#64 – Lenore Hart

#64 Lenore Hart – Lenore Hart is the author of eight novels, and series editor of The Night Bazaar, grew up in a somewhat-haunted house in Central Florida. She also publishes as Elisabeth Graves. Her poems and short stories appear in a variety of magazines and journals.

She’s a Virginia Center for the Creative Arts fellow, an Irish Writers Union and Centre member, and faculty in the MFA program at Wilkes University, and at the Ossabaw Island Writers Retreat. She lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with her husband, novelist David Poyer, along with two entitled cats and a pair of perpetually-disgruntled peahens. More at www.lenorehart.com

Readings from THE NIGHT BAZAAR VENICE by me and story authors Aphrodite Anagnost The Cure” and David Poyer The Thousand Injuries of Fortunato. (part one podcast)

http://theadammessershow.com/64-lenore-hart-part-one

http://theadammessershow.com/64-lenore-hart-part-two

#62 – David Allen Voyles interview

#62 – David Allen Voyles – Some of the tales in David Allen Voyles’ collections of original horror stories, The Thirteenth Day of Christmas and Tales from the Hearse were those he told while conducting tours for his ghost tour company, Dark Ride Tours in Asheville, NC. Playing the role of gravedigger/storyteller Virgil Nightshade, Voyles entertained guests as they were transported to various spooky sites in a 1972 Cadillac hearse converted for that purpose. Podcast Link: http://theadammessershow.com/62-david-allen-voyles

Having taught literature for thirty years, Voyles is no stranger to weird tales and horror fiction in general. His love for authors such as Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Shirley Jackson, and Neil Gaiman as well as a lifetime obsession with Halloween ensured that it was just a matter of time before he tried his hand at publishing his own tales of terror.In addition to publishing his stories in print, he is also the creator of the horror podcast, Dark Corners, a bi-weekly broadcast of original horror stories.

Podcast: gestalt-media.com/darkcorners

Tales from the Hearse: https://www.gestalt-media.com/product-page/tales-from-the-hearse-paperback (Kindle version available on Amazon)

#63- Brianna R. Jordan & Domonique Green interview

#63- Brianna R. Jordan & Domonique Green – Cast Interviews Monstrum and When Androids Dream cast members Brianna R. Jordan and Domonique Green.

http://theadammessershow.com/63-brianna-r-jordan-domonique-green

Brianna R. Jordan is an American actress and dancer. She is also the proprietor of BRJ Productions. Since the age of five Brianna has participated in the performing fine arts, and has been placing a primary focus on acting, dancing, and choreographing. https://cutt.ly/cdxcVmq

Domonique Green is a Texas native that has always dreamed of being an actress since the tender age of 8 years old. However, she didn’t actually start her career until the age of 13 and since then, she has done several student and feature films, one webseries, and has also written, directed, and starred in three of her own short films that have been selected to be in many film festivals while going through the circuit. https://cutt.ly/udxcbZ9

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11193480/

Author David Allen Voyles interview

Author David Allen Voyles

Author David Allen Voyles joins The Adam Messer Show live on Sunday Aug 2nd from 4p-5p on WRUU 107.5 FM Savannah Wruu.org Can’t listen live? Catch the podcast later on http://www.theadammessershow.com

Some of the tales in David Allen Voyles’ collections of original horror stories, The Thirteenth Day of Christmas and Tales from the Hearse were those he told while conducting tours for his ghost tour company, Dark Ride Tours in Asheville, NC. Playing the role of gravedigger/storyteller Virgil Nightshade, Voyles entertained guests as they were transported to various spooky sites in a 1972 Cadillac hearse converted for that purpose.

Having taught literature for thirty years, Voyles is no stranger to weird tales and horror fiction in general. His love for authors such as Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Shirley Jackson, and Neil Gaiman as well as a lifetime obsession with Halloween ensured that it was just a matter of time before he tried his hand at publishing his own tales of terror.In addition to publishing his stories in print, he is also the creator of the horror podcast, Dark Corners, a bi-weekly broadcast of original horror stories.

Podcast: gestalt-media.com/darkcorners

Tales from the Hearse: https://www.gestalt-media.com/product-page/tales-from-the-hearse-paperback (Kindle version available on Amazon)

#61 – Tony Ray Morris interview

#61 – Tony Ray Morris – Tony Ray Morris is a poet and the author of the new mystery book Deep River Blues.  Listen to the podcast here: https://adammesser.libsyn.com/61-tony-ray-morris

http://www.tonymorris.org/

https://www.ossabawwritersretreat.org/

When the body of a young girl washes up on the shores of the French Broad River, Cord McRae, newly elected sheriff of Acre County, Tennessee, suspects her death might be connected to the Glad Earth Farm, a commune just outside the small town of Falston. Guru/leader Levon Gladson and a group of a hundred and twenty-five followers have moved into an old farm that butts up to the Smokies, and Cord suspects they may be growing something more profitable than sorghum cane up in the hills.

The mystery’s complicated by Cord’s investigation into a second recent murder, of an Afghan vet; the growing power of a local “hillbilly” mafia operated by the wily Thorn Reevers; and Cord’s own marriage, which is teetering on the edge of divorce over past violence and his on-again, off-again love affair with liquor. With echoes of WINTER’S BONE and the novels of James Lee Burke, DEEP RIVER BLUES will be a worthwhile addition to the regional crime thriller genre.

https://amzn.to/3hWaSLx

New Podcast Alert! #60 – Michelle Cornwell-Jordan & Bruce Latimer

#60 – Michelle Cornwell-Jordan & Bruce Latimer part two- When Androids Dream web-drama creator Michelle Cornwell-Jordan and cinematographer Bruce Latimer joined The Adam Messer Show talking about the new series.

http://theadammessershow.com/60-michelle-cornwell-jordan-bruce-latimer-part-one

http://theadammessershow.com/60-michelle-cornwell-jordan-bruce-latimer-part-two

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/whenandroidsdream?fbclid=IwAR2UlWag6-JeuYx1u6A6xNxpGrnf3EKD-cFwUP1sYDNnJgIQMHSeNxq1meA

When Androids Dream

I am very excited to talk with Michelle Cornwell-Jordan and Bruce Latimer today on The Adam Messer Show.
When Androids Dream is the newest 4CW Media Productions video release and it is a great indie sci-fi show.
The show is live today from 3p-5p EST (2p-4p CST) on WRUU 107.5 FM Savannah and the podcast will be available later on http://www.theadammessershow.com

Available on Vimeo

New podcast alert! #59 – Michele Tracy Berger

#59 – Michele Tracy Berger – Michele Tracy Berger is a professor, a creative writer, and a pug-lover.

https://adammesser.libsyn.com/59-michele-tracy-berger-part-one https://adammesser.libsyn.com/59-michele-tracy-berger-part-two

Her short fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction has appeared, or is forthcoming in 100word story, Glint, FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction, Flying South, Oracle: Fine Arts Review, Carolina Woman, Ms., The Feminist Wire, Blood and Bourbon, and various anthologies.

Her science fiction novella, “Reenu-You” was recently published by Falstaff Books. Much of her work explores psychological horror, especially through issues of race and gender.
Come visit her at her blog ‘The Practice of Creativity’https://micheleberger.wordpress.com/

Michele Tracy Berger interview on The Adam Messer Show

Join us live Sunday July 19, 2020 with guest Michele Tracy Berger on The Adam Messer Show from 3p – 5p EST on 107.5 FM Savannah ( wruu.org ) Can’t listen live? Catch the podcast later on savannahmuses.com

Michele Tracy Berger is a professor, a creative writer, and a pug-lover.

Her short fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction has appeared, or is forthcoming in 100word story, Glint, FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction, Flying South, Oracle: Fine Arts Review, Carolina Woman, Ms., The Feminist Wire, Blood and Bourbon, and various anthologies.

Her science fiction novella, “Reenu-You” was recently published by Falstaff Books. Much of her work explores psychological horror, especially through issues of race and gender.
Come visit her at her blog ‘The Practice of Creativity’https://micheleberger.wordpress.com/