It’s become a distant memory by now, something that’s nearing twenty years old but which still sticks with me. I have never been the most confident of ‘performers’ when it comes to doing readings. I have said this in the past. I read very quickly and I’ll fumble around with words and the WORST is… Continue reading Performance Art
The Spooky Chris Podcast – Halloween 2022
In which I read a new Halloween story in honor of the season and holiday. Theme by Grimson
A Spooky Reading
Herein I am reading a summer '20 story I wrote for a Flint Horror Collective online storytelling event. The story is called TOUCH. If you dig it, check out my little online bookstore and pick something up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtNkZjBMeSA
Spooky Chris Podcast Episode 46 – TATTERED TENTS teaser
Spooky Chris Episode 44 – Little Sue and the Monster
Spooky Chris Episode 37 – Milk Man (story read)
In which I read my story Milk Man for your terror and amusement.
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Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Blackwood’s Guide to Dangerous Fairies – REVIEW
EEE! I love books like this. The strange tie in books you never hear about but which add a layer to another work, like a film. I had a similar experience with the Blair Witch books that came out. Books that created another layer of creep to an already scary story. Here we have… Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Blackwood’s Guide to Dangerous Fairies – REVIEW
Can I tell you how hard it is for me to do open mic events? Seriously. What makes it funny though is that I read a story at the World Horror Con in NYC in front of strangers, peers, and famous writer-folk and managed not to faint but I STILL get all discombobulated when I… Continue reading Open Psyche