendolyn Kiste’s The Eight Peopl…
 
Welcome to another flashback. This time we’re digging deep into our past – way back to February 2012. A chilling little tale about an unexpected connection between past and present, predator and prey. Coming Up Kim Newman’s Is There Anybody There as read by Kim Lakin-Smith (originally aired on Episode 5): 00:02:03 Pertinent Links Love what you hear…
 
On today’s episode not only do we have Fan Favorite & Resident Capricorn BETH PICKENS, but we also have the tale of the ORPHAN SQUIRREL. Beth Pickens talks to us about strategies for surviving quarantine, being of service, and staying mentally well during these tough times. You can get her wonderful book, “Your Art Will Save Your Life” NOW through …
 
Welcome to Episode 426 and part one of the 2019 Bram Stoker Award nominated stories. Tonight we’ll hear a tale about a life that’s saved by a dead man and one about the lasting power of memory between sisters. Coming Up Good evening: 00:01:06 Greg Chapman’s The Book of Last Words as read by JK Shepler: 00:04:06 Jess Landry’s Bury Me in Tar and Twin…
 
Time for another flashback, Children of the Night. This time we’re headed all the way back to April 27, 2012. This is for any of you who're feeling trapped inside, isolated or alone. Thanks to Associate Editor Julie Zelman for the recommendation! Coming Up Christopher Fowler’s The 11th Day as read by Kim Lakin-Smith (originally aired on Episode 16)…
 
Welcome to a special bonus episode where we sit down for a conversation with Horror Writers Association President, John Palisano. Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us on Patreon! Horror Writers Association The Bram Stoker Awards StokerCon 2020 John Palisano John Palisano @ Twitter John Palisano @ Facebook Original Score by Jared Robinson/…
 
Cameron Esposito is a Los Angeles-based comic, actor, and writer. Her new book Save Yourself is available for pre-order NOW and if you get the audiobook through Libro.fm you can choose your local bookstore to benefit from the sale. Cameron joined me via zoom to answer your advice questions, tell us about her childhood eyepatch, comedy, her book AND…
 
Welcome to Episode 425. We have one tale for you this evening about why you should be careful what you touch. Coming Up Welcome: 00:01:06 Matthew Nichols’ Toucher as read by Michelle Kane: 00:3:30 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us on Patreon! Michelle Kane @ Twitter Original Score by Jared Robinson/Nebulus Entertainment Nebulus @ Faceb…
 
Children of the Night, tonight we have a little extra something to help you pass the time. A rerun from October 25, 2013. Enjoy! Coming Up Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper as read by Nikolle Doolin (originally aired on Episode 94): 00:04:22 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us on Patreon! Original Score by Jared Robinson/Ne…
 
Welcome to Episode 424. We have two tales for you this evening, about getting lost in darkness and taking power back from a bully. Coming Up Welcome to Friday the 13th: 00:01:20 H.P. Lovecraft’s The Beast in the Cave as read by Christian Johnston: 00:10:07 Gwynne Garfinkle’s Man Size as read by Josie Babin: 00:28:11 Pertinent Links Love what you he…
 
Welcome to Episode 423. We have two tales for you: about the trials of babysitting, and an old Crusader who gets what he deserves. Coming Up Welcome: 00:01:06 Tracy Cross’s Don’t Go There as read by Andy Ochoa: 00:05:12 Robert A. Francis’s Hear No Evil as read by Seth Williams: 00:17:04 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us on Patreon! Tra…
 
Welcome to Episode 422. The Stoker Award finalists are out! For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a break-in that ends badly, and a man searching for his assailant. Coming Up Welcome & Bram Stoker Awards Nominees: 00:01:06 Rick Kennett’s Burnt as read by Matt Dovey: 00:04:42 [Trigger] Klaus Nannestad’s The Blackbird as read by JK Shepler: 0…
 
Welcome to Episode 421. This week we travel to Washington, DC for the true story that inspired one of the greatest horror films of all time. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about why it’s important to follow all of the steps and a woman who does what it takes to survive. Coming Up Welcome to Washington, DC: 00:01:06 Irene Cantizano Bescós’s…
 
