194. Adam Christopher (a.k.a. the Cosmic Terror): Hang Wire (2013)(An Interview)

17 Feb

Serial killers, cosmic horrors, and immortals, oh my!  Adam Christopher joins Paul and Shaun to discuss his new novel, Hang Wire.  We discuss the nature of horror in his work, gods and immortals, how real life is stranger than fiction, and so much more.

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Episode 194 — Download (MP3)

Hang Wire by Adam Christopher

Show Notes:

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