Pseudonyms? Nah. Not unless I turn to writing erotica. And, if I did, I wouldn’t be announcing it here, because such things make my ears blush.
But it was a question posed on The Write Podcast, so I jumped at the chance for a little self-promotion and the opportunity to gab about anything writing.
You can catch the show here:
And if there is ever a Soundcloudpocalypse, here’s an archived copy:
I’m just one guest in a host of other Atlantic Canadian talent who give their opinions about pen names. And they are great people, so you should give them a listen. Spoiler: one person already is using one, but Mary Walsh (yes, THAT Mary Walsh) is not.
The Starving is a great book. It’s a horror western with a Lovecraftian flavour and the brainchild of fellow Atlantic Canadian writer Jon Dobbins. So for all of those reasons, I’m a fan.
Dobbins has many. Some of them are amazing writers themselves. Engen Books’ The Write Project podcast was kind enough to invite me to join them to discuss The Starving on the show.
For posterity (and out of sheer narcissism), I’m archiving the podcasts the show’s host, Matthew Ledrew, dares to put me on, so if there are any issues with the link, you can also listen here:
If you listen, feel free to use my segment to frighten insects out of your house or curdle paint. I’m told my voice can do that. The other writers are amazing Atlantic Canadian talent who are the rising wave of the kind of creative talent this part of the world is becoming known for.
And if the old west is one of your favourite places to experience existential terror, get your copy of The Starving and support an up and coming writer by clicking on the image below.
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