Welcome to Episode 420. This week we travel to Alaska to learn why it’s one of the most dangerous places in the country. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about the challenges of being the man of the house, and why there’s always a price to be paid. Coming Up Housekeeping: 00:01:06 Welcome to Alaska: 00:03:34 Daniel Le Saint’s Le Tourbillonna…
 
Welcome to Episode 419. This week we travel to Washington to learn the dangers of alternative medicine. For fiction, we have one tale for you that questions whether a helping hand is always a friend, too. Coming Up Welcome to Washington: 00:01:06 Timothy Mudie’s Rat’s Alley as read by Matt Bradford: 00:16:07 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Supp…
 
Welcome to Episode 418. This week we travel to a desolate rock off the Oregon coast. For fiction, we have one tale for you about the age old question: what could possibly go wrong with an AI in deep space? Coming Up Welcome to Oregon: 00:02:18 Travis Heermann’s Void Song as read by Matt Dovey: 00:13:22 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us…
 
Welcome to Episode 417. This week we travel to Hawaii for a deadly parade of ancestors. For fiction, we have two tales for you: one that shows us even monsters grow up, and another that asks how much you’d give up for the memory of love. Coming Up Welcome to Hawaii: 00:01:37 [Trigger] Sydney Paige Guerrero’s Monstrous as read by Meridith McNeill: 0…
 
Welcome to Episode 416. This week we travel to Idaho (if it even exists) to meet the children of a local tribe. For fiction we have one tale for you about survival of the fittest. Coming Up Welcome to Idaho: 00:02:07 [Trigger] Seras Nikita’s Full as read by Amy Paonessa: 00:12:17 Trigger Warnings Full contains scenes of fat shaming/self hate. Perti…
 
Welcome to Episode 415. This week we travel to Montana for a close encounter with visitors from the sky. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a gift of the heart and a fresh perspective on being used. Coming Up Welcome to Montana: 00:01:06 Cooper Anderson’s A Bedtime Story as read by Dan Rabarts: 00:13:48 CC Smith’s Peripheral Work as read…
 
Welcome to Episode 414. This week we travel to North Dakota in search of what lurks beneath the remains of an old church. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about finding love on a bus and why learning to pick locks on YouTube might be a worse idea than you realize. Coming Up Welcome to North Dakota: 00:03:27 Janine Pipe’s Adam as read by Andr…
 
Welcome to Episode 413. This week take a brief look back at horror in the 2010s. For fiction, we have one tale for you about why you should never hurt a lamb. Coming Up Retrospective of horror in the 2010s: 00:01:06 Nicole J. LeBoeuf’s Lambing Season as read by Summer Brooks: 00:10:07 Pertinent Links Love what you hear? Support us on Patreon! Nicol…
 
Welcome to Episode 412 and Happy Holidays! We have two tales for you this evening: a Christmas classic about a trip through time and space, and an apprentice who learns the price of a master’s skill. Coming Up Happy Holiday: 00:01:06 E.F. Benson’s Between the Lights, as read by Seth Williams: 00:06:40 Jeff C. Carter’s Sturm und Drang, as read by Dr…
 
Today on the show, we are thrilled to have Dr. Ebony Flowers join us. Dr. Flowers is a cartoonist and ethnographer. She is the author of the book Hot Comb, a collection of "haunting short stories about the Black experience that go far beyond hair and beauty, into issues of race, class, gender, and family bonds". She also holds a PhD in Curriculum a…
 
Welcome to Episode 411. This week we travel to South Dakota to discover the dark roots behind one Reservation’s high suicide rate. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about an unusual job interview and the dangers of breaking rules. Coming Up [Trigger] Welcome to South Dakota: 00:01:48 Emma Johnson-Rivard’s Job Hunting as read by Kelly Andrew: …
 
