TWISTED PULP RADIO HOUR

This is a show within a show. Usually the Intros are performed by actors (such as Lothar Tuppan and Geri Elliff) with the storyline that a mad scientist and a washed up News anchor are trapped up in a radio station in a post apocalyptic world, where they come across ghosts, demons, lost authors from…

John Wisniewski interviews Mark Slade

When did you begin writing, Mark? I was about 10 years old. It was after seeing the Twilight Zone for the first time. Any favorite authors? Ray Bradbury stands out as my fav. I’m also a huge Ross Macdonald, Ed Mcbain, Rod Serling, Robert E. Howard. Could you tell us about writing “Mr. Zero“, Mark?…

DUST TO DUST BY MARK SLADE

  Here’s a story for you. This was about eight or nine years ago, just when I first bought the building which has become my shop/office/place of residency. Francis and her friend Jan came in my shop by accident. There was a pale blue box sitting on the counter by an old book of Virginia…

Out Now! A Time For Violence: Stories with an Edge

  Throughout the years countless wordsmiths have produced their own story collections, but the book you are now holding is a love letter to the great anthologies of yesteryear, assembling stories by a variety of talents, packaged neatly and often connected by a singular theme. Grab it from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and loads of other joints!

Fiction: SHAFER WORK BY MARK SLADE

For some reason Peter Choaladi decided the Englishman would be a great partner for Barry London on this particular job. Obviously it was a secret joke between Pop and Choaladi. When he was telling London about the job, Choaladi and Pop would snicker. Could it be because my last name and the guy is British?…