To the devil, a podcast!

I’m pleased to be able to spill this particular plate of beans. Or is that a tin? And have I had too much coffee today? The answer to both of those questions is: possibly.

Anyway, starting tonight, Dark Fiction Magazine is podcasting my steampunk horror novella, The Devil in Chains! The story is in five 30-minute episodes, read by the wonderful Emma Newman. Emma first approached me with the idea of doing an audiobook of The Devil in Chains last year, being someone who enjoyed the story. She’s a pro voiceover artist, and her narration of my story is the bees knees.

The Devil in Chains was first published in Pantechnicon in two parts in 2008 and 2009 – there is more info about that here, as well as some blurbage. Producing the podcast version with Emma was a blast, and I can’t thank her enough for the superb work she put in. Emma is a writer herself, and her first novel 20 Years Later is due to drop from Dystopia Press later this year. She’s also on Twitter, and I recommend you follow her at once.

Blue Monday? Getouttatown.