Live from the Last Bookstore in LA, it's artist, illustrator and author LISA CONGDON!!!We interviewed Lisa about her new book, Finding Your Artistic Voice , and talked about time management, creativity, making a living as an artist, AND MORE. You can find Lisa's books, her store, and more at LisaCongdon.com. Produced live on the scene by Ponzini Li…
 
Welcome to Episode 410. This week we travel to Minnesota in search of a watcher from the attic. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about why you can’t escape the Red Death, and the ghosts of love and loss. Coming Up Welcome to Minnesota: 00:01:06 Edgar Allan Poe’s The Masque of the Red Death as read by T. F. Ahmad: 00:11:45 Lucas Pederson’s Un…
 
Welcome to Episode 409. This week we travel to Wisconsin to meet an infamous doctor of disfiguration. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a woman en route to an office party, and sins the sea can’t wash away. Coming Up Welcome to Wisconsin: 00:01:06 A. Elizabeth Herting’s Croutons & Handcuffs as read by Corinne Bachaud: 00:13:12 Christine…
 
Welcome to Episode 408. This week we're taking a break from our travels, but have a little housekeeping to do. For fiction, we have a double feature from author Brian Rappatta, about a bad day at work and a truly dysfunctional family. Coming Up Some Light Housekeeping: 00:01:40 [Trigger] Brian Rappatta’s The Plunge as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:05:…
 
Welcome to Episode 407. This week we travel to Michigan and venture deep into the woods to cross a little bridge with a deep, dark history. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a woman born for the hunt and the dangers of blasphemy. Coming Up Welcome to Michigan: 00:01:06 David A. F. Brown’s The Peculiar Tastes of Mr. Ellwood as read by Ch…
 
Today we are bookending our spooky series with a first-person tale of Astral Projection and manifestation from Esther Godoy. Esther also chatted with us about the recent issue of her magazine, Butch Is Not A Dirty Word. You can get the Mental Health issue of her magazine now at butchisnotadirtyword.com.…
 
Welcome to Episode 406. This week we travel to Indiana for a peek inside a modern day demonic possession. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about why you shouldn’t trust your shadow and a man’s search for his friend. Coming Up Welcome to Indiana: 00:02:13 Kev Harrison’s Afraid of My Own Shadow as read by Jason Stubbs: 00:15:52 Gertrude Ashert…
 
Welcome to Episode 405. It’s All Hallow’s Eve and we’re diving into a legend that’s a little too real for comfort. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about the destruction of paradise and why you shouldn’t assume you know the rules of Hell. Coming Up It’s Halloween: 00:01:06 Colin Hinckley’s Oltuza Arrives as read by Seth Williams: 00:10:16 [T…
 
Welcome to Episode 404. This week we travel to Ohio for lesson on student-teacher relations. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a deadly sense of righteousness, and the pain of insanity and guilt of failure. Coming Up Welcome to Ohio: 00:01:06 Mike Ramon’s Killer on the Road as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:08:38 [Trigger] Tabitha Lord’s Go…
 
We interviewed LAGUSTA YEARWOOD live at MooShoes in Los Angeles to celebrate the release of her new book, "Sweet + Salty: The Art of Vegan Chocolates, Truffles, Caramels, and More from Lagusta's Luscious." In honor of the spooky Halloween Holiday, we are talking about a horrifying subject: What really goes on at chocolate & sugar plantations, and h…
 
Welcome to Episode 403. This week we travel to Pennsylvania and come face to face with real-life burning hellfire. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a scientist's love letter and a real estate deal that’s too good to be true. Coming Up Welcome to Pennsylvania: 00:01:10 Mike Allen’s Drift from the Windrows as read by Jenn Lloyd: 00:11:55…
 
We are so lucky to have fellow Sagittarius YUMI SAKUGAWA join us today to discuss meditation, experimentation, capitalism, making friends, relaxing into your practice AND MORE. You can join Yumi for a webinar October 20th called HOW TO TRANSMUTE YOUR CREATIVE BLOCKS AND FEARS INTO POWER AND JOY here: https://www.crowdcast.io/yumisakugawa…
 
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