That Horrible Woman S1E7

Hello everyone, nice to have you back again, and for anyone listening for the first time welcome! Tonight’s episode is the second in our celebration of Women in Horror Month. The featured author for this episode is Liz Kain. Liz writes horror, splatter punk and Southern Gothic fiction. She is a lover of all things dark, particularly horror and psychological thrillers . When she isn’t writing or parenting, she can be found hiding and eating corn chips with Wisconsin cheddar cheese. Her story this evening is titled Fried Chicken.

Thank you Liz, for the wonderful story. We’d love to hear more from you in the future!

To everyone listening a huge thank you! I look forward to presenting more horribly wonderful stories to you all



That Horrible Woman S1E6

It’s Women in Horror Month 8 and I’ll be sharing some of my favorite stories about women and written by female authors this month.  An ode to mystical mavens, fearsome females and wicked women all month long – oh the delicious horror of it all!

We begin with a story from Healwelt, “Head to Toe”; followed by a tale from Marla S, “The Mayor of Rat City”; next, Kim Mercury brings us “A Thankless Job”; and our final entry is by Dee Hill, “Rats”.

Celebrate WiHM here and everywhere you can. We are the artists, writers, filmmakers, workers, creators, makers, dreamers, doers.  We come in all shapes, sizes, shades and ages and we are everywhere. We adore horror and we love you, horror fans!

Thank you all so much for listening.  I appreciate your spending your time with me.




Kevin MacLeod –

Spinmeister featuring DJ Vadim –

Father Scrough featuring Anchor Mejans –

That Horrible Woman S1E5

Greetings dear ghouls, today I have a very special episode for you all – a bonus of sorts.  A single story by Hildred Rex titled “But the Cat Came Back”.  This comes from his collection –  The Chicken (or Three Weird Tales) which was included in the Audience Choice for the Best Books of 2016 – NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook. His bio from his author’s page, “Hildred Rex writes dark fiction.  He currently lives and works at an undisclosed location in the Greater Los Angeles area.”

This is ‘deliciously’ dark and humorous and a bit over an hour (I didn’t wish to break it into 2 episodes). Many thanks, Hildred!

Also, it’s Women in Horror Month 8 and we’ll be celebrating by featuring some frightening women authors and stories that feature women all month long (starting very soon)!

Thank you all for listening, I so appreciate you all!

As always, sweet screams,



Opening song for the story by Kevin MacLeod –