Miss Stacey Longo’s “People Person” on Scary Scribes? Do not fear…listen here!
If you missed Episode 1 of Scary Scribes, my new podcast on Paranormal, Eh? Radio which featured a reading of Stacey Longo’s “People Person,” followed by a chat with the writer and the story behind the story, never fear! It’s here.
You can listen here (Note: 15-30 second delay before audio begins):
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Reminiscent of Shirley Jackson’s “The Summer People,” humorist-turned-horror writer Stacey Longo’s “People Person” just might make you think twice your summer paradise.
Stacey’s short horror fiction has appeared in several scary anthologies, among them Malicious Deviance and Daily Bits of Flesh. She’s best known, though, for her zombie fiction—like “Wedding Day Blues,” in which a bride refuses to let her groom’s newly-dead status ruin her big day. Her zombie stories have been featured in the anthologies Zombidays: Festivities of the Flesheaters, Rapid Decomposition, and Hell Hath No Fury.
Check out Stacey and her work at http://www.staceylongo.com/
Posted on January 30, 2012, in Scary Scribes and tagged Ghost Stories, horror podcasts, New England Horror Writers, Paranormal Eh? Radio, Scary Scribes, Stacey Longo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.