In this episode of Burial Plot, we are joined by P.L McMillan and Solomon Forse with HOWLs, aka the Horror-Obsessed Writing and Literature Society.
P.L. McMillan writes of all things murderous, macabre, and monstrous. She has been described as one of the next great cosmic horror writers. In addition to her dark compositions, PL is an accomplished artist working with cross-stitch, digital art, oil painting, and resin art. Her latest piece Sanitize can be found in Cosmic Horror Monthly Issue 8.
Solomon Forse is the founder of HOWLs who also teaches English during the day and reads, watches, and writes horror at all other times. You might find him role-playing horror with tabletop RPGs like Call of Cthulhu or shredding horror on the guitar in his Lovecraft-themed black metal band Crafteon.
Solomon shares with us the birth of HOWLs and gives an overview of this wonderful and diverse community of horror creators and fans. P.L. discusses the Society's growth and the many facets and areas of participation for members and how we can join in the mayhem.
Solomon and P.L. talk about HOWLs anthology Howls From Hell: A Horror Anthology which released on May 18 in paperback, ebook, and audiobook on Amazon and most other major booksellers.
We are thrilled that they each shared from their pieces that appear in the anthology.
P.L. reads an excerpt from “Manufactured God” and Solomon reads an excerpt from “Gooseberry Bramble”.
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Howls From Hell: A Horror Anthology
Joy Yehle https://www.joyyehle.com/
Brenda Tolian https://brendatolian.com/
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