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14 May 2024

Spoken Word: Episode 43: Katya de Becerra & Melanie Schubert: Castle of Horror Anthology Volume 11: Revenge

James WF Roberts, Joy Media, Joy94.9, Literature, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Podcasting, Sexuality, Spoken Word

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Spoken Word: Episode 43: Katya de Becerra &  Melanie Schubert: Castle of Horror Anthology Volume 11: Revenge

On this episode James is joined by returning guest, Katya de Becerra (Author and Editor) and newcomer Melanie Schubert as they discuss a brand new horror anthology, Castle of Horror Anthology Volume 11: Revenge.

Published by Castle Bridge Media.

https://www.castlebridgemedia.com/

 

Castle of Horror Anthology Vol. 11: Revenge

How do you like your REVENGE?

Haunted? Heroic? Delivered by an invisible hand, a pirate– or perhaps a clown?

In REVENGE, the Castle of Horror opens a new wing, one dedicated to those who seek justice.

Enter the world of a female ghostly pirate’s life in Die Ravanche by Leanna Renee Hieber. Claire Low’s I Hope the Night is Quiet is a deeply unsettling tale of disappearances in a town that revolves around pork. I’ll Never Understand Ghosts by Dotti Enderle is a Christmas tale of gifts and hauntings. Jeremiah Dylan Cook’s The Monster in the Mine asks where the edges of trust lie when it comes to hauntings. Hard Sell by Will McDermott shows us a curiously demonic curio shop. A woman’s revenge takes on a cyberspace edge in Unauthorized Access by Sara Martinez. Scott Pearson’s First Impression explores the world of a dangerous assassin and a woman who joins him one night. Rob Nisbet gives us a pitch-perfect pastiche of HG Wells in Return of the Invisible Man. Serena Jayne shows us a conniving world of VR vacations in Future Perfect. A group of women plot their escape from the machinations of a wealthy narcissist in To Die Like a Pharaoh by Katya de Becerra. Carmen Gray’s The Suicide Tree looks at the plight of an immigrant worker and a talented woman who comes to her aid. Michael Joseph Tharnish Roby gives us a grisly faerie tale of multiple revenges in Small Retributions. Charles R. Rutledge returns to the world of his immortal hero Kharm in The Terrors of the Grave. Severed Cape by Melanie Schubert gives us a dark variant on Wonder Woman. Heath W. Shelby’s The Clowning goes whole-hog into small-town-American circus horror. Bryan Young contemplates the morality of taking the law into one’s own hands in Justified. Alethea Kontis brings us a tale of a brilliant woman getting even at her high school reunion in Pocket Full of Posey. And Another Day by Liz Holliday brings the Groundhog Day effect to a harrowing moment in a woman’s life.

Welcome back to the Castle of Horror! Be sure and come again.

Katya de Becerra was born in Russia, studied in California, lived in Peru, and then stayed in Australia long enough to become a local. She was going to be an Egyptologist when she grew up, but instead she earned a PhD in Anthropology. She is the critically acclaimed, Aurealis and Shadows nominated author of horror-thrillers When Ghosts Call Us HomeWhat The Woods KeepOasis, and the forthcoming They Watch From Below.
Katya de Becerra’s website: www.katyadebecerra.com
Melanie Schubert is a Croatian Australian who writes about badass anxious characters who do it scared. She is a host and a creator of the writing podcast: Of the Publishing Persuasion, together with her wildly talented and hilarious co-host Angela Montoya. Her short horror story, SEVERED CAPE, is out now in the Amazon bestselling Horror Anthology from Castle Bridge Media: Castle of Horror Volume 11: REVENGE. She was a Pitch Wars 2020 Mentee and has written multiple musical productions for the New Zealand performing arts company Gobsmacked for large scale stage productions.

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