Such a Nightmare host Katherine A. Troyer chats with Mike Thorn about the relationship between writing fiction and writing criticism, real-life fears, and much more.
Toronto Arts Report: Mike Thorn, The Voice of Canadian Horror, Talks Dark Subject Matter and Curiosity
Mike Thorn Interviewed on Cursed Morsels
Eric Raglin talks to Mike Thorn about the horrors of academia, formative metalhead experiences, and addiction in horror fiction. In the second half of the episode, they have a spoiler-filled discussion of “A New Kind of Drug” from Thorn’s collection Darkest Hours (Raglin provides a warning in advance, and the rest of the episode is spoiler-free).
Mike Thorn Interviewed on Ali’s Book Binge
“I discuss the new horror release Darkest Hours with the author. Mike Thorn is also author of Shelter for the Damned. Many people have recently been discussing his books on booktube. The attention and praise is well deserved.”
Tomorrow! LIVE Darkest Hours: Expanded Edition Release Interview on Jason’s Weird Reads
Kathryn Owen Reviews Darkest Hours on Final Women: Horror from a Woman’s Perspective
“Many of the stories in this collection concern the topics of academia (with academics being alternately portrayed as buffoonish or somewhat sinister) and drinking/drunkenness; the two are most amusingly combined in the clever ‘Speaking of Ghosts.'”
Darkest Hours on Books in the Freezer Episode 21: Canadian Horror
Darkest Hours is one of the books covered in Books in the Freezer Episode 21: Canadian Horror. Listen